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Emma started dancing at the age of three and has been dancing ever since in styles including ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, contemporary, lyrical and broadway. Dancing at the Deborah Johnson Dance Centre Emma completed her RAD ballet exams up to Advanced Foundation as well as her Glen Wood Tap exams up to level 8 where she received distinctions.

Emma has performed with Regprom Management in numerous Fashion Parades and Christmas Show performances touring New South Wales including such events as the annual Sydney Carols in the Domain. Emma also danced at the Australian Dance Expo where she modelled for BLOCH dancewear for 7 consecutive years.

 

Emma has performed and competed both as a soloist and troupe member nationally and internationally. In 2008 Emma was a member of the Deborah Johnson Kuala Lumpur Tour and in 2010 Emma travelled to Las Vegas to compete in the West Coast Dance Explosion competition where she was a part of the open age troupe who placed third overall.

 

Emma commenced teaching Tiny Tots and Juniors at Avenue T Dance Centre in 2011 and was responsible for choreographing Jazz, Ballet and Junior and Intermediate Tap for the students end of year performances. In 2012 Emma completed her HSC at Oakhill College where she studied dance majoring in performance.   Emma received a ‘Callback’ for her major performance piece which showcased exemplary performance and composition by a HSC student.

 

In 2013 Emma completed her Certificate IV in Performing Arts at the Urban Dance Centre. During this time Emma made appearances on Channel 7’s ‘The Morning Show’ which included being one of Kristen Chenoweth’s Showgirls. Emma also was a featured female dancer in Justice Crew’s most recent film clip ‘Everybody’.

 

In 2014 Emma continues to teach at Avenue T Dance Centre as well as being a resident Dancer at Sydney’s Marquee Nightclub located at The Star.

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