A genre-fusing dance extravaganza will take centre stage at The Lighthouse Theatre on Saturday night.
Masters of Choreography's Emma Vaiano has been a choreographer for six years and said Raise The Barre combines ballet, jazz, street dance, breaking and commercial dance throughout their feel-good performance.
"A lot of preparation goes into this performance," she said.
"We spend about four weeks in rehearsals with our 12 dancers to go through the dances and then run the show back-to-back to work out all the little niggles.
"I get the brief and music and find a place where I feel most inspired to choreograph the dances.
"It's a super quick process."
Dances are mixed with classic rock and mainstream music and will have you captivated and leave you feeling inspired.
Raise the Barre is the sister show to the internationally acclaimed Beats on Pointe and is part of the Company's 2020 tour which features shows in Melbourne and across regional Victoria before heading to London in June and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August.
"Raise the Barre is definitely different to the usual dance shows and concerts," Ms Vaiano said.
"Ours caters for an audience and is a high energy, professional, athletic and engaging performance.
"Our aim is to have the audience dancing in their seats.
"It's definitely super fun."
All proceeds from the sale of Masters of Choreography merchandise will be donated to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal.
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