Corindi School of Dance students perform an Anzac dedication in the 10-years and under modern expressive/creative troupe section.
Corindi School of Dance students perform an Anzac dedication in the 10-years and under modern expressive/creative troupe section. Daily Examiner

Hundreds of dancers converge

TROUPES from all over northern NSW were stepping out yesterday as the Lower Clarence Dance Eisteddfod continued at Maclean Civic Hall.

Hundreds of performers were on stage throughout the day, with the routines starting at 8.30am and continuing well into last night.

Competing in divisions from eight years and under to open, dancers performed in the categories of jazz, tap, ballet, contemporary and modern expressive.

Adjudicator Lindi Walley said she was impressed by the standard of the performances.

The dance eisteddfod continues today with competition in age groups from six years and under to 10 years and under.

The program runs at Maclean Civic Hall until Thursday, from 9am each day with morning, afternoon and evening sessions.



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