Wollongong High School of Performing Arts graduate dancers highlight Callback 2017 event

Three Wollongong High School of Performing Arts graduates have stepped out on stage with some of the best dancers from the 2017 Higher School Certificate Dance examinations.

Ryan Morgan, Kennedy Patch and Sophie Hirst were featured performers at Callback 2017, held at the Everest Theatre in the Seymour Centre, Chippendale on February 8-9.

Department of Education secretary Mark Scott commended the dancers on being selected to showcase their exemplary performances and compositions to a wider audience in Callback 2017.

“To be selected to perform at Callback is a real accomplishment,” Mr Scott said.

“It is testimony to the dancers’ creativity, discipline and diligent devotion to countless hours of practice perfecting their dance.”

FLEXIBLE: Wollongong High School of Performing Arts graduate Kennedy Patch performed her Break Through piece at Callback 2017. Picture: Anna Warr

FLEXIBLE: Wollongong High School of Performing Arts graduate Kennedy Patch performed her Break Through piece at Callback 2017. Picture: Anna Warr

Ryan Morgan’s major study dance and technology, film and video piece August opened both the Thursday and Friday Callback shows.

Kennedy Patch presented her core performance Break Through on Thursday, February 8, while Sophie Hirst did her composition show Paranoid on Friday, February 9.

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