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Melissa Lanham

Choreographer, Self Employed in Sunshine Coast

Arts/life, Dance/life

PRESENTED ON NOV 14, 2017
IN SUNSHINE COAST @ VOL 24

Melissa Lanham is an independent dance artist with over 25 years in the arts industry both here and overseas. Based on the Sunshine Coast, she has been in constant work as a teacher and Choreographer.  Her latest work 'Vincent' which Premiered at the Adelaide Fringe Fest 2016 and to Newcastle and Melbourne to rave reviews originated here on the Sunshine Coast. In this presentation she shares some of her tips and inspiration! 

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