Studio 1 Academy of Dance performers impress the judges in the 10-years jazz troupe section on Sunday.
Studio 1 Academy of Dance performers impress the judges in the 10-years jazz troupe section on Sunday.

Now it?s Lower?s turn to dance



THE moment of truth has arrived for many young performers as they take to the stage at the 10th annual Lower Clarence Dance Eisteddfod this week.

The eisteddfod remains a popular event on the dance calendar, with nearly 150 competitors in classical ballet, tap dancing, national character and jazz ballet, all vying for the plaudits of Sydney adjudicator Pamela French.

Around 250 competitors performed at the weekend with the schools day program at the Yamba Bowling and Recreation Club.

The eisteddfod will run until Thursday at the Maclean Civic Hall.



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