17 March 2024
Dance Performance Groups - Jacqueline Morland Awards 2024
This is your opportunity to perform in front of a live audience at Queensland’s flagship RAD event, the Jacqueline Morland Awards 2024. Held annually in Brisbane, and open to RAD students across QLD and northern NSW, the Jacqueline Morland Awards are an opportunity for students to take to the stage, showcase their dancing skills, and perform in front of a live audience and a panel of highly respected adjudicators.
For those who don’t want to participate in the competition itself, the Dance Performance Groups are an excellent opportunity for students to be involved – learn a dance routine from our guest teachers with 12 hours of tuition, and then perform the routine in front of a live audience of family and friends, at the Awards event.
Each performance group is limited to only 40 students so be quick, register now!
The 2024 Dance Performance Groups are as follows:
Grade 1 to 3 – Lyrical Group choreographed by Grace Djurovitch
Grade 4 and 5 – Character Group choreographed by Mike Kurylewski,
Intermediate Foundation and Intermediate – Classical Group choreographed by Giselle Poncet
Advanced Foundation to Advanced 2 – Contemporary Group choreographed by Riannon McLean
Rehearsal dates are:
Sunday 18 February 2024
Sunday 25 February 2024
Sunday 3 March 2024
Sunday 10 March 2024
SJ Block Dance Studio, L’Estrange Terrace, Kelvin Grove, QLD
entrance is at GATE 1 near Queensland Ballet Academy, opposite 102 L’Estrange Terrace, Kelvin Grove.
Final Performance Venue:
St John’s Anglican College Auditorium, Forest Lake – Sunday 19 March
To purchase audience tickets:
Purchase online here
For more information:
Download the leaflet here
Please complete our medical form prior to attending this event.
Terms and Conditions:
Please review the terms and conditions for this event here
|Grade 1 to Advanced 2
|Entry is $185 per student, and includes 12 hours of tuition with choreographer, costume (not including shoes), onstage rehearsal and stage performance.
How to apply
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