Nine students from Turning Point Dance will be travelling to Wellington, New Zealand to compete in the world renowned and prestigious Alana Haines Australasian Awards in April.
Ranging from 11 years to 15 years of age, these dedicated students are busy preparing classical variations and contemporary solos at our Thebarton studios to perform at the awards and all students will need to be in tip top condition for a presentation of an onstage classical class for their division.
The Alana Haines Awards boasts an internationally acclaimed jury, with winners competing for training scholarships, travel grants and $460,000 in prizes. Successful entrants are also eligible for entry into some of the worlds most esteemed International competitions including the Youth America Grand Prix Finals in New York, April 2020 and Asian Grand PrixFinalsin Hong Kong, August 2019.
Chelsea Cooke (pictured) will be accompanied by eight of her peers, her teacher and principal of Turning Point, Michelle Hofmann along with several parent chaperones and is thrilled to be spending her Easter holidays dancing in beautiful Wellington.
For more information on our trip to the Alana Haines Australiasian Awards, or to speak with any of our entrants, please contact our principal Michelle Hofmann on 0413 113 950 or email email@example.com