Two hip-hop dance gurus from across the pond will be hosting workshops at Hemel Hempstead’s John F. Kennedy school in June.
Bobby Mileage and Brooklyn Terry, members of pioneering US street dance crew Elite Force, are joining local dance school United Grooves to share their skills and knowledge of street dance history in the John F. Kennedy dance studio.
Managing director of United Grooves Tania Diggory said: “We are so excited to provide dancers in the UK with this unique and inspiring opportunity.
“Bobby and Terry are world-renowned for their influence in the street dance industry and having lived through hip hop culture they offer a wealth of experience.
“They teach the true essence of hip hop and will be sharing their invaluable knowledge and insight on street dance history with us.”
The classes, which will be held on June 22, are predicted to be popular so booking is advised. Call Tania on 07969 552775, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is not the first time United Grooves have provided young dancers with the opportunity to work with world-renowned street dancers.
Previous workshops include classes with fellow Elite Force crew member Henry Link, Breakz from Flawless, Brooke of Street Dance 3D, Mechanikool from Got To Dance 2013 and Fred of The Realness.
United Grooves is hosting its first UK hip hop event from 1st to the 3rd November in London and will feature all four Elite Force crew members, who will be delivering a one-of-a-kind educational experience.
The event will focus on providing dancers, teachers and dance enthusiasts with unique and exciting opportunities to experience the origins of hip hop.
The event will include workshops, seminars, panel discussions, live performances, hip hop merchandise, competitions and more. You can register for your FREE PASS today at www.phd-events.com.
For more information, visit www.unitedgrooves.com.