Bridging course offered for potential dancers

2016-11-10 06:00
Former Bridging Programme students Jason Fredericks and Annie Hendricks. PHOTO: Oscar O’Ryan

Former Bridging Programme students Jason Fredericks and Annie Hendricks. PHOTO: Oscar O’Ryan

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Dance for All (DFA) is calling on youth between the ages of 18 and 21 years old to join its 12 month bridging programme.

The bridging programme, established in 1991 aims to equip dance learners who would like to pursue a career in dance with much needed skills that bridge the gap between being a dance student and becoming a professional dancer.

The course will give the students a firm footing and experience to continue studying in the field of professional dancing, choreographing, dance teaching, costume design and sound and lighting, all of which often forms part of the performing arts studies.

A total of 23 students have, are currently studying at Jazzart Dance Theatre.

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