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Kelowna dancers to compete in provincial festival

Canadian School of Ballet dancers Clare Fleming, Desiree Bortolussi and Natalia Bereznicki will compete in Nanaimo next week. - Contributed
Canadian School of Ballet dancers Clare Fleming, Desiree Bortolussi and Natalia Bereznicki will compete in Nanaimo next week.
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Clare Fleming, Desiree Bortolussi and Natalia Bereznicki are off to Nanaimo for the Performing Arts B.C. Festival being held from May 28 to 31.

All members of the Canadian School of Ballet, they were chosen from festivals in the region. Bortolussi will compete in the senior ballet division, Fleming in the intermediate and Bereznicki in the junior ballet division.

The dancers will start each day with technique classes followed by daily performances where they go up against competitors from all over B.C.

 

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