Australian Dance Champions to Perform at Wagga Wagga in October
Like previous years, the event will be welcoming approximately 300 local and interstate competitors of all ages and abilities. There will be solo and group competition sections in various types of dancing styles like Ballroom, Jazz, Hip Hop, Ballet, Latin and many more. The dance competitions will start at 9:30 in the morning and go on till 8 in the evening.
The highlight of the event will be performances by top Australian Dancesport couple, Monique Savill and her partner Crawford Hill. Monique was born and brought up at Wagga Wagga. She has won numerous dance competitions at State and National levels. She is the reigning Australian New Vogue dance champion. Monique and Crawford will be performing at approximately 7 o clock.
The inspiration and guiding force behind Riverina Dance Challenge is Mina Savill. Mina is one of the most accomplished and respected dance teachers of the region, and is based in Wagga Wagga. She has taught dance to generations of pupils at her dance studio for more than 3 decades. Her students have made her proud by their achievements at State, National and International dance events.
Riverina Dance Challenge 2018 is open to everyone to come and participate. Others are welcome to watch all events, finals and presentations.
For registering to participate, please contact Mina Savill on 0428 288 086 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For spectators, tickets will available at the door (with pass outs) so you can enjoy the day according to your own convenience.
There will be a canteen at the event for refreshments.
Riverina Dance Challenge 2018
6th October 2018
9:30am - 8:00pm
Mater Dei Primary School Hall, 63 Gregadoo Rd, Wagga Wagga
The ancient practice of yoga could provide a sustainable exercise alternative...
The impact of drought and bushfires swiftly followed by the Coronaviru...
Sydney Film Festival has joined 20 major film festivals from around th...
The Australian Government has launched the new voluntary coronavirus app,...
The fate of Virgin Australia may be in the hands of administrators, bu...