DANCE FEST: The group at Dance Force are ready to show off their skills at the annual concert this Saturday.
DANCE FEST: The group at Dance Force are ready to show off their skills at the annual concert this Saturday.

The dance of a lifetime

FOUR young talents are gracefully rising to stardom thanks to coaching from the team at Dance Force in Gatton.

The children are achieving greatness in the dance world and have been offered opportunities to make any dancer envious and help them dance up the ladder of success.

Anna Larson, 15, has recently been accepted into the Queensland Dance School of Excellence, a partner of the Queensland Ballet.

There she will study dance to sharpen her dance skills while sitting for her OP.

Jackson Poole, 12, has been offered a role in the Sydney production of Love Never Dies as well as a role in Toowoomba's production of The Wizard of Oz.

Rebecca O'Brien, only ten, has been snapped up early and offered a role as a feature munchkin in The Wizard of Oz in Toowoomba with Mr Poole.

Imogen Tapara has been accepted to study a Diploma of Art at only 16, specialising in classical and contemporary dance at the Australian Dance Performance Institute.

Principle of Dance Force Sarah Hoyling said her students are a very talented group.

"I am very proud of my students and their successes and wish them all the best for the future," she said.

The Lockyer Valley kids have been rehearsing to amaze and entertain people at Dance Force's annual concert, to be held on Saturday at the Gatton Shire Hall.

The theme of this year's concert is 'a world of dreams' with all of the routines representing a different country, and the jazz and tap group's theme is 'pop odyssey', featuring all modern pop songs.


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