This coming weekend will be the 36th Annual Dance Concert for Robyn Yvette’s Dance and Talent Centre.
The current dance studio is located in the heart of Salamander Bay and has been providing excellence in dance tuition in a fun and happy learning environment for 36 years.
The dance centre is well known for winning an extensive amount of awards at statewide eisteddfods, its overseas tours and its spectacular annual revues.
Students are able to study Classical Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern/Contemporary, Musical Theatre and variety groups.
Tuition is available for students from the age of 3 to 23 years of age.
Starting with only 20 students, the dance and talent centre now sees 200 students taught by five highly experienced teachers.
“When I started the school 36 years ago, never in my wildest dreams did I think that it would end up where it is today,” Robyn Yvette told Bay News Of The Area.
“From the very first concert in 1980 to this weekend at the 36th concert, my favourite part is and will always be watching each child light up when they hit the stage and witnessing how far they have come throughout the year,” Ms Yvette said.
“The concert really has become more of a production and as I watched the rehearsal I was blown away by the amazing talent of these local kids and I feel so blessed to have been able to nurture that talent and guide them on their dance journey.”
Enrolment dates for next year will be announced in the near future.
Bay News Of The Area can announce some exciting news just hot off the press to its readers.
Robyn Yvette’s Dance and Talent Centre will have the first custom-built dance facility in the Bay with the opening of the new building early next year.
The location of the new facility will be announced at this year’s review concert, this coming weekend.
This annual review concert will be held at the Hunter Theatre, Cameron St, Broadmeadow with tickets still available for Friday Night’s review beginning at 7pm.
Saturday Matinee 1pm and Saturday night’s review are sold out.
You can call 0412477239 for tickets.
By Jewell DRURY