WSPA 'dancing in the dust' annual end of year concert photos

The Western Studio of Performing Arts students stunned crowds at the annual end of year concert on Thursday and Friday evening.

The 'dancing in the dust' concert was dedicated to the courage and strength of country people.

Guests enjoyed 47 acts of ballet, tap, jazz and contemporary dance and dance teacher and founder of WSPA Angie White praised the students on a "wonderful" performance.

"I loved seeing the kids so excited and happy," she said.


"I loved seeing them work hard together and know that hard work brings results.

"I loved that they knew if they made a mistake it was ok as long as you kept going and I loved how they supported one another, cheered one another on and how their new found confidence shone out for all to see.

"It made all the love and long hours I and those who teach with me pour into it all worthwhile."

Ms White thanked her teachers and teaching assistants, students, parents and carers for their hard work and support of the studio.

She also thanked Royden Donohoe, the Bogan Shire Council and Nyngan Innovations for their support.