Dance Australia

Emma Antrobus

I BEGAN dancing at the age of three and I always knew that I wanted to dance professionally. I began my full time training at The Conlan College in Sydney at the age of 13, where I trained for three years. They then helped me to find my next home at the Hochschule fur Musik and Theatre in Munich in Germany. I

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