October 2011 Issue - Costa Calida Chronicle


October 2011 Issue - Costa Calida Chronicle

In association with Costa Cálida International Radio and www.angloINFO.com

Photos: Mark Stocks

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Active, Inspiring and Successful Start to

Murcia Dance’s New Term and It’s Not

Just for Children!!!!

What a fun packed and busy summer Murcia

Dance have had. From successfully fund

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raising for much needed dance resources to

working in new studios, from participating

in Fiestas Camposol events to winning top

awards at the Mazarrón Festival de Baile,

the Murcia Dance programme goes from

strength to strength.

The programme is not just for children.

Teaching Principal of Murcia Dance,

Louise Bremner, would like to welcome adults

who like to move, onto its programme. Louise

is now a fully licensed ZUMBA Instructor

having completed her training in Malaga

in early September. The new sensation in

fi tness will compliment other areas of the

programme which include Theatre Dance and

Beginner Salsa Classes for Adults.

It is hoped that an adult dance group can

be formed to participate in next year’s

Mazarrón Festival de Baile. This year two

schools entered adult groups that entertained

audiences and danced away with top awards.

Some children for the fi rst time participated

in the Mazarrón Festival de Baile and they

did their school, community and families

proud. The Camposol Urban Dance Crew,

who meet on a Saturday morning during

term time, were placed 1st and joint 2 nd in

their Under age 9 Novice group section.

Judges commented that it was good to see

boys dancing and to see different levels and

abilities working together.

Holly Ryan and Kian

Davies won joint 1 st

place duet in the

beginners under

13 section and the

schools seniors,

Charlotte Moore and

Shannon Robertson,

received joint 2 nd

place in the over

13 Beginners Duet.

Both heats had a

very competitive

group of entries

from other schools,

so all dancers in these sections have done

extremely well.

Two top awards were also given to Murcia

Dance. Jack Dawson and Shannon Moran,

placed 1 st in their duet, also won the highest

marked duet from the Under 13 category

winning over more advanced duets which is

fantastic for very young dancers at a Novice

level. The lovely Jack Dawson, who is a

dedicated young dancer, won one of the most

prestigious awards from the festival; The Most

Promising Dancer, Under Age 13, Award for

his stage personality, interacting with others

whilst showing individuality, musicality, and

interpretation of different choreographic

material. Teacher Louise states “Jack is a

model pupil. He works very hard, is caring

and encouraging in class to other children and

has a natural dancing ability. I’m very proud

to not only be working with Jack, but also all

of the young dancers who collectively make

up a vibrant community, making my work as

a teacher of dance relatively easy”.

A whole new programme of dance and

performing arts will be running for children,

young people and adults from the new

Camposol Community Centre, Sensol Hotel

and Tara’s Retreat throughout the autumn.

We have lovely venues suitable for dance,

mirrored with barres and suitable fl ooring. We

will have visiting guest teachers to support

the programme for all abilities. For more

details visit our website www.murciadance.

co.tv or telephone Louise on 655 421 120.

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