• Jack Ward

Dynamic dancers will bring their emotions to the stage for annual recital

Updated: Mar 29

Local dance school Dynamic Dance Ararat will perform it’s 11th annual dance recital this weekend, based around emotions portrayed through the numbers via music and the dancer’s technique.

Concert Director Charlotte Hamilton said countless hours of work behind the scenes has gone into this year’s recital which will begin tonight at 6:30pm, continuing tomorrow with a matinee at 1pm and another evening show at 6:30pm.

PHOTO: Tani Jakins

“Everybody’s really dedicated. The concert is a really exciting time for the students, they really love the performances,” Hamilton said.

“Audiences can expect to be entertained – we’ve got all age levels, three-year-olds to adults. The senior students this year are looking really great.”

“It’s so important to gets kids up and moving, it gets kids into a safe place.”

“Maybe they don’t have a great time at school and then the studios is a really safe place that they can come, they can be themselves and their always encouraged to try their best.”

PHOTO: Tani Jakins

Hamilton said there’s a whole range of emotions intertwined with each dance, shown through expression, the dance steps and concert pieces that tell a story.

“We have a huge team of parent helpers this year which is really, really great. There’s a whole variety of dance styles so there’s something for everyone – there’s a variety of music as well,” she said.

Tickets to the recital at the Ararat Town Hall can be purchased HERE, with a limited amount still available.

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