We’re passionate about movement, quality training and our amazing community of children and adults who love to dance. Based on the Gold Coast, we strive to provide students with quality training in a warm and friendly environment. We believe the skills that a child learns in the studio will positively impact other areas of their life into adulthood!
Georgia Canning is the Founder and Creative Director of GC Dance. After being awarded multiple scholarships from The Royal Academy of Dance, studying at The Australian Ballet School (Certificate III in Dance) and appearing in various Queensland Ballet (Sleeping Beauty) and The Australian Ballet (Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake) productions, Georgia completed a Bachelor of Communications… Continue reading
Juliette Marshall-Hughes completed her AMEB singing examinations before graduating Year 12 at AB Paterson College. After school, Juliette continued her education with a Diploma of Musical Theatre at The Academy of Film, Theatre and Television in 2012. Juliette has performed in many local theatre productions and annually hosts carols events around the Gold Coast. Juliette’s… Continue reading
Elise New-Lodding studied the Vaganova method of classical ballet at Amanda Bollinger Dance Academy. She also studied contemporary dance and performed in many eisteddfods/events, and trained for the Australian Conservatoire of Ballet Examinations, where she completed her final Excellence exam. In 2015 Elise was accepted into the New Zealand School of Dance Elite International Contemporary… Continue reading
Congratulations on a spectacular concert on Sunday! The choreography, costumes & music were all absolutely wonderful. It is alway such an beautiful show & I look forward to it each year. What you achieve with the kids & the high standard is so impressive year in year out. But what I noticed more than anything, was that every little girl & boy had big smiles on their faces & they all looked so thrilled to be there.
I’m so grateful to have attended GC Dance. It was finally a dance school that wasn’t competitive and just allowed me to be myself. It was also pivotal in changing my perception of myself in dance and was definitely the reason I stuck with dance and ended up studying at university!