“My daughter has been attending Dance Star for nearly 12 years.  The principal Anne Dyer is loved by all her students. As an adult I have implored Anne to teach beginner adults which she has and has had huge success.  I now love ballet as much as my daughter and we both love Anne.  The classes are fun, and you feel a part of a group. A very special Dance studio.”

- Sam and Luxe

“My daughter commenced dancing with Miss Anne Dyer at age 5 years old and has been dancing with her for just over 10 years. My daughter's love of dance was not only encouraged and nurtured but also intensified. Anne taught my daughter dancing skills that she has taken to her every day, in particular her posture. This was evident to me when I witnessed my daughter walking up onto a stage to receive a school award in a beautiful, upright position with her head held up high, unlike her peers who were crouched and dragging their feet. As a mother, I have also had one of my proudest moments, when my daughter was asked to perform a solo dance. I thought I would be a ‘proud mum’ but at that moment it was so much more, I had tears running down my eyes with my heart pounding out of my body, WOW! She danced with such beauty and grace, a technique Anne had taught her. My daughter is still dancing on and off at school and I think she will be dancing for the rest of her life. I can’t thank Anne enough for giving my daughter the guidance and foundations of dance.”

- Remziye Sen-Moss

"My daughter has been to Dance Star for few years. Watching her graceful dancing (also building confidence) in a beautiful historic church building is truly a joy. There are many types of dances that you can choose. All of teachers are very kind and passionate. My daughter especially in love with the principal Anne Dyer's teaching: strict and fun."

- Dongbin Jin, PhD

“I had the pleasure of first meeting Anne Dyer in 1966 as one of her classical ballet teachers at the Lorraine Norton Studio in Sydney, Australia.  Anne graduated in 1970 and went on to enjoy a successful dance career in Ballet de Wallonie, Belgium from 1971-1974 then Opera De Lille, France from 1974 to 1982, before returning to Australia to commence the next stage of her career as a teacher.

In subsequent years, it has been a delight to work with Anne as a fellow teaching colleague and observe her passion for her work, expressed in a professional caring manner to her students, creating an environment that allows young classical ballet students to develop and be creative as they seek to be.

Anne’s attention to detail has been evident in the training and preparation of her students for their Royal Academy of Dance examinations.  Her desire to assist these young dancers to reach their full ability and potential, both technically and artistically, is commendable.

I wish Anne ongoing success in all she does.  This art-form is fortunate to have someone who is dedicated to excellence, as she is.”
-Julie Wells ARAD, Solo Seal, Royal Academy of Dance Tutor, Freelance Teacher, Adjudicator