Winner 2015 & 2019

Finalist 2014, 2015, 2018, 2019

Nominated 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

Approved Provider of Active Kids and Creative Kids

© 2019 Tamworth City Dance Academy

BE A PART OF SOMETHING HUGE.

Our Major Production is less a recital and more a dance spectacular.  Staged at the Tamworth Regional Entertainment Centre and featuring an impressive moving light show, our end of year concerts are an opportunity that few dancers nationally are able to experience in their own school's show.

2019 PRODUCTION.

In 2019 TCDA will be celebrating a memorable milestone of a decade of dance in Tamworth.

 

The repertoire of this year's major production "retrospective" has been decided by students, parents, staff and teachers both past and present who have been asked to nominate their favourite TCDA pieces from our first ten years.

 

TCDA's choreographers have maintained the essence of the original concepts whilst rejuvenating elements for a modern audience students are delighted to perform pieces that inspired them, first seen featuring their role models and mentors.

This show will be performed by our students from TCDA's Tamworth and Quirindi studios as well as special appearances from some of our past students.

2.00pm Saturday 7 December 2019 at the TRECC.

Proudly a part of the Capitol Theatre Season 2018.

PAST SHOWS.

We challenge ourselves to create imaginative and engaging themes for our shows that allow our choreographers and dancers to create productions that are memorable and entertaining.  

 

TCDA Major Productions:  Ghost Train (2009), Are We Human (or are we dancers?) (2010), The Odyssey (2011), Forces of Nature (2012), Through the Looking Glass (2013), Heroes, Angels + Villains (2014), Sing Me to Sleep (2015), Oh, The Places You Will Go (2016), Everything Old Is New Again (2017) and Pictures at an Exhibition (2018)

2018 PRODUCTION.

Iconic paintings, drawings and sculptures provide the stimulus for the Tamworth City Dance Academy's 2018 Major Production "Pictures at an Exhibition".

Lyrical dancers are thrown across the stage as though cast from one of Jackson Pollock's brushes, contemporary performers portray Munch's enormous infinite scream of nature and life is breathed into Degas' elegant and petite classical ballerinas.

2.30pm Saturday 8 December 2018 at the TRECC.

Proudly a part of the Capitol Theatre Season 2018.