Dimensions young dancers from ‘Infusion dance group’ got the opportunity to perform with JoMoney performing her Soca Monarch song called ‘Stop’ at the Caribbean Cultural festival at the fabulous Millennium Gloucester Hotel. JoMoney and dancer’s performance was excellent and gave the young dancers an opportunity to work with others and do something different which was a positive experience for all. Thanks to JoMoney for the opportunity.
Carnival Expo – 2015
Dimensions team love to do performances and we collaborated with Carnival Expo and Pannation steel Pan Band to create a performance for the Carnival event. This was an amazing experience, where all ages of the Dimensions team got together to perform with the Steel Pan Band. Chris storey and his band worked with us, which took patience having to scheduling our practices with the Pan Bands rehearsals.
On the day the Dimensions team opened the performance, with a Street mix with a caribbean twist. All enjoyed the performance and were excited to change and dance with Pannation. We performed to Krosyah’s Pump me Up, Bunji Garlin’s Differentology and Machel Montano’s Like a Boss. We all had great feedback from the performance and all members waned to get involved next year. Thanks to Andrew Singh for hosting us on the day.
Click below to see some of the performance.
101 Essex Competition
From the start of the year Dimensions ‘Infusion Dance team’ have been working towards a competition in Essex, where they will have the opportunity to compete against other young dancers and also experience what other teams are doing. Dimensions feels that students find competitions exciting and a challenge to work towards.
It was a very long day as none of our team were doing solos or duos we had to wait until the groups section, this is something that we will revise for future competitions. The team were up competing with 4 other teams and gained second place on their first attempt, we were all very proud of them. Well done Infusion!
Whitecross street Party
For this event Dimensions aimed to put on a workshop for the public and also perform a closing parade for the Street party. Dimensions worked with Spectrum Youth Centre to engage more people into joining the parade at the event.
On the day we held the workshop on the Spectrum Youth Stage and the Dimensions team engaged with the audience to encourage to get involved. We then started the closing parade, where the team danced and performed routines. Many for the onlookers started to join in and clapping and cheering along. Dimensions really enjoyed participating in this event. Thank to the WXSP team who put this mammoth event together and also Elaine for Spectrum for supporting the activity.
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