Fiona started dancing at age 5 in a little ballet school in Port Hedland. After moving to Perth, she also studied in Jazz and Tap. Fiona sat examinations in CSTD & RAD and in 1996 received her Full Teaching Diplomas in CSTD Theatrical and Tapping. Fiona opened the All That Jazz Dance Studio at the tender age of 17, after completing her High School Year 12.
Fiona has danced for over 35 years and has had the All That Jazz Dance Studio for 24 years. She has her Full Teaching Diplomas in CSTD Tap & Theatrical. Fiona also has her First Aid Certificate and has her Police Clearance and her WWCC. She trained in Classical Ballet (CSTD, RAD, BBO) Tap & Modern Jazz. She specializes in Tap dance having trained with the likes of Tarik Winston, Chris Horsey, Christine Denny, Sean Robinson to name a few. Fiona worked at the Civic Theatre Restaurant in Perth for 4 years and was a backup dancer for International Elvis Impersonator ‘Max Pelicano’.
Fiona has also choreographed and performed in many Perth Productions such as 42nd St, Chicago, Cabaret, Cats & Annie. She also performed onstage in 2012 with Chris Horsey for the International Tap Festival in Melbourne, in a piece called ‘The Orchestra’ and in a Perth produced tap show called ‘Sole Mates’ in 2015 at the Perth Fringe Festival. Fiona has also performed in LA. Fiona won the 2012 Perth State Championship Choreography award for her tap routine ‘Sevenation Army’.
Fiona teaches all forms of dance as well as still travelling interstate and overseas to take workshops. She has just returned from LA & New York where she trained at Broadway Dance Centre and The Edge Performing Arts Centre.
Fiona loves to teach the art of Dance to all ages. Happy Dancing Miss Fiona xxx
Jodi began dancing at the ‘All That Jazz Dance Studio’ under the direction of Fiona Scott at the age of 11. Throughout her time at All That Jazz, Jodi has successfully completed all CSTD Tap Medal exams, Theatrical Grades and numerous exams in Classical Ballet up to the Major Grades. Jodi began gaining experience as a student teacher at the age of 16, and has been a qualified CSTD teacher since completing her Theatrical Teaching Certificate in 2013. Jodi will be working towards successfully achieving her full Teaching Diplomas in Tap and Theatrical in the near future.
Jodi has enjoyed performing in numerous floorshows, competitions and concerts in Perth, and still loves to further her training through taking technique and open dance classes both nationally and internationally. In the recent years, Jodi has taken many classes in tap, jazz and ballet in Sydney and Adelaide, as well as in Los Angeles and New York City.
Along with her dance teaching, Jodi is also studying a Bachelor of Education (Primary) at Edith Cowan University. The highlight of her degree thus far has been gaining valuable teaching experience through working in various Primary Schools, and being exposed to a vast variety of teaching and learning environments. Jodi also holds a current Working With Children Check, National Police History Check and CPR Certificate. She is set to complete her Bachelor of Education degree in 2017.
Jodi has been privileged to receive an incredible amount of quality training and support as a student at All That Jazz, and feels so honoured to now be a teacher as well. She cannot think of any greater place to both teach and dance at. Jodi wishes to evoke a love for dance in all of her students, through her attention to detail and technique, her caring nature, and her own love for the performing art.
Tash’s introduction to dance began at the early age of 3 years old at a small studio in Toowoomba, QLD. At the age of 7, after moving to Perth, she commenced dancing at All That Jazz Dance Studio. Throughout her dancing years at All That Jazz, Tash completed all of her CSTD Theatrical Exams, including her Dorothy Gladstone shield, numerous Tap Medals and Classical Ballet Exams and has participated in many competitions throughout her dancing journey. To further her dancing career, Tash completed a Cert IV in Commercial Dance at the Australian Performing Arts Network in 2015, continuing on in 2016 to complete her Advanced Diploma in Commercial Dance.
Tash has had training in all genres of Commercial and Broadway Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Tap, Ballet, Hip Hop, Acro and Musical Theatre.
Tash has also travelled to Sydney’s Australian Dance Festival several times where she has performed on stage and participated in workshops conducted by Australia’s leading artists in the industry. She has also performed alongside Rachael Beck and Rob Mills in the Opening of Telethon 2015, performed on stage in the Dance Ensemble for the Australian Performing Art Network’s High School Musical at the Regal Theatre in 2015 and has had corporate work with the City of Perth.
Tash’s drive and passion for dance has always been very strong. Her motivation and desire to teach is a reflection of the professional dance training received from Fiona Scott throughout her dancing years at All That Jazz.
Tash hopes to encourage and inspire students to develop and create their own personal style in all genres of dance and also help them towards achieving their own dreams and goals.
Denae began dancing at the age of 18 months old and furthered her training at All That Jazz at the age of 5. During her time at All That Jazz Denae has effectively completed all CSTD Theatrical exams, multiple Classical Ballet grades, Tap medals and the Dorothy Gladstone shield. She has participated in multiple concerts, showcases, telethon 2014, floorshows and competitions (including nationals competitions).
Denae began teaching as an assistant helper in 2014 and pursued as a student teacher as of 2015. To begin a career as a dancer Denae has completed a Cert 3 in Dance (Stage 3AB) and is currently completing a Full time Cert IV in Commercial Dance.
Through travelling to Sydney since 2011 to participate in Brent Street’s summer camp and Australia’s Dance Festival, Denae has also gained experience through all different genres as well as the tremendous training given by All That Jazz. Through travelling to Sydney in 2015 to attend Australia’s Dance Festival to appear in workshops, she then received a callback audition from Brent Street Full time in Sydney.
Throughout her time with All That Jazz, Denae has been privileged to be given the opportunity to attend classes with choreographers from all over the world. The time spent at All That Jazz, Denae has grown as a dancer through the training and support given to her by Fiona Scott and has influenced her to become a proud teacher.
She hopes that she can influence the students to be the best version of them-selves through every aspect, she also hopes her passion and love for dance inspires them. Denae’s main goal is to motivate the students to find themselves through dance and be the greatest performer they can be.