Morven Douglas - Contemporary Dancer of the Year
We are delighted to be able to offer continuous support to student and dancer - Morven Douglas (19) of Stewarton, Ayrshire.
Morven started dancing at just two years old, and went on to train as a professional dancer in London when she was 16.
Later, she achieved a place in the Scottish Ballet Junior Associate Programme, which led to her becoming a full-time student at the Dance school of Scotland - Scotland's only centre of excellence for dance and musical theatre.
Gaining acceptance into the Central School of Ballet, London in 2012, Morven is now entering into her third year having gained high marks in ballet and contemporary assessments, as well as having her choreography piece showcased at the Platform theatre in London. This gave Morven a stepping-stone to gaining a place in the award-winning show 'Polaris' by choreographer Crystal Pite.
Having completed Central School of Ballet's annual show production this summer, Morven was delighted to be awarded the Contemporary Dancer of the Year award, and will succeed into her third year in London as of September 2015.
Morven would like to stress her thanks to Arnold Clark for the support during her time in London, which has helped her on her way to a most exciting career.