Tempo Dance Festival 2012 Q+As: Daniel Belton

Daniel Belton from Good Company Arts is the choreographer of audio visual spectacle Time Dance and Soma Songs which is part of Tempo Dance Festival 2012. We asked Daniel some serious (and cheeky) quick questions about this years Tempo.

My favourite part of Tempo Dance Festival 2012 is…Rangatira Stage, Q Theatre

My secret guilty pleasure dance song is...Give me the night by George Benson!

The worst injury I have had is...Ankle in Douglas Wrights Gloria filming

My Tempo Dance Festival 2012 performer crush is....Stroma (Amazing Girl Band)

My best warm up tip is… or My best choreography tip is...Salut to the sun

My favourite Auckland dance performance this year was…In Auckland Art Gallery

People should come to see my show because...Its super dancey and filled with light

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