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Kylie’s choreographer to take classes at renowed summer school
WORLD class dance teachers including Kylie Minogue’s choreographer will be stepping out at a renowned summer school.
Swindon Dance is holding five days of classes including jazz, contemporary and street with all abilities catered for.
The daily sessions will include a chance to take part in projects aimed at putting together slick routines.
Tim Noble, who has worked with Kylie, Madonna and Britney Spears, will bring the superstar touch to basic and intermediate jazz classes.
His other credits include mentoring contestants on BBC One show So You Think You Can Dance? and the Dutch version of the X Factor.
He now directs Purestar Productions Ltd, an International dance workshop company and dance agency. As well as arranging dance workshops, and corporate events, Tim continues to choreograph and will be passing on his technical knowledge and practical experience.
Other teachers include Rowdy, the UK's leading female funk dancer, freelance dance artist Robert Bell, jazz dance teacher Zoe Humphries, Central School of Ballet teacher Glenn Wilkinson and pilates instructor and classical dancer Gemma Clapham.
Accompanists who will add music to the week include Barry Ganberg, head of musical and choreographic studies at the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance, and professional musician Jill Barnes.
A spokeswoman for Swindon Dance said: “The renowned Summer school has an established reputation for the quality of faculty, a warm and welcoming environment and value for money classes.
“Working with world class teachers and accompanists over an intensive five days, dancers of all ages can sharpen their skills and shape up for the year ahead.
“Whether you are dancing for vacation or a vocation there is a class for you.”
Classes are open to adults and teenagers aged from 14 upwards. The week takes place between August 20 and 24 at Swindon Dance, located in the old town hall.
For more information call 01793 601704 or visit www.swindondance.org.uk
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