Chinese Classical Dance

This program engages students with an incredible performance of classical folk dances from across China such as the Lantern Dance, Ribbon Dance and Fan Dance. Students will practice a short routine using some of the moves they’ve seen, performed to both traditional and contemporary Chinese music. Presenters will supply props such as ribbons, fans and lanterns for students to dance …

French Music

‘La musique des années folles en France’ refers to the music of the post-war years of the roaring 20s which swept across the world. Multi-instrumentalists Peter and Marie Rappolt have been playing live music together since 1969 for this program they are joined by French cabaret singer Corrine Andrew to form ‘Viva the Trio’. The trio play music from legends …

Classical Indian Dance Immerse your students in the culture of ancient India that is still practiced to this day.

Classical Indian Dance

Immerse your students in the culture of ancient India that is still practiced to this day. After an amazing performance set to the sound of classical instruments and Sanskrit chants students will learn some of the symbolic gestures and movements and the stories they tell. Make an enquiry!

Commedia dell’ Arte with Fools in Progress – Duo Commedia

Brighella excitedly reminds Pantalone of his solemn promise to Esmeldina to finally pay all his servants. Pantalone begrudgingly agrees but only if Brighella gets all of his servants there at the same time. This sends Brighella into a panic and comedy ensues as he tries to find Arlecchino…who Pantalone has sent off into the countryside! About Fools in Progress: Founded …

Commedia dell’ Arte with Fools in Progress – The Elusive Scarf

Pantalone is infatuated with the beautiful Isabella who in turn loves Patrizio, Pantalone’s son! Patrizio decides on Valentine’s Day that he is going to declare his undying love and ask her to marry him. However, Pantalone begins courting Isabella first by sending her a silk scarf with his initial ‘P’ on it. The journey of the elusive scarf begins when …

Doudoumba Drumming

Philippe Lincy was born in Guadeloupe and grew up in Guinea and Senegal before moving to Paris and finally Australia. This drumming workshop centres around the Djembe and Dunun from West Africa. Students will learn about different cultural styles of drumming and other instruments like the shekere. This program can be taught in English and French. Make an enquiry!

Goodwill Ambassadors

The Goodwill Ambassadors are Middle-Eastern migrants with a message: it’s time to tackle cultural stereotypes, diffuse conflict and promote a positive image. Each of them has grown up in a conflict zone and has worked hard to overcome their own prejudices, perpetuated for generations. Using music as a uniting force, they take a candid look at bigotry, blame and belonging. …

Hip Hop Infusion In this high-energy interactive program students will discover the significance of hip-hop and urban dance culture around the world. Using a variety of super-dance able beats our presenters will create an atmosphere that will have all students up and dancing. This is the perfect introduction to the expressive, powerful world of hip-hop!

Hip Hop Infusion

In this high-energy interactive program students will discover the significance of hip-hop and urban dance culture around the world. Using a variety of super-dance able beats our presenters will create an atmosphere that will have all students up and dancing. This is the perfect introduction to the expressive, powerful world of hip-hop! Make an enquiry!

Indigenous Infusion with Larry Brandy

Larry Brandy is an Aboriginal storyteller with thirty years of experience. He has an engaging and interactive style incorporating movement, history and artifacts. He introduces students to his Wiradjuri culture with a focus on the significance of family, the environment and everyday life. This program can be adjusted to three hours for a more in depth experience. Make an enquiry! …

Indigenous Infusion with Walangari

The multi-talented Walangari Karntawarra is an Arrernte Aboriginal elder from Alice Springs who lives and works in Sydney. He is an international award winning, contemporary “Western Desert” painter as well as an accomplished musician and performer. Join Walangari for an entertaining and educational program showcasing traditional dance, music and storytelling. Make an enquiry!