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Tū Move

Tū Move

18-22 July 2016

at New Zealand School of Dance, Wellington

Tū Move is a course that has been setup to provide support for future talent, the New Zealand School of Dance is again offering its Tū Move course for young Māori and Pacific Island men. Running for a week in the July school holidays, Tū Move is a free workshop, giving 14 - 18 year olds a crash course in a variety of styles that include street dance and contemporary dance. With several students on the NZSD’s full-time course getting their foundation at Tū Move, it’s a proven way to get into dance as a career. Tū Move runs 18 - 22 July 2016 at the New Zealand School of Dance in Wellington:


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