The Starz Performing Arts student Tara Bajan has been offered countless dance opportunities in the early stages of her career. She’s been labelled a Diva Dance Photography ambassador, participating in couture photoshoots for founder Leah Hoffman.
“Leah is a really great photographer, we all have a lot of fun during the shoots!” Tara smiled.
“It is always special to have Tara in the studio, she comes in with new crazy moves she wants photographed!” Leah Hoffman said.
Tara attends classes around the clock in all styles of dance including acrobatics, contemporary, lyrical, jazz, ballet and more. Her favourite part of dancing is the artistry component.
“I love that dance allows me to express myself. You can empower others and yourself through the art of dance, which is so exciting,” said Tara.
Tara’s dancing talent has been recognised at various championships in Australia. She recently scored a place in the Top 10 for ‘The Dancer of the Year’ category at Showcase Dance Championships. At the same competition, she was titled 2018 Teen League of Champions winner. Early this year, she won Overall Teen Champion at Follow Your Dreams Competition.
With possibly more frequent flyer points than a pop-star, Tara has been blessed with such extensive travel opportunities. Tara has been a devoted assistant for Radar Technique’s director Rebecca Davies, jetting off to countries like United States of America, England, Europe and Canada.
Tara will assist Rebecca Davies in Japan this month, as well as fly to Norway, Sweden, and England to assist at Radar workshops in April. The world-renowned coach is also a permanent teacher with Starz Performing Arts where Tara attends.
“Working alongside Rebecca has been amazing, she is such a lovely person and she really pushes us to reach our goals and be the best version of ourselves,” Tara told Dance Writer.
Tara’s name has become quite popular in many parts of the world that she now has a social media following of more than 35,000. Tara said it is important to remain humble when you have so many people following your journey, especially since she is an ambassador and a dance assistant at such a young age.
“You have to be humble; it is something I learnt as a child and I don’t take for granted,” Tara said.