Right moves shown to students

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DANCE students in Mindarie learnt about chore­og­ra­phy from pro­fes­sional dancers ahead of Frank En­stein per­for­mances in Perth ear­lier this month.

Co3 Aus­tralia com­pany dancers held a dance ed­u­ca­tion work­shop as part of its Co:Ed­u­ca­tion com­mu­nity en­gage­ment pro­gram at Mindarie Se­nior Col­lege (MSC) on March 28.

MSC dance teacher Pamela Konijn said the work­shops in­spired and as­sisted years 11 and 12 ATAR dance students (17 students) un­der­stand chore­o­graphic choices be­fore see­ing Co3’s Frank En­stein pro­duc­tion.

“Op­por­tu­ni­ties to work with WA’s flag­ship con­tem­po­rary dance com­pany and ex­po­sure to pro­fes­sional dancers is part of MSC’s vi­sion to in­spire students to cre­ate their own arts prac­tice,” Mrs Konijn said.

“Students are given op­por­tu­ni­ties to see live pro­fes­sional per­for­mances and work with dance spe­cial­ists in many dif­fer­ent gen­res as part of their stud­ies.”


Co3 dancers Mitchell Harvey and Zoe Woz­niak (right) show­ing some moves to the students.

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