the Edge dance studio showcase is a massive success
17th January 2016
The Edge Dance Studio in Thurso marked its 6 month opening with showcase performance at Mount Pleasant school on the 17th of December infront of a sell out crowd. Around 100 studio members, (kids from the age of 2 right up to adults) performed on the night, showcasing 11 different dance styles.
A Prize Presentation followed the show in which each studio member was presented with a medal for their success over the past 6 months and winners were chosen from each weekly class.
On the night the Top prize was the Edge Dance Studio Scholarship. The winner was Brooke Kay who now trains privately for free and gets the chance to represent the studio at major dancing events and competitions throughout Scotland.
Edge dance studio Class winners for 2015
Studio Scholarship for 2016 - Brooke Kay.
Overall Studio Junior Winner (9 years and under) - Ruby Mann.
Overall Studio Senior Winner (10 years and over) - Laya Cowie.
Edge Elite Class Winner – Charli Alexander.
Rush,dance Class Winner – Beth Mackay.
Disney Tots Class Winner – Chloe Moncur.
Mini Movers Class Winner – Breagha Kirk.
Frozen Class Winner – Sophie Laird.
Cheerdance Junior Winner – Keira Gunn.
Cheerdance Senior Winner – Rachel Pearson.
Disco Freestyle Junior Winner – Jaiya Young.
Disco Freestyle Senior Winner – Jayden Ramsey.
Stage winner – Darcie Millar.
Lyrical/Slow Dance Winner – Josi Young.
Contemporary winner – Chloe MacGregor.
Breakdance junior winner – Alexander Pottinger.
Breakdance Senior Winner – Tyler Hutton.
Breakdance open winner – Troy Giles.
Street dance Beginner junior Winner – Keeley Trotter.
Street dance Beginner Senior Winner – Kaitlyn Henderson.
Street dance Beginner Open Winner – Ava Cook.
Street dance Advanced Winner – Teoni Sutherland.
Flips & tricks Junior Winner – Nathan Tait.
Flips & Tricks Senior Winner – Ailsa Nicol.
Lead choreographer Rebecca Miller was exceptionally proud of everyones achievements and performances on the night. ‘The majority of these kids had no dance experience until they came to the studio.. and to be able to put on a show like this is 6 months is amazing!!
Willie Miller (Street, Breakdance Flips and Tricks teacher) I am extremely proud of not only all the kids that took part on the night but also of all the hard work and dedication that Rebecca puts in to each and every child and all the time and effort she spent putting the show together, it really was a fantastic night.
It all started 6 years ago with Rush.dance teaching Street and Breakdance and now it has grown so much over the last 6 months with the studio now offering lots of other dance styles to the Highlands.
Missing from picture
Kaitlyn Henderson and Ailsa Nicol