Matariki for Tamariki – Youth Winter School // Bruce Mason Centre & Māngere Arts Centre

8 Jul 2019 to 20 Jul 2019
Mon 8 July - Sat 13 July // Mon 15 - Sat 20 July
The New Zealand Dance Company is offering two 2019 Youth Winter School affiliated with is premiere season of 'Matariki for Tamariki'.
Event type: 
Dance, Show, Workshop/Seminar
Venue: 
Bruce Mason Centre // Māngere Arts Centre
Address: 
The Promenade, Takapuna // Corner Bader Drive & Orly Ave, Māngere
Region: 
Auckland

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Matariki for Tamariki - Ngā Tamariki o Ngā Mata Ariki // Affiliated Youth Winter Schools

Experience a week of exceptional dance training taught by NZDC professional dancers at our 2019 Youth Winter School in one of two locations. This intensive will challenge technical and creative potential through daily classes in contemporary, choreography and repertoire as well as provide the amazing opportunity for students to perform alongside NZDC Company members in the premiere season of Matariki for Tamariki by Sean MacDonald. 

Ages: students 12+ years
Time: 9am – 4pm (with later or differing times on performance days)

 

Bruce Mason Centre
in partnership with Auckland Live

The Promenade, Takapuna
Monday 8 – Saturday 13 July 

Performances:
Friday 12th July at noon
Saturday 13th July at 11am & 3pm

Cost*: $350 each

*With thanks to Youthtown, we will be providing a limited number of “pay what you can” options for students at Bruce Mason Centre based on hardship and need. Please click here to access the application and return to Rai at yep@nzdc.org.nz by Thursday 4 July.

REGISTER HERE

 

Mangere Arts Centre

Corner Bader Drive & Orly Ave, Māngere
Monday 15 – Saturday 20 July 2019

Performances:
Friday, 19 July at noon
Saturday 20 July at 3pm & 6.30pm

Cost*: $350 each

*With thanks to Youthtown, we will be providing a limited number of “pay what you can” option for students at Māngere Arts Centre based on hardship and need. Please click here to access the application and return to Rai at yep@nzdc.org.nz by Thursday 11th July.

REGISTER HERE

 

Written by

The New Zealand Dance Company

24 May 2019

Interests New Zealand Dance Company