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“When dancers just do steps, it’s too perfect. I want dancers to show who they are as individuals, to get a little dirty. It’s about taking risks to find out who you are.” – Mia Michaels.
Melbourne’s Transit Dance is now offering exclusive production internships to those savvy students looking to develop entrepreneurial skills in dance management, after trialling the program last year with great success.
Classical ballet dancer Sophie Hufer, 12, from Melbourne’s renowned competition studio The Dream Academy has been named the newest announced ambassador for Dance Writer Australia.
Melbourne’s Transit Dance has launched an all-male initiative to help encourage young men to choose dance as their career path.
Forget apples, safe dance practice will keep the doctor away!
Social media is arguably altering the perception of what is achievable in dance. Young dancers are copying movements from Instagram and performing them without regard to harm or hazard. According to a Melbourne based dance instructor and qualified doctor Lisa Ellis, dancers can still be as flexible as they possibly can be by following a safe dance procedure.