Eleanor began her Ballet training with Jeanette du Fray in Surrey, and completed her vocational training at the Royal Academy of Dance, London, under the instruction of June Mitchell. After receiving a dance/academic scholarship to Hurst Lodge School in Ascot aged 11, Eleanor completed a Higher National Diploma and BA (Hons) Music at Surrey through The Academy of Contemporary Music.

Before teaching, Eleanor worked as a professional vocalist with a residency singing in Mayfair. She has also been lucky enough to explore dramatic performance through many platforms including:

Film
The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus (as Lily Cole’s body double/stand in)
Inkheart
Bourne Ultimatum
Batman – The Dark Knight
National Treasure – Book of Secrets
Robin Hood
A Long Way Down
Get Him To The Greek
Inception
The Other Man
 
Advertisements
Compare The Market
Heinz
Sky
Head & Shoulders
Marks & Spencer Christmas Commercial
Vodafone
 
Television
Come Fly With Me
Sense and Sensibility
Love Soup
Made in Chelsea
Rev
White Heat
Above Suspicion
Echo Beach
Plus One
Secret Diary of a Call Girl
The Hour
Holby City
New Tricks
Spooks
 
Music Videos
The Goodbooks – ‘The Illness’
Pixie Lott – ‘Broken Arrow’
KT Tunstall – ‘Made of Glass’

As a post graduate researcher, Eleanor furthered her Drama educational practices with a PgCert Drama Education at Middlesex University, and was among the first students in the world to complete the Diploma in Dance Teaching Studies at The Royal Academy of Dance.

Eleanor has been teaching the graded and vocational Ballet syllabi of the Royal Academy of Dance for the past 11 years, and teaches Ballet and LAMDA Drama in some of the UK’s most prestigious schools in Surrey and Hampshire, achieving a 100% pass rate with all Ballet and Drama candidates.

I have an immense passion for teaching, and feel privileged to have such an enriching career. Through my teaching, I strive to make the studio a fully inclusive, inspirational environment in which students can develop and have their talents nurtured. Continued professional development is critical in the evolving world of performing arts education. I recognise and embrace the importance of reflecting upon current teaching strategies and adapting to the needs of students, and I am a great advocate of Dance and Drama in a child development capacity.
Mrs. Eleanor M. Bowyer BA (Hons), HND (Dist.), RAD DDTS, PgCert Ed. (Drama), RAD RTS

Eleanor holds enhanced DBS clearance and is a Registered Teacher of the Royal Academy of Dance.

EBA Performing Arts is very fortunate to employ a hugely talented staff with a wealth of professional experience, all of whom are fully qualified and hold enhanced DBS clearance.