Quesnel dancers shine at Spring Showcase

Gold Pan City Dance students shared the dances they’ve been working so hard on during the studio’s Spring Showcase March 2 at Correlieu Secondary School. The Spring Showcase, which featured an afternoon and an evening show, featured 29 performances, from PreBallet right up to Senior Lyrical and included performances by dancers who have been selected for the Provincial Festival of the Performing Arts following last month’s Quesnel Festival of the Performing Arts.

Celebrating a great performance. Lindsay Chung photo
The Sr. Novice Ballet class performs “A Sky Full of Stars” during the Spring Showcase.
Members of the Saturday morning HSM class perform “Rhythm in the Scarves” during Gold Pan City Dance’s Spring Showcase March 2. Lindsay Chung photo
Members of the Saturday morning Basic Ballet class perform “Baby Ballerina” during the Spring Showcase.
The Intermediate Lyrical class performs “Resilient” during Gold Pan City Dance’s Spring Showcase March 2 at Correlieu Secondary School. The Spring Showcase featured 29 performances, from PreBallet right up to Senior Lyrical and included performances by dancers who have been selected for the Provincial Festival of the Performing Arts following last month’s Quesnel Festival of the Performing Arts. Lindsay Chung photos
Members of the Saturday morning HSM class perform “Rhythm in the Scarves” during Gold Pan City Dance’s Spring Showcase March 2.
The Novice Ballet class performs “Bellhoppin” March 2 during the Gold Pan City Dance Spring Showcase. Lindsay Chung photo
Dancers from the Sr. Novice Ballet class perform “A Sky Full of Stars” during the Gold Pan City Dance Spring Showcase March 2 at Correlieu Secondary School. Lindsay Chung photo
PreBallet dancers leave the stage after their performance of “See You Later Alligator” during the Gold Pan City Dance Spring Showcase March 2 at Correlieu Secondary School. Lindsay Chung photo

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