Dance Australia

IT’S GOOD TO BELONG

THE array of syllabus organisations and dance societies in Australia is so extensive that it can be hard for the uninitiated to know exactly what’s what! Some organisations support just one form of dance, such as Tapatak Oz (tap dance) or Australian Conservatoire of Ballet, while others, such as Comdance, Australian Teachers of Dance (ATOD) and Australian Dance Institute (ADi), to name just a few, cover a range of different genres, from ballet to contemporary as well as hip hop, jazz,

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