Contemporary dance has developed over the last century, and draws on classical ballet, jazz and modern dance. It is known for the it’s sense of flow, but can also incorporate rapid changes, falls and suspension, releases and contractions, and incorporates many styles and ideas, and can be quite interpretive in it’s choreography. It is now one of the most popular dance styles in the world and encompasses a large body of styles, ideas, and technique within it’s overall genre.

Contrary to how “easy” contemporary dance can often look, it generally requires a strong technical background and dance training.

Students of Rory Williamson School of Dance use their dance society syllabus technical examination results towards VET technical competencies (with gap training) contained within the CUA Certificates in Dance qualifications provided directly by Australian Dance institute RTO 91600

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