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IF there was one word Amy Hollingsworth might use to describe her plans, it would be “ambitious”. Or, given two: “incredibly ambitious”.

Appointed as the new artistic director of Expressions earlier this year, Hollingsworth is bursting with ideas. She describes her plans with a laser intensity combined with a similar articulation that used to mark her technique as a dancer – nuanced, subtle, an ability to smoothly callibrate the separate parts.

Hollingsworth’s career has touched on dance from a multitude of angles – dancing, choreographing, directing, coaching and mentoring in a range of genre – classical ballet, contemporary, commercial dance and film.

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