Deciding where to send your child to dance for 2019? This issue has 36 fantastic dance schools from around the country in our Part-Time Schools guide to help make this decision easier for you. These schools all have highly qualified teachers, and offer exams and courses by a range of different syllabi and organisations. With so many dance schools out there, it is SO important to be sending your dancer to a school that is able to offer them correct and safe training, to avoid short and long term injuries as they grow! As well as the Part-Time schools guide, you’ll also find articles on what to look for when picking the ‘right’ school for your dancer.
We LOVE filling the pages of dancetrain with loads of images of dancers from all over the country, and this issue is definitely no exception! Make sure you check out the image spreads with pics from the Moulin Rouge Sydney Auditions, CSTD’s 85thAnniversary Celebration, The Northern College of the Arts &Technology’s Performance night, The Premier State Ballet Youth Company in Cinderella, Sydney City Youth Ballet in Together Live 18 and the NSW Public Schools State Dance Festival 2018 production, Transform.
We also have 7 pages of images of the 40 super talented competitors from the AICDNSW Junior awards. These dancers are from: Beverley Rowles School of Dance, Joanne Grace School of Dance, The McDonald College, Central School of Dance, Sydney Dance Art, Classical Ballet 121, The Dance Establishment, Alegria Dance Studios, Premiere Studios, Dance World Wollongong, Newcastle Ballet Theatre, The Conlan College, Northern Ballet Studios, Glenbrook Ballet Theatre, Tanya Pearson Academy, Ballet Art Katoomba, Rogerson Dance Studios, National College of Dance, Linda Shaw Dance Centre, Vocational Ballet College NSW, Tania’s Strictly Dancing and Glen Iris School of Dance.