Emily from Ms Dinaz Dance Studio

Emily from Ms Dinaz Dance Studio on stage at the McDonald's Sydney Eisteddfod. Photo: WinkiPoP Media

Hip Hoppers top the pops

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Hip Hop might not be the prettiest or most graceful form of dance, but it is physically challenging, often amazing and dancers revel in its moves. Hip Hop bowed into the McDonald’s Sydney Eisteddfod program in 2007 and now attracts a huge and enthusiastic following. 

This year, Krystal, Tanesha, and Emily from Ms Dinaz Dance Studio at Georges Hall took to its platform in the open age Hip Hop Duo or Trio event.  Bubbling with high spirits, the dancers gave the impression they were there to have fun.  Their smart-stepping routine was highly entertaining and by sharing their humour, enthusiasm and pizzazz with the audience, they succeeded in infusing their act with that elusive quality known as the x-factor.  

Not surprisingly, the girls won the event, and luckily enough Sydney Eisteddfod’s official photographer WinkiPop Media was on hand to capture their performance.

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Emily, Krystal and Tanesha from Ms Dinaz Dance Studio on stage at McDonald's Sydney Eisteddfod. Photo: WinkiPoP Media