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Co-op Classes & Discovering Repertoire | Newcastle-Gateshead

Angeline NEDC

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As many of you know, the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) have recently launched their new classical ballet performance programme, Discovering Repertoire, and we at the North East Dance Co-operative think it is perfect to launch our next phase of Co-op Classes!


What makes our Co-op Classes unique is that there is no traditional hierarchy as you would find in more standardised dance environments — individual members work as a team of equals, rather than a teacher or a studio owner being the primary decision-maker.


Our Co-op Classes are all about peer-to-peer collaborative learning, sharing collective knowledge and experience and together enjoying a truly unique dance experience.


We are very excited to be getting back to the roots of where the NEDC all started, and launch the next generation of Co-operative Classes!


For more information, please message us with your email address and we will send you a PDF with all the details.  You can message us here: www.facebook.com/NorthEastDanceCooperative


Also, you may like to check out this video introducing the Discovering Repertoire programme: https://bit.ly/2JT6gWu


Here is the link to our original Facebook post about our Co-op Classes: https://bit.ly/2HcWKzC

(Likes and Shares are very much appreciated as it helps us raise awareness of the NEDC and build our Co-op community :))


NB: This is not a commercial venture.  Those who register to take Co-op Classes work together and pool resources (including equally dividing studio hire costs) and no profits are taken.  For more details please ask for our Co-op Classes PDF.


If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch.  I will be keeping an eye on this thread, but to ensure a timely reply I suggest sending a message via our Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/NorthEastDanceCooperative




Founder, North East Dance Co-operative

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