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GRADUATE seasons are such a great opportunity to see emerging dance talent and they also give a wonderful insight into the priorities, pedagogies and approaches of the institution that is showcasing its training. It has been my good fortune to be invited to review the New Zealand School of Dance twice, where alongside its exemplary training, there is a consistent sense of careful pastoral care of students.

This year’s graduate season, at the school’s own venue of Te Whaea, the National Dance and Drama Centre in

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