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Emma Louise Pursey

Emma Louise Pursey: Integrated Actor Training Emma Louise Pursey has over 25 years experience in the Suzuki Method of Actor Training and has adapted it into her Integrated Actor Training approach to encourage more natural alignments of the body, focusing on safe technique and longevity of practice. She trained for ten years with Frank Theatre

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apata podcast episode with paul young

APATA Podcast with Paul Young

Meet Paul Young, Head of Music, South West Music Regional Conservatorium, on Wamba Wamba Perrepa Perrepa country (Deniliquin), NSW South West Music Regional Conservatorium’s vision is to inspire and enrich lives through music. Our purpose is to provide leadership, resources and expertise to ensure that every person has the opportunity to make, learn and appreciate

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elma linz kanefield podcast

APATA Podcast with Elma Linz Kanefield

APATA Managing Director Yolande Smith and pioneer specialist in the psychology of the performing artist Elma Linz Kanefield sit down to discuss performance potential, the theme of Kanefield’s new book Hamlet’s Mirror: Reaching Your Performance Potential Onstage and Off. With 40 years experience counselling performing arts students and artists Kanefield understands what makes performers tick. She

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APATA Award Winner Jonathon Rice, Pulteney Grammar School

Head of Performing Arts for South Australia’s Pulteney Grammar School, Jonathon Rice BA, Grad Dip Ed, MBA, speaks with APATA’s Yolande Smith in this episode of the APATA podcast. 2022 saw Pulteney Grammar School win the APATA National Performing Arts School of the Year Award and Jonathon reflects on the dogged determination of his school

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Branches Performing Arts

About this episode Amy Tinning shares just how Branches Performing Arts literally branches out across the outback by bringing dance education to students in regional, rural and remote communities. Along with her fellow teacher Tammy Gordon the pair cover a combined total of 2,000km every fortnight. That is 300 students across seven towns. Hughenden, Richmond,

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Dan Nixon of Melbourne Young Writers Studio and Pirate Size Productions

About This Episode If you want to know where writing, and a love of writing and the performing arts can take you then check out our convo with Dan Nixon. Dan, Alyssa Smedley and Bryony McLachlan head Pirate Size Productions, a co-production company creating innovative narratives for television bringing imagined worlds and characters to life.

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