Blue Ocean Waves Centre is based in Wembley, London which offers services like Music, Dance, Drama and Art for all abilities. We consider every person to be unique and gifted and we aim to bring out the best in every person. We teach people with and without disabilities and cater to all ages. At our centre, we want all our students to learn with love.
We conduct classes in:
Western Classical/Rock, and
Music Theory and Composition.
Drama and Musical Theatre.
Come and witness the good teaching from our experienced teachers who work with passion and intense dedication.
Maria Antonia Jolene Dias, Director of BOWC highlights how her charity is bridging the inclusivity gap in the arts. “We cater to children, youth, adults, and senior citizens – we don’t leave anybody out. Everybody is talented and creative. Normally, we say that the able community can do so many things. However, we reach out to the community that is neglected, or that doesn’t get enough opportunities in society. So, we believe that when I say “every drop counts” it means every talent of every person, based on whether they are disabled or not, is important to us. And we need to accept them just as they www.*** ;
Jolene explains the importance of providing equal access to people of all abilities, “Inclusivity is very important because everyone needs to feel loved and accepted. For example, I am a person in a wheelchair – if I’m treated differently from any other person, definitely, I will feel low about myself. I will develop low self-esteem which I believe also happens with other children with similar disabilities. Therefore, we need to be accepted by mainstream society, just as how we are and not judged, based on any of the disabilities we have. It’s important to mention that there are various types of disabilities – it’s not only people in wheelchairs who are www.*** ;
Inclusivity is a priority for BOWC throughout the organisation as they have recently been registered under the ‘Disability Confident Committed’ employer scheme opening up job opportunities for disabled people.
Children who are students at BOWC are inspired to pursue the arts full-time. To fulfil these goals, Jolene aims to have her students sit exams and open an examination centre for those with disabilities or long-term illnesses. Also, once permissible, BOWC plans to hold annual concerts and art exhibitions so that people with disabilities will get an opportunity to showcase their www.*** , Music Theory, Composition (music), Music Production, Dance, Drama, Musical Theatre, Art, Yoga, Vocal Training, Violin, Viola, Guitar, Keyboard, Piano, Oboe, Saxophone, Flute, Drum, Bongo, Xylophone, Trumpet, French, Horn, Bugle, Trombone, Acting, Theatre Acting, Indian Dance, Bollywood Dancing, Ballroom Dance, Latin Dance, Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Drawing, Painting , and Paper Crafts lessons in Wembley, UK.