12:00PM, Sunday 06 November 2016
During half-term budding dancers were given the opportunity to experience life as an A-troupe dancer, working and performing in a real life dance studio.
Throughout the two-day Dance Intensive workshop at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, wannabe dancers were shown how to warm up, collaborate with others on choreographic tasks, learn routines and create choreography.
Marketing assistant Charlotte Hardick said: “Over the two days we had 14 students produce three dance routines which culminated in a performance to an audience of family and friends.”
The course was delivered by professional dancer and choreographer Charlie Dixon, of 4Motion Dance Theatre company, returning after her successful Easter workshop.
Charlie also curated Small World, Big Book, an evening of dance from emerging choreographic artists at Norden Farm earlier this year.
Charlotte added: “The final performance was really lovely, the parents were all very impressed. We’ll definitely be running another workshop in the future.”
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