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Congratulations to our Graduating Class of 2022

An Evening of Celebration for our Class of 2022 and Senior Prize Award Winners

We are so unbelievably proud of all of our wonderful students and the fantastic choreographies that they created and performed to a full house.

Alongside the Class of 2022, we also hosted our Annual Senior Choreographic Competition at The Brindley Theatre. This years Choreographic Winners were Cara Rees and Melissa Hughes who danced together a duet called ‘Contaminated.’ Congratulations!

Prizes for 2022 were awarded to:

Katie Rose Maddox-  Allegrodance Award 

Pierre G Probin-  Alison Ayin Allegrodance Performance Award

Abigail Musgrave- Kirwan Award for the Most Promising in Tap

Jessica Starling- Sherill Wexler Memorial Spanish Dance Award for Most Promising Student

Minnie Michlmayr- Contemporary Dance Award for Most Improved Student

Bridget Peake- Jazz Award for the Most Promising Student

Hannike Dorothea Martens- Most Promising Teacher Award

Alex Paterson- Classical Ballet Award for the most promising student

Megan Swales- Vocal Studies Award for the most promising student

Eve Soffia Ray Park- David Needham Theatre Award

Harry Hughes- Charles Fitz-Simon

Amy Ward- Best All Round Dancer

Hannah Gerrard

Charlotte Harrington

Emma Jackson

Bridget Peake

Kate Reaney

Ellouise Ball

Anna Blackmore

Tobias Johnson

Amy Ward

Following the past 3 years of turmoil across the world the Class of 2022 has overcome so much to graduate with fantastic final year achievements and performances. KS Dance has been delighted to guide these young people along the way throughout the Pandemic and beyond. We look forward to seeing them again in the future.

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