Dancers at Studio2Stage dance studio impressed the crowds this week with their end of year concert.
The concert was held at St Philip’s Christian College, Waratah, and involved over 130 local students.
Performing students were aged from two to thirty-five years old.
Studio2Stage have been in Medowie 32 years and were the first studio established in Medowie.
They have taught over 1500 local children over that time, and certainly showed their passion for dance and commitment to the studio at their final concert.
The concert had a packed audience and the audience gave rave reviews about the professionalism and high quality of the concert.
Tina Gardiner from Studio2Stage told News Of The Area, “Parents and family gave wonderful reviews about the high standard of technique and showmanship from all students.”
“I am so extremely proud of my beautiful ‘dance family’, how well mannered, helpful and respectful all of the students were both at the studio and backstage.”
“It has been an absolutely amazing year filled with such energy and enthusiasm,” she said.
The studio re-entered the Eisteddfod competition world with a bang this year, by competing at the Lakeside Dance Challenge and winning 17 major awards.
The studio will be competing in many more in 2017 as well as attending numerous workshops and public performances.
The studio will reopen for 2017 at the end of January with classical ballet, contemporary, jazz, hip hop, tap, stretch and strengthen classes, cheerflex and adult classes on offer.
By Rachael VAUGHAN