Advanced Diploma ion Dance (Elite Performance) [CUA60113]
Certificate IV in Dance (Elite Performance) [CUA40113]
Day School – Ages 13-16
Private auditions available from June 2018 or by video application. Please contact email@example.com for video application details.
Day School – Ages 13-16: Aim is to focus on each student to ensure they follow their own individual path, whether that is to an elite classical finishing school, a contemporary career, a university course, teaching or other goal.
Certificate IV in Dance (Elite Performance) and Advanced Diploma in Dance (Elite Performance) – Aim is to focus on each student individually to ensure they are successful in gaining their Certificate IV and/or Advanced Diploma in Dance (Elite Performance) as appropriate. These are Nationally Recognised Qualifications.
SUBJECTS: Vaganova classical and character, RAD Classical, Martha Graham Contemporary, Cunningham Contemporary, Open Class, Pas de Deux, Partnering, Choreography, Repertoire, Improvisation, Company Class, Jazz, Eisteddfod Groups and Solos.
TEACHERS: Emma-Jane Morton, Courtney McKeown, Alfred Taahi, Lorena Otes, Kim Traynor, Karina Pobereznic, Manu Pipi, Stephanie Fernandez, Phoebe Miller
“I am so grateful to attend The Conlan College. It is such a safe and loving environment to study in, and the time and effort that is put in to each and every class by the teachers really inspires me to work hard and achieve my best. The opportunities that they have provided are extraordinary and unique. I am so lucky to be training at a school where everyone matters, and I am believed in.” — Jade Marquez, Day School Student
“The Conlan College is a warm and welcoming community. Everyone at the studio is focused and striving for their personal best. I’m so thankful to all the teachers for changing my life by believing in me and showing me that anything is possible. The teachers are outstanding and put all their time and effort into every single student. It is an honour and a privilege to be surrounded by incredible and supportive people every day.” — Tianna Koolloos, Day School Student