Dancers impress

THE audience was in awe at the Lisa Pellin Dancers’ concert, iPod Shuffle, in the Wonthaggi Arts Centre on Sunday.

Both the matinee and evening performances showcased the brilliant work of dancers over the year in different styles.

Colourful costumes and fine skills went hand in hand, leaving the audience wanting more.

Dancers aged from four to 18 graced the stage, dancing a number of different genres including jazz, tap, ballet and contemporary.

The concert signalled the end of classes for the year, but they will resume once again in February 2013.

Enrolments will be held at Foster on January 31 from 4pm until 5pm, and in Leongatha on February 1 from 4pm until 5pm.

Everyone is welcome to come along and take part, with classes held for recreational students and beginners all the way through to advanced dancers.


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