Belmont DaNce Centre

Pamela Cramp

Miss Pam was trained in Newcastle by Dianne Talbot where she studied all genres of Dance, Musical theatre and Performing Arts. Her passion lies with Tap and Musical theatre and her choreography has won many accolades and awards.

A successful studio owner of over 30 years, past and present students have been successful with eisteddfods, performed both in Australia and abroad in professional shows in both Casino and show venues, television, media, cruise ships and many have become wonderful teachers and mentors.

After the sale of her studio in 2017, Pam now spreads her talents by freelancing at some of the more influential Dance Studios in Newcastle and the Central Coast, heading up their Tap departments. She teaches the Les Griffith Tap Dance Syllabus (LGTDA) and prides herself on her very high standards and grades for all students taking their examinations. Her students have gained championship status in eisteddfods across Australia.

She also is the owner and operator of the well-known dance eisteddfod – “Ritz and Glitz Dance Challenge” which has been in operation for the past 15 years. She also works in Aged Care as an Occupational Therapist and is a highly sought after Dance Adjudicator, and an esteemed member of The ADA – Australian Adjudicators Association, judging both here in Australia and abroad.

Pam is an Accredited teacher in the following syllabi

  • LGTDA – Tap
  • GWT – Tap
  • AICD – Classical
  • Australian Acrobatics Association
  • AASCF – Cheer
  • Member of the Australian Adjudicators Association

Miss Pam is excited to be teaching students at Belmont Dance Centre and she hopes to spread her love and passion for dance. She is excited to be teaching our Senior Tap students and creating a fun Adult Tap class. She will also continue LGTDA exam work and Eisteddfod Private lessons.

Pam is mostly proud of her work with children with Disabilities and was honoured with a “Citizen of the Year “Award from LMCC for her work in this sector. Pam is also a proud ambassador for DACUA- Dancers Against Cancer Australia, in which her former studio was the first Australian “HOPE “studio to raise awareness and funds for this very important cause.

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