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Dance students at Sage.

Dance students from a Tyneside college have been chosen to appear with an international choir at the Sage Gateshead this weekend.

Alan Hunter, 18, and Amber Esklee,17, both from North Shields are studying dance at Tyne Metropolitan College.

They have been picked to perform a number of specially choreographed dances alongside the international choir Sine Nomine who are singing at the Sage tomorrow.

The choir asked Patrick Williams, Dance Tutor at the College, if he would choreograph the Newcastle concert.

Patrick has worked with top dance companies around the world, including the Alvin Ailey Company in New York.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Apr 23, 2005
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