SYTYCD Australia Contestants Sharing Their Hot Moves in Tasmania

By Alice Claridge

HUNDREDS of young Hobart dancers have been wowed by four of Australia’s favourite dancers this week.

Girls and boys from five to 25 years of age have been showing off their moves at a workshop being run by contestants from the television show So You Think You Can Dance.

Since leaving the show Hilton Dennis, BJ Rorke, Sean Robinson and Stephen Tannos have formed their own business, which is taking them around the country for the workshops.

Tannos, 21 of Sydney said the group had been impressed by the dancers attending at Moonah (Tasmania).

“It’s been really great. I think it’s the best workshop we’ve done so far,” Tannos said.

“The dancers are of a really high calibre, and they are really committed.

“I love that they are so eager to learn and try new styles of dancing.”

The workshop, which concludes today, covered tap, jazz, contemporary, hip-hop and break dancing.

“Our styles are quite blended, so I think the students have benefited from something a bit new,” Tannos said.

“Hobart dancers have got as much potential as those in Sydney.”

Source: The Mercury (Tasmania)