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Kingaroy dancers ready for 2018

GET MOVING: Kingaroy Dance Academy dancers.
GET MOVING: Kingaroy Dance Academy dancers. Contributed

CHILDREN of the South Burnett can learn to pirouette, point and tap their feet at Kingaroy Dance Academy this year.

Kingaroy Dance Academy owner, Kirsten Canniford has been dancing all her life and wants to share with the next generation of children the art and joy of dance.

"At Kingaroy Dance Academy, we welcome children to join our dance family where all students are cared for and encouraged to explore and enjoy the art of dance, whether it is just for fun, fitness or to take dance to a professional level,” Ms Canniford said.

"We offer a high standard of teaching to rural children in a fun and safe environment.”

KDA offers a wide variety of genres including classical ballet, jazz, tap, twinkle toes, acrobatics, hip hop, lyrical and contemporary as well as offering new genres this year, including cheerleading, musical theatre and stretch and strength.

Kingaroy Dance Academy dancers just returned back from an overseas dance trip in the USA. They performed perform at Disneyland, Universal Studios and on the Hollywood Boulevard, as well as participating in workshops at the Abby Lee dance company.

"As a teacher the workshop classes were brilliant as it keeps me thinking of new ideas and teaching strategies to bring to the children of the South Burnett,” Ms Canniford said.

Kingaroy Dance Academy will hold their sign-on day on Tuesday, January 23 from 4pm - 6pm at the KDA studio, 2 Gooyong St Kingaroy.

For more information visit kingaroydance academy.com.

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