Learn contemporary African dancing with Moving into Dance

Moving Into Dance

Moving Into Dance, Newtown, Johannesburg

Recognised as one of the first mixed-race dance companies in South Africa, Moving into Dance Mophatong is an internationally-recognised dancing company that has produced renowned dancers and choreographers with their new Afro-fusion and Edudance styles.

Moving into Dance is a non-profit organisation that was created in 1987 in Johannesburg.

They continue to hold onto the ethos of their founder Sylvia ‘Magogo’ Glasser, who started training youth from disadvantaged areas at the height of apartheid. She hoped that the skills her students learned would help them overcome their socio-economic circumstances.

Sylvia was knighted for her work in the arts by King Willem-Alexander of Holland, earning the title of Dame.

After humble beginnings in her garage, Move into Dance has since developed into one of the premier professional, full-time Contemporary Africa dance companies in South Africa.

Moving Into Dance

Their dancers have entertained many enthusiastic audiences from Africa, Malaysia, Europe, South America, USA and Canada. Moving into Dance’s motto; Making a Difference Through Dance, embodies their underlying philosophy of transforming lives, one student, one dancer, one family and one community at a time.

Learn beautiful Contemporary Afro-fusion & Educance styles with Moving into Dance

At Moving into Dance, you will be able to learn thought-provoking and dynamic dancing with their professional team of choreographers. You will learn the fluency of movement and how to extend the limitations of the human body so that you can produce inspired dances and beautiful movement narratives.

This dance company produces many works that are an original fusion of African movement, ritual and music with Western contemporary dance forms and music.

Click here to have a look at the many awards and nominations Moving into Dance have received over the years.

As Moving into Dance is a community-based organisation, their sense of community extends past their home in Johannesburg and into provinces across South Africa. They believe that through dance techniques and a constant intake of students from under-resourced provinces that can help improve the quality of arts in communities and make them seem like a viable career option for unemployed youth.

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To find out more about Moving into Dance and what they do, contact them at 011 838 2816 or email admin@midance.co.za. Visit their website at www.midance.co.za. Find them at 1 Henry Nxumalo St & Helen Joseph, Newtown, Johannesburg, 2113.

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