Australian Dance Vision April workshop
Australian Dance Vision will hold a three-day workshop for dance teachers and students, at the Ecole Ballet & Dance Theatre in Lindfield (Sydney) from 11 to 13 April 2017.
The workshop will provide three days of training and development in dance and personal development. Australian Dance Vision (ADV) is an Australian dance syllabus developer and provider.
The line-up for the workshop will include:
- Julia Barry – classical ballet technical tutor. Julia has taught all levels of dance for the past 38 years and is a graduate of the Royal Ballet School Teachers' Training Diploma Course and holds a Royal Academy of Dance Advanced Teaching Diploma.
- Morgan Junor-Larwood − ADV’s technical tap tutor. Morgan performed the role of ‘Slap’ in the 2013 Australian Anniversary tour of David Atkin’s Hot Shoe Shuffle and has some new and interesting tap combinations.
- Penny Lancaster, Curriculum Director and Founding Director of ADV will talk about Australian Dance Institute’s Certificate I – IV in Dance and how students from the age of 12 can achieve a qualification in dance that is recognised by the Australian government and education system.
- Emma Franklin Bell, motivational speaker and ex dancer will give her insights and coaching tips for teachers in their dance school promotion.
“As well as our outstanding technical program, and techniques and tips for promotion, we have incorporated content for the wellbeing of students and teachers to address the ongoing pressures they face to achieve high standards,” says Penny Lancaster. She was an early adopter of holistic training for dance students and teachers and has been a prominent advocate for dance education complementing their technical training. “ADV developed a syllabus that is above and beyond technique only,” she continues. “Through our syllabus, students learn how to dance with technical excellence and gain an understanding and appreciation of dance history, nutrition, anatomy and body awareness and the knowledge of career options and the ability to be a critical thinker."
For further information on the workshop and and make a booking contact Emma Williamson: Tel: (02) 94494212 E: firstname.lastname@example.org