On the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of November Ms Reeve from Cape Town came to examine our girls. She was a very friendly examiner and the dancers all enjoyed their exams.
Here are some of the photos from the first day.
Today Desmare, Mikayla, Carli and Berdine danced at a tea to raise funds for the Protea Childcare Centre.
Well Done Girls! You did us proud.
Yesterday we had our specially requested exam session at St Joseph’s in their lovely new hall. Dawn de Wit was our examiner.
Well done to the following girls who did their RAD ballet exams.
De-ane Erasmus, Elandri Venter, Sarah Langford, Katelyn Papenfus, Davina Naidoo, Bea-ne Schoeman, Cassidy Kwong See, Taylor Wilson, and Lisa van Staden.
Update: Well done to all of you for doing so well and to De-ane and Taylor who both got Distinctions.
Well done to Carrie and the girls from Jeffreys Bay, as well as her Humansdorp and Patensie Studios for wowing the crowds this past weekend at the Lentefees at the Nico Malan High School.
Here is a couple of photo’s of them in action.
Well done to all our novices who danced today. Here are some of the first dancers on the stage this year.
The second day was even busier, so, unfortunately, we didn’t get everybody.
Wednesday the Thursday was just a busy, so didn’t get everyone.
Here is a list of all the gold awards. Well done! We know the judges, Karen Jooste and Sean Bovim didn’t give out golds easily this year, so if you were lucky enough to get one your performance was extra special.
Taylor Wilson G+
Ashleigh Maling Nel x2
Zanri Black x 3
Elizma Ferreira x 2
On Women’s Day, some of our senior ballerina’s decided to get together for a photo shoot. Many thanks to Craig Fouche @fooshphotography for providing us with these stunning photographs. I am sure you will agree that Chantelle, Angelique and Shaugneen look stunning.
This year five girls represented Dance Dynamics at Dans in Jou Taal.
I am sure you will agree these roses looked gorgeous.
Well done Girls! You did really well, and you were the youngest group entered this year.
From left to right are:
Anri de Beer
Marie Louise Strydom
Ashleigh Maling Nel
On the 16th of June 2018, some of our dancers took part in A Touch Of Dance.
It was a concert put on by the various studio’s in Port Elizabeth to raise funds for the Friendly City Dance Festival which will be launching this year.
Our dancers enjoyed performing at both the afternoon and evening shows, and a great experience was had by all.
Thank you to all the dancers who took part. Your time and effort was much appreciated.
Thank you, parents, for all the transporting, and also to the girls in Bagheera who had to come out especially from Jeffreys Bay.
Ballet Exams are done and dusted. A rather cold day in Port Elizabeth, so we couldn’t do any of our photographs outside.
Rene Callis came to examine our girls today and thanks to all involved, the day ran smoothly.