Rebecca Sloan-Kirton 

Miss Rebecca teaches Ballet, Contemporary, Tap, Conditioning, Private Lessons and Choreographs for shows.

Rebecca was extensively trained in RAD and Cecchetti Methods initially and then at WAAPA she furthered her training in Kniaseff, Bournonville, Paris Opera and Royal Ballet School ballet methods compiled by teachers Lucette Aldous and Alan Alder as well as being taught by Mark Annear, Brian Hewett and Ronald Ashton in ballet amongst other wonderful teachers in various genres of dance. She has extensive knowledge of kinesiology through her training and has herself danced ballet professionally and acted in various BBC TV shows as well as adverts after which she gained a BSc (Hons) Psychology from Middlesex University, Diploma in Life Skills Coaching and MA Professional Practise in Dance Technique Pedagogy. Rebecca continues to keep updated with her training through The Royal Ballet School CPD courses.

Ballet Credits - Romeo and Juliet, Pas de Quatre, Les Patiners, Raymonda, Prince Igor, Petrushka, Swan Lake, excerpts from Sleeping Beauty, Bayadare

Acting Credits - Casualty, House of Elliot, Dangerfield, Chucklevision, Top Gear, Daizel and Pascoe, Preston and more…

Pantomime - Jack and the Beanstalk

Various commercials including P &O Cruises


Ali Clerici

RAD, Adult Ballet and Tap and Open Ballet Teacher

Miss Ali Trained at the Royal Ballet School and Elmhurst. Training with Patricia Linton, Marion Tait and Shirley Graham. She was lucky enough to be cast as ‘Princess Phillipa of Hainault’ in David Bintley’s premiere production and season of Edward II, performing with the Birmingham Royal Ballet at The Birmingham Hippodrome and on tour in Plymouth, gaining insight into the professional world of dance and professional practice.

She also performed in the reopening of the Royal Opera House with The Royal Ballet (1999). Performed in The Royal Ballet schools Nutcracker staged by Sir Peter Wright for two consecutive years (1999 – 2000). Performing in the Farewell Gala for Sir Anthony Dowell at The Royal Opera House, London. Miss Ali gained a Distinction in the professional dancers teaching Diploma RAD, 2010 and a BSc (Hons) Degree in Psychology accredited by the British Psychological Society from the University of Sheffield.


Orin Vallely
Orin teaches our singing groups.
Orin graduated from London college of music in 2011 and is currently undertaking his MA in Voice Pedagogy. 
Orin is a West Midlands based vocal coach who specialises in optimising voice efficiency and health for performers with rigorous touring schedules as well as regularly visiting multiple UK based training institutes as a guest practitioner, working on both voice and stage technique with students in pursuit of a career or further education in the performing arts industry. 
 Previous and existing clients include performers from SIX - The Musical, Thriller Live, Lazy Town UK Tour, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Hollyoaks, X factor, Bourne Leisure, Disney World and many more. Orin regularly works with both singers and actors/presenters to help them maintain a consistently healthy voice that will hold up with even the busiest performance schedule. 
Having worked as a full-time touring production lead vocalist for almost 10 years, sometimes performing as much as 17 nights in a row, Orin has a great understanding of what a busy voice user needs in their “tool-bag” when performing night after night. 
We are so thrilled to have Orin join our teaching family and very excited for our students to have the opportunity to work with him. 


Alice Langford

Miss Alice teaches tap, jazz and ballet.

Miss Alice started ballet at the age of 7 and loved it. At 12 she had the honor to be chosen to perform with the English Youth Ballet in a production of Swan Lake which was the pinnacle moment she realised she wanted to have a career in dance. Miss Alice trained and graduated with a BA Honours Degree from Ballet Theatre UK where she had extensive training in Ballet and Contemporary, alongside many other genres. Whilst in her 3rd year of training she had the opportunity to tour with Ballet Theatre UK Company in their production of Sleeping Beauty.

We are so happy to have Miss Alice working with us, she is a very nurturing conscientious teacher who is wonderful with all ages. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Ballet Malvern.



Miss Chloe teaches Contemporary and Musical Theatre

Miss Chloe was a late comer to Dance at the age of 13 but fell in love and caught the Contemporary dance bug pretty quickly! After studying dance at GCSE & A Level she went onto study for her Dance Performance Degree at Middlesex University, London. There Chloe honed in her knowledge and technique in Graham, Humphrey, Release and Cunningham contemporary based techniques. After returning home to Gloucestershire Chloe has been teaching for us here at Ballet Malvern. She is a diverse and natural teacher who loves getting stuck into any choreography or creative task. 

Chloe has recently completed her Level 4 in Sports Massage, so has fantastic knowledge of anatomy and taping of muscles.



Miss Roese teaches ballet

Miss Roese trained at the Northern Ballet School training in ballet, contemporary, tap and jazz.

Following an injury she found a love of teaching which she does alongside her young family.

Miss Roese is such a valued member of our teacher family, she is a wonderful teacher with great empathy allowing the students to reach the very best they can be.


All our teachers have fully enhanced DBS checks.

We are GDPR compliant and are trained in First Aid and Safe Guarding Practises

Ballet Malvern are members of OneDanceUK, CDMT, RAD, NATD and PBT