Dance Masters of international acclaim, Frederic Jahn and Patricia Ruanne, viisted Trinidad to choreograph for a local version of the popular ballet, Giselle, on talented dancers of the Metamorphosis Dance Company for its April 2012 dance production.
The Alumni of Caribbean School of Dancing celebrates its 60th Anniversary on November 24th and 25th at The Little Carib Theatre.
The company was invited to perform at the EICC theatre as part of the Booking Dance Festival at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival on August 12th-16th 2015. The group had a wonderful time performing and networking with other dance companies.
Young and talented Mercedes Prevatt has received the 2014 Kathleen Armstrong Kilgour (KAK) Dance Scholarship.
During the award ceremony on Saturday 14th June, Nancy Herrera, Artistic Director of Metamorphosis explained that "Mercedes was chosen for her commitment and passion for dance. She has shown amazing promise and maturity for her age. She is disciplined, determined and hard-working."
Anais Hinds, has received the 2012 award of the Kathleen Armstrong Kilgour (KAK) Dance Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to a deserving Metamorphosis dancer for commitment and dedication to dance practice.
COCO DANCE FESTIVAL 2017
Was held at Queen's Hall on October 26th-29th.
This year, Metamorphosis Dance Company has three choreographers presenting new work in the festival: Keanu Mohammed, Keeley Hosang and Katherine Carrera.
COSTA RICA 2014
The Company has just returned from our tour in Costa Rica! We had an amazing time dancing at several events including the Limon Roots Awards Ceremony, Black Women in Action Ceremony and even a special gala event in recognition of Trinidad and Tobago's Independence, hosted at the Costa Rica Country Club by the Trinidad and Tobago Embassy.
Talented eighteen year old Marie Lashley received the 2013 award of the Kathleen Armstrong Kilgour (KAK) Dance Scholarship.
During the award ceremony on Tuesday 2nd April, Nancy Herrera, Artistic Director of Metamorphosis summed up her character as follows: This years' winner is definitely talented, very committed. I find it very difficult to figure her out because we cannot work out whether she is shy, but she has a fierce opinion inside. I would like to congratulate her on being pushed because she doesn't want to be pushed but at the same time allowing us to push her.
Juan Pablo Alba Dennis
Our first recipient of the scholarship, Juan Pablo Alba-Dennis won a new scholarship from the Chinese Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago, to a school in China where he studied for a year. We are very proud of Juan Pablo and the teaching staff of the Caribbean School of Dancing.