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Young peoples programs

 "Wominjenka!"

 

Welcome to Mzuri Dance ArtisTree

Wominjenka is Woi-wurrung word for Welcome

 

Mzuri Dance creative practice and work impacts upon lands and waters over which a number of First Nations’ Traditional Owner and language groups hold custodianship. We acknowledge and pay our respect to their Elders past and present for allowing us to conduct this business on their Countries.

 

The land we live and create on was never ceded and will always belong to the traditional custodians of the land. I pay my respects to the custodians of this land who lived sustainably and looked after the birds, insects, animals, waterways and land, life, earth and her natural resources.  We live on Wurundjeri Country of the Kulin Nation and pay my respects to elders past and present

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Congratulations to Mzuri Young People Fitzroy 

"We are colourful, My dance jam" performance in Fitzroy...

Check our creative practice for "We are colourful, my dance jam" below...

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Testimonials for Suzie Watts, director...

“Suzanne displays great professionalism & has devoted many years to the promulgation of roots music…  Her group also displays creativity in blending these elements with rap (raggamuffin dancehall), jazz, folk and other contemporary music.    A handy competent vocalist, dancer, percussionist, drummer. Suzanne displays the confidence skills in ensemble work that comes from knowledge, first as a pupil & later as a teacher workshop clinician of these skills.”

Professor Bob Sedergreen
RMIT
The Team

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