Youngsters wowed them at concert

LA BELLE School of Dancing recently performedin their annual concert at the Mary MacKillop ofthe Cross Hall at St Patrick’s School.
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The students were eager to show everyone whattalents they have (and they have many).

The hall was packed with family and friendseager to watch the talented young performers andthey weren’t disappointed.

The talented performers included BreeanaJenkins, returning from her tour of the UnitedStates with the Australian Institute of PerformingArts.

The students have had a fantastic year performingat St Patrick’s School Fete, the Lithgow Show,Lithgow Public School Fete, Gulgong Eisteddfod,Orange Eisteddfod, Bathurst Eisteddfod andWellington Eisteddfod.

Notable mentions include Georgina Wills whonot only won over 18 firsts at Bathurst but took outthe Junior Tap, Ballet and Jazz Championships aswell as the Age Scolarship.

Jessika Ray was placed second in the the SeniorTap Championship as well as many awards in hersections.

Teoni Schleibs, Leah Edwards, Brenner andBrooklin Jenkins, Montana Morgan, Mia Healey,Lucy Duggan, Jessica-Rose Lutschini and AlaquaTaylor have also brought home a swag of medalsbetween them.

Miss Gwen’s Senior Tap Troupe, who performedat the concert, won the Senior Tap Troupe sectionsat Bathurst and Orange gaining over 90 marks.

The most improved dancers of the school arethe Junior Jazz Group who not only performed forthe first time in a competition but came away withglowing reports from the adjudicator and the firstprize for their Jazz Group Section, literally bringingthe house down.

A big congratulations to all students and teachersfor the hard work they have put in throughoutthe year.

JUST DANCE JAZZ GROUP: Lily Hazell, Tayliah Collins, Tiarna Wright, Zoe Walsh, Alaqua Taylor, Isabella McIntyre, Brooklin Jenkins and Kiera Gray.

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