Fringe brings dance to town

Updated November 7 2012 - 2:55am, first published September 24 2009 - 11:35am
MOVES: Melbourne Fringe Festival dancers perform a contemporary dance
MOVES: Melbourne Fringe Festival dancers perform a contemporary dance

SOME of Melbourne’s hottest young and emerging dancers were in Bendigo last night as part of Victoria’s largest celebration of independent arts - the Melbourne Fringe Festival.Benjamin Hancock, Gareth Hart, Paula Lay and Frankie Snowdon captivated the audience as they performed a series of contemporary dance works called Reverb (1).Choreographers Martin del Amo and Brooke Stamp were also in town.After the performance, the audience had the chance to attend a free forum about contemporary dance at La Trobe University’s visual arts centre.The forum was moderated by Melbourne Fringe creative producer Emily Sexton and featured artists from Reverb (1) as well as local and international artists.

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