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Te Mahuru (Spring) Choreofest - 2013 Season

Coming to Auckland's Unitec Dance Studios in September. Unitec's Performing & Screen Arts - Dance Programme presents...
Te Mahuru (Spring) Choreofest - 2013 Season

Unique and innovative student works from New Zealand's leading contemporary dance and choreography programme, offering a fresh and varied perspective on art, life and performance through the eyes of Unitec's contemporary dance students.

Choreofest heralds in the arrival of Spring so join the celebration and ensure you get your tickets.

CHOREOFEST RUA
Featuring Unitec's second year dancers

4-7 September 7.30pm & Matinee 1pm (Sep 7)
* School Matinee ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY on Sep 6@1pm- book now at prees@unitec.ac.nz

Tickets: On sale now at iTICKET.co.nz or (09) 361 1000. Fees apply
Buy here: http://www.iticket.co.nz/events/2013/sep/choreofest-2013-year-2-dance
CHOREOFEST TORU
Featuring Unitec's graduating third year dancers

18-21 September 7.30pm & Matinee 1pm (Sep 21)

* School Matinee ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY on Sep 20@1pm - SOLD OUT
Tickets: On sale soon at iTICKET.co.nz or (09) 361 1000. Fees apply

Venue: Unitec Dance Studios (Building 7), Entry 1, Carrington Rd, Mt Albert Auckland

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