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Sunshine Coast Qld

 
  
 
 
 
 

 
 
Faculty:

 

Anne Fraser A.R.A.D., R.A.D. RTS, C.S.T.D.

Anne is a highly-respected dance teacher with many years of experience nurturing the talents of young dancers. She received her vocational ballet training with Royal Academy of Dance examiner and founder of “Dance North”, Ann Roberts.

As an Associate of the Royal Academy of Dance, and holding the R.A.D. Advanced Teaching Diploma, and Teaching Diplomas in tap and theatrical dance with the Commonwealth Society of Teachers of Dancing, Anne is widely recognised as one of the most highly qualified and experienced dance teachers in the region.

Anne has been an international examiner for the Royal Academy of Dance since 1997 and is also a Royal Academy of Dance tutor for teachers’ courses. She has been invited as a guest teacher to many cities and regional areas within Australia as well as in New Zealand, and has conducted student classes and teacher courses during examination tours in South-East Asia, Japan and Canada.

Anne teaches the ballet classes from Grade 1 to Solo Seal.


 

 

 

Kym Stevens M.Ed., B.Bus Com., C.S.T.D.,

Kym was trained on the Sunshine Coast at the Dickson School of Dance, and continued her ballet and contemporary training with the Joffrey School of Dance in Los Angeles. She was the co-principal of the Dickson School of dance before moving to Sydney to complete her Certificate in Dance Education at UTS.

Kym is a very experienced and highly skilled dance instructor. As well as teaching contemporary dance at the Anne Fraser School of Dance, Kym was, until recently, lecturing in Dance in Creative Industries at the Queensland University of Technology. Kym holds the C.S.T.D. Theatrical, Tap and Jazz Teacher’s Diplomas and a Master of Education.

While in Sydney, she served on the board of Ausdance NSW, and upon returning to Queensland, was employed as the dance consultant for the years 1 - 10 Arts Syllabus.
Kym has also taught dance in both Primary and Secondary schools in NSW and Queensland.

 

 

EMMA ROGERS A.R.A.D.trained from the age of 5 with the Anne Fraser School of Dance. She has successfully taken all R.A.D. ballet exams from Primary to Advanced 2, which she passed with Distinction.
Emma’s twelve years of dance studies also included contemporary dance, the C.S.T.D. Modern Jazz syllabus, the C.S.T.D Tap syllabus and the Glen Wood Tap syllabus.

Emma holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science from USC and is currently studying for her Post-Graduate Bachelor of Primary Education.Emma teaches the junior ballet classes from Tiny -Tots to Primary, as well as all of the CSTD Modern Jazz classes.

 

 

 

Emma Rickert C.S.T.D.
Emma began her dance studies in ballet, tap and jazz in Bundaberg and then from the age of 14 continued her R.A.D. ballet studies and C.S.T.D. tap and theatrical studies at the Anne Fraser School of Dance. Emma gained her C.S.T.D. Full Teacher’s Diploma in Tap and was also awarded the Theatrical Performer’s Shield.

Throughout her years of training, Emma performed in many Eisteddfods along the East Coast of Australia and placed first in many Song & Dance and Tap Championships as well as receiving a number of Most Outstanding performer awards. A highlight of Emma’s performing journey was playing the lead female role of ‘Peggy Sawyer’, singing and dancing in the Sunshine Coast production of 42nd Street.

Emma went on to teach Jazz and Tap for the Anne Fraser School of Dance and then later established her own dance school in the Wide Bay region. She is very excited to be returning to the Anne Fraser School of Dance faculty this year and looks forward to working with students in Tap and Musical Theatre classes.