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1 March | 31 March 2022
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AMPA PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE
The Academy of Music and Performing Arts is inviting dancers 16 and above to join their Bachelor of Dance students for a week of dance over the month of March.
Take classes in ballet, contemporary, jazz and/or hiphop and train under the guidance of AMPA's exceptional faculty.
This is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in learning more about studying dance full-time in a tertiary environment.
Email your EOI to AMPA Dance, including your name, age, short dance bio and contact information as well as the class you’d like to join.
INFORMATION & REGISTRATION:email@example.com or call 02 8318 7748
4/85 O'Riordan St, Alexandria, NSW
"The Academy of Music And Performing Arts is one of Australia's leading tertiary providers of music, dance and performing arts education."
8:30am contemporary (beg-int)
8:30am ballet (int-adv)
10:15am ballet (beg-int)
10:15am contemporary (int-adv)
8:30am jazz (int-adv)
10:15am jazz (beg-int)
8:30am hip hop
10:15am ballet (int-adv)
12pm ballet (beg-int)
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