A team of South African dancers representing both the country and Talent Africa will be jetting off to Serbia for the Euro Dance Fest on 14 November.
Talent Africa will be travelling to Novi Sad, Serbia on 14 November with a team of 32 people – 24 dancers and eight parents and coaches. This will be the third time that Talent Africa will be gracing the stage at the Euro Dance Festival in Novi Sad with its talented team of dancers.
Dancers from more than 24 countries will compete against the best of the best, for the top trophies in various dance disciplines across the globe. Last year was a bumper year for South Africa, as the team walked away with 17 top trophies, and took second place overall – a commendable achievement when one considers that more than 24 countries competed last year.
The South African contingent will not only take to the stage alongside 4 000 other dancers, but will also be able to take part in workshops, as well as be exposed to many different cultural experiences, with their tour ending off with a trip to Istanbul, Turkey.
Fifteen year-old Rand Park High School learner and Muldersdrift resident, Kayla Rachstein, will be part of the team, and is hoping to come home with a medal around her neck and a trophy in her hands.
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