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Gracie Pilgrem

Gracie Pilgrem

Master Tutor Franchisee - Whangaparaoa | Hibiscus Coast

Bachelor of Dance Studies

Gracie is the owner and operator of the Whangaparaoa Franchise. She is a talented woman in both the performing arts and business arenas and we are delighted to watch her achieve her vision and live her dream! Gracie has achieved her Bachelor of Dance Studies at the University of Auckland where she has worked with dancers and companies such as Touch Compass, Footnote New Zealand Dance and Moss Patterson from Atamira Dance Company. During her education journey, Gracie has taught at a variety of schools, hospitals and retirement villages which has given her the tools to teach a vast array of students from pre-school right through to teens and adults. Gracie has over 8 years of performance experience including performing in One Step Beyond (a contemporary youth company). Through her performance journey she has explored diverse dance styles and performances that include a range of cultures, styles, stories and personal journeys. She strives to be her own individual, to have fun and create work that inspires students, just like the many teachers and tutors who have inspired her to follow a career in the performing arts. Her classes are full of energy and fun, whilst remaining challenging and skill-based so all students can reach their full potential in the arts. Gracie creates class environments where students are valued as individuals and as a collective. A gifted choreographer and events organiser, Gracie led a team of over 60 performers from in the 2015 Santa Parade. Each year she contributes excellent choreography to our end of year productions. Gracie is an outstanding educator and her sheer passion and love for performance, dance and theatre make her an asset to the team.

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& fun classes. Our tutors -

  • Listen to the children and are perceptive to their needs
  • Control the class in a positive way
  • Teach excellent curriculum
  • Are professionally groomed
  • Run structured classes
  • Have the respect of the group
  • Use positive speech and body languages
  • Create and foster a positive and happy class synergy
  • Care about the children and young adults
  • Build the students up with positive praises

Upcoming Auckland
Term Dates

TERM 3 2019
New Zealand
29 Jul - 28 Sep
TERM 4 2019
New Zealand
14 Oct - 15 Dec
TERM 1 2020
New Zealand
10 Feb - 11 Apr
TERM 2 2020
New Zealand
27 Apr - 27 Jun
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