Beyond Dance Festival is calling all dance families to come down to Phillip Island and support the creative art of dance in student choreography
! From 10am on 27th January 2018, performers will have the opportunity to perform their self-devised pieces, watch talented dance displays and singing acts, plus indulge in exclusive photographic packages! Adjudicators will award prizes to the lucky winners of their age group for outstanding creativity, innovation, and execution of the piece performed. Venue entry donations (starting at $10) will all be donated to the non-for-profit organisation beyondblue
Beyond Dance Festival is…
“Dance Competition & Student Choreography Challenge, a fun holiday fundraiser event welcoming amateur dance students aged 8 – 18yrs and pre-professional student teachers to present their OWN CHOREOGRAPHY in jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, contemporary, classical, song, improvisation plus special feature sections. See updates on our Facebook page: BEYOND DANCE proudly supporting beyondblue.”
To book your spot visit here.
Cowes Cultural Centre
91-97 Thompson Ave
Cowes, Phillip Island, Victoria 3922
27th January 2018
For questions about entry, please contact Deb Campbell (event organiser) on 0409 232 981.
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