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New Zealand School of Dance students Connor Masseurs and Toa Paranihi epitomise what the School's Tū Move programme can do for talented young Māori and Pacific Island men. Connor and Toa, have not taken the traditional route to become NZSD students. They’ve always been inspired by dance but equally so by sport. So a... Read more
It takes 40 hours to make a tutu. Creating 18 of them - from 300 metres of net, 40 metres of silk, 4300 crystals and lace for decoration, and coutil (corset under the structure) - is a huge undertaking. As part of November’s Graduation Season our classical students will be performing the Grand Pas from the 19th... Read more
Contemporary Dance tutor and NZSD graduate Victoria Colombus, who we all know as Tor, has directed the School’s Choreographic Season show for the past six years. Each year for this season, third year students majoring in contemporary dance choreograph works to be performed by other students. Tor, who has been a... Read more
The New Zealand School of Dance has published a new prospectus, which is available in print and online. It contains valuable information about the School, courses offered, how to apply, living in Wellington and information for international students. Photos of the School's students and facilities give a clear picture... Read more