Dancers show­case their skills

Macclesfield Express - - MOTORING -

MEM­BERS of a dance school busted their best moves as part of a show­case.

Sylk Dance Academy, based in Bro­ken Cross, cel­e­brated its 6th an­niver­sary with more than 100 chil­dren per­form­ing to friends and fam­ily.

The young­sters aged three to 16 came showed off their street dance, com­mer­cial street dance, cheer­lead­ing, break­dance and con­tem­po­rary dance moves.

One of the high­lights in­cluded the all-boys break­dance group.

Teacher Rikki Prince said: “The boys are a plea­sure to teach and they work in­cred­i­bly hard in class to get some great re­sults.”

The Street Totz group, fea­tur­ing chil­dren aged three to six, was an­other hit mo­ment for the 300 spec­ta­tors.

Rikki added: “The show was an op­por­tu­nity for the dancers who are part of the dance school to per­form and dis­play their achieve­ments over the last year.”

Mean­while, the Sylk Dance Academy com­pe­ti­tion team ‘Haz­ard’ cel­e­brated a third place in the BDO Bri­tish Street Dance Cham­pi­onships in Black­pool. The com­pe­ti­tion also saw two solo dancers mak­ing it to the soloist fi­nals.

The academy’s dance teams are now pre­par­ing for their next com­pe­ti­tion on may 24.

For more in­for­ma­tion on classes please visit the web­site www. sylk­dancea­cademy@ hot­

The dance school was started by Amy May­ers, 28, in 2009.

It runs classes at Fal­li­b­roome Academy, Macclesfield Leisure Cen­tre, Bro­ken Cross Club and We­ston Com­mu­nity Cen­tre.

●● The all-boys break­dance group, inset, three-year-old Mila-Brooke Caf­ferky, a mem­ber of the Street Totz group

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