The Acro group (Skylar Hook, Madelyn Gavaga, Sarina Cox, Jillian Fredrickson, Gabby Kinvig, Avarey Bolduc, Marissa Taylor, Sierra Harris, Mady Hiltz, and Amelie Nelson) performs at the Krush Dance Company spring recital on April 27. Photo: Barbara Roden

Krush Dance recital gets audience toes tapping as well

More than 100 dancers wowed the sold-out crowd with wide variety of dance styles

More than 100 dancers aged six and up from the Krush Dance Company took to the HUB stage on April 27 for two spring recitals (the 28 members of the Twinkle Stars program, for dancers up to age five, performed at an earlier show).

Solos, duets, and group numbers in a variety of dance styles—jazz, hip hop, lyrical, acro, musical theatre, and tap—allowed the dancers to showcase their talent and hard work in front of hundreds of appreciative audience members.

A six-week dance session is now underway, with a different genre each week allowing participants to work on their skills and get a taste of different styles of dance. For information or to register contact the Ashcroft HUB at (250) 453-9177, email ashcrofthub@gmail.com, or visit the Krush Dance Company Facebook page.



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