Dance

    with Elevate Arts

    Dance

    Pop-up

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    14:00 - 16:00

    Contemporary & Street Dance Pop-up

    Part of the South Acton Gardens Summer Arts Series.  

    Come along on Sat 6th Aug, 2-4 pm, in front of Acton Gardens Community Centre.

    Join in with Choreographers Eliza & Lucy from Elevate Arts:

    Eliza studied dance performance at Middlesex University & has also 
    trained and performed in Greece, Bulgaria and Germany. She is a trained 
    dancer in Contemporary and Ballet, including pointe work, Graham, 
    Cunningham, Humphrey and release techniques. Eliza's performance 
    highlights are for the Queen's birthday at Buckingham palace in 2013 and 
    for Hoops Aid1 at the o2 Arena in 2015. In 2015 Eliza also founded her 
    own dance company "imprint dancES." Eliza teaches contemporary dance and 
    leads workshops in choreography and technique. Eliza has been a highly 
    respected and loved member of the Elevate Arts team since the start and 
    even delivered virtual classes through lockdown!

    Lucy is the founder of Elevate Arts. She has a background in Street 
    Dance (Was a member of Lethal Injection and later, RSDC) Lucy also 
    studied dance studies at Middlesex University (Contemporary dance) then 
    went on to study for a level 4 Street Dance teaching qualification, 
    putting her in the top 4% of Street Dance teachers in the country. Her 
    performance highlights include performing at the o2 Arena, Move It and 
    Hammersmith Apollo. Lucy set up Elevate Arts in 2015, specialising in 
    Authentic Street Dance (Breaking, Hip Hop, House, Locking, Popping.) Her 
    aim is to inspire & pass on Authentic Street Dance culture to the next 
    generation whilst encouraging personal growth & building a sense of 
    community.
     

    in front of Acton Gardens Community Centre

    Munster Court, Bollo Bridge Rd, London W3 8UU

    Events organizer

    Rachel Pepper

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