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Three of Australia’s highest-ranked dancing partnerships will burn the floor at Tyalgum Hall in a glittering Dance Spectacular on Saturday.

At this latest gala event, Australia’s stars of ballroom, latin and new vogue will be joined by operatic soprano, Liza Beamish, fresh from her successful Australian tour.

Bringing the historic Tyalgum village hall to life with their elegant costumes and fancy footwork will be ballroom champions Matthew Potter and Talysa Trevallion, latin dancers Declan Taylor and Kristina Grzic, and new vogue specialists Jarrod and Jayne Dawson.

Each couple will perform five routines in their respective styles, showcasing the dedication and discipline that has carried them to the highest levels of national and international dancesport competition. The evening’s entertainment will also feature Liza Beamish’s beautiful interpretations of popular opera and musical classics, rounding out a glamorous program of dance and music.

See the singer and dancers at Tyalgum Hall on Saturday. For more information phone 6679 3787 or email [email protected].

 

 

 


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