Hope Keogh

Hope Keogh commenced her training at the age of 6 at Joanne O’Kelly School of Dance located in Victoria. In 2019, she graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School and began her tertiary training at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). Hope trained in classical ballet throughout her initial studies under the mentorship of Kim McCarthy, Leanne Stojmenov and Andries Weidemann, among other acclaimed WAAPA faculty. In 2020, Hope was the recipient of the Peggy Van Praagh Scholarship after displaying outstanding progress in her training. After completion of her Bachelors degree in 2021, she took up a position with Link Dance Company to further her dance training and has since completed her Honours degree. Hope was involved in a number of dance works during her tutelage including; Graham Watson’s ‘Bodyline’ in 2020, ‘Moonlight Suite’ by Kim McCarthy and Leanne Stojmenov in 2021 and Meryl Tankards ‘Chants de Mariage’ in 2022.

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