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DanceHubmalta offers an innovative and dynamic approach to Dance, freeing us and you from the restrictions and restraints of a syllabus!
We encourage our dancers to be self-motivated and self-driven within a safe, enjoyable and collaborative hub!
|Mission||Our mission is to nurture individuals with an open and enthusiastic thirst to explore all forms of dance and movement as well as an appreciation and knowledge of any associated art forms. Developing individuals capable and confident to think, create and perform at a high level in a fun and safe environment.|
WELCOME TO A DIFFERENT SYSTEM - DARE TO BE DIFFERENT !
Dance Hub Offers An Innovative Experience of Dance:
• Promotes a learning experience of dance focusing on the inclusion/integration of multiple dance disciplines and their associated areas.
• Promotes the learning of technique in an open environment and exploring alternatives to the official syllabus, thus allowing time for self-expression and creativity as well as keeping an active sense of awareness, involvement and problem solving on behalf of the learner.
• Focuses on individuality and guidance based on the learners’ wants, needs and aspirations.
• Provides incentive for improvement through regular performances.
• Promotes mixed age groups which facilitates the development of younger learners and builds confidence in the older learners, within said group.
• Promotes dance as a form of movement which can be experienced and attempted by all age groups and all levels of facility (due to experienced teachers).
Her years of tuition and experience won her three overseas scholarships to the Urdang Academy, Covent Garden, London in 1997, Ballet West, Scotland in 2001 and Paris. The scholarships to The United Kingdom were granted to her by Christina Hughes, former soloist of London Festival Ballet, and Terence Etheridge, former Director of Hong Kong Ballet, respectively. In 2003 Lynne was the winner of the Dance Council Award during the performance Dance Power II, which brought together twenty-two local dance schools with over two hundred participants. This prestigious award, was given to the best classical
dancer and took Lynne to Paris for an intensive workshop where she was taught by artists of the renowned Paris Opera Ballet Company. This prestigious award was sponsored by curtsey of the French Embassy of Malta and the Dance Council Malta. In September 2006 Lynne was awarded a scholarship in modern dance by Kledi Kadu to attend his Academy of dance in Rome and in 2008 she was awarded a
scholarship in Contemporary dance by Joshua Pilatsky whilst attending a course with World Dance Movement.