The excitement is building for the annual Sydney Eisteddfod DANCE OF CHAMPIONS on Sunday September 15!
The Sydney Eisteddfod Dance of Champions features this year’s most outstanding dance troupes from across all genres and age groups performing in a spectacular “battle of the best” format with fun, energetic and talented dancers displaying their talents all under one roof.
Here we introduce you to 3 of our 18 talented and amazing finalists!
North Bridge Dance Studios
Modern Expressive/Lyrical Dance Group (12/u)
Northbridge Dance Studios has been supporting and nurturing dancers for over 25 years. With a strong technical foundation, and an emphasis on individuals goals and aspirations, they continue to maintain a sense of community spirit in all their students.
QUeenwood Senior Girls COmpany
Secondary School Classical/Contemporary/Modern Expressive/Lyrical Dance Group (Yrs 7 to 9)
Queenwood Senior Dance Company B (Yr 7-9) worked intensively on this theme and dance created by Raw Energy Dance Education’s Shelley Moore around the concept of broken friendships. Movements of extension and retraction resonate with the dancers as they navigate their own friendships at school.
National COllege of Dance
Jazz Dance Group (14/u)
National College of Dance are pleased to be returning to the Dance of Champions again for 2019. As one of the Australia’s leading classical and contemporary registered training centres, it is known for developing versatile dancers in all genres.