Afro Fusion performance course term 4

Class Description

Moss Studios

Beginner Dance Courses

Jump into an exciting 9-week Afro Dance course with one of Melbourne’s top Afro dance teachers. Afro Dance is the umbrella term used to cover a wide range of individual Styles originating from different places on the African Continent and the African Diaspora. Afro Dance is an upbeat and animated genre of Dance and this course allows space for history and foundation of the styles to be explored. The 9 week course will focus on basic grooves and fundamental dance moves from styles such as Afrobeats (Ghana, Nigeria), Amapiano (South Africa) and more which will lead towards a performance showcase. Students will have the opportunity to perform as part of our end of year showcase taking place on December 2nd & 3rd 2023.

DayStartEndAge Group
Thursday7:30 pm8:30 pm16+

Dance Class Instructors

Lee Masiyane

Dance artist / Performer / Choreographer / Dance and fitness instructor

Lee has been dancing for as long as she can remember – firstly in the style of Hip hop and then, since arriving in Australia, and joining Melbourne’s top Dancehall crew Burncity Queenz has become highly acclaimed for her skills in Dancehall and Afrodances. Lee placed 3rd in the Australian Dancehall Queen competition in 2015 and travelled to Jamaica in that same year to learn from the creators first hand in Jamaica.

Over the past few years Lee’s career has gone from strength to strength – not only with her position at Jungle City, and as a member of Burncity Queenz, but also as a solo performer, performing with the likes of Sampa the Great, Baker Boy and featuring in numerous music videos with local and international artists.

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Class Location

Moss Studios

101 Evans Street, Brunswick East

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