Kelsey Sutton According to her parents, Kelsey has been dancing since she could walk, although the specific styles have multiplied over the years. She grew up clogging and flatfooting, traditional percussive dances from the Appalachian Mountains, both of which are still her primary dance forms. She was on the Cole Mountain Cloggers for 13 years, during which the team won 9 State Championships in Southern Appalachian clogging. She also taught clogging for four years through the Junior Appalachian Musicians program. In addition to clogging and flatfooting, Kelsey loves two-stepping, swing dancing, salsa, bachata, tap dancing, Sean Nós, old-style Irish step-dancing, and Scottish step-dancing. Kelsey is currently getting her MA in Dance Performance at the University of Limerick in Ireland.
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