Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN


May 5, 2014

Ms. Cam's to present annual recital May 10

CROSSVILLE — Students and staff of Ms. Cam's Studio ("Crossville Center of Dance") will present their 16th annual recital performance Saturday, May 10, in the Stone Memorial High School auditorium. Show times are 2 and 6:30 p.m.

The performance, "Dancing on the Air," highlights the talents of 150 students. The recital will feature ballet, tap, jazz, modern, creative movement, hip hop and a "Studio Dads and Guys" number, which promises to be a show stopper. In addition, returning students will be featured in an alumnae number.

Director Cameron Hill has enjoyed working with the staff and students to plan this performance, which features music from different radio formats (top 40, country, R&B, easy listening, rock, gospel and classical). Choreography from staff members Rachel Hawn, Sarah Padgett, Betsy Collins, Tricia Evans and Camille Conner will be featured as well as that from guest choreographer Anna Hill and Ashley Gentry.

Hill and her staff would like to express their appreciation to the studio family, friends and studio sponsors who make the dance program possible and who share in the studio's commitment of providing an enriching experience for the children of this community.

Tickets may be purchased at the studio at 56 South Main St. in downtown Crossville or at the door on the date of the performance. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life.

Ms. Cam's Studio specializes in quality training with an element of fun in a safe and nurturing environment. The studio was recently voted best dance studio in the Chronicle's Readers' Choice Awards.

For more information about the performance, the studio's summer session, registration for the 2014-'15 studio year, contact Hill at 484-8380.

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