My name is Kay Lynn, I am a game programmer as well as model and dancer from San Antonio, Texas. I have been modeling since 2009 and started dancing in the summer of 2011. I am now the head dancer of a cosplay dance group called The Syrins, we travel around Texas performing for conventions, festivals, and other various events. |
I teach a fitness dance class called KayDance that focuses on performing high energy dance moves that will get you in shape. I also conduct free dance panels at conventions to help spread my love and passion as well as give back to the community that supports me.
On my down time I am either programing video games or playing them, I am huge geek and proud of it. I love to learn so I'm always expanding my knowledge about something new and will never let anyone limit my abilities or tell me that I can't achieve something. My true love in life is music though. I feel it flow through me with every step I take and with each turn, from the notes I play or the words I sing, music surrounds me. It even is found in the ink that fills my little black book of poems.
The Syrins: www.facebook.com/thesyrins
I had a wonderful time at Texas Comicon performing with The Syrins, it was a huge success even with all the technical difficulties. So I would like to share the new dance videos from our performance! Please subscribe and check out The Syrins YouTube channel to see everyone's performances, they were all amazing!
The Syrins - facebook.com/thesyrins
Youtube - youtube.com/thesyrins
Behind the scenes/About the show:
I started off the show with a solo belly dance, I was originally suppose to perform with some of the other girls but things didn't pan out as we hoped so I ended up doing a solo. It was really scary to be the first one up and I was pretty nervous, but in the end I had fun. I danced in 4 songs total with costume changes and by the end I was pretty exhausted! In the last song I realized that I forgot my swing shoes and decided to dance barefoot, that was a challenge since it was such a fast swing song. haha
We had a lot of difficulties with the audio that day and so most of us had to improvise and make due with what we had. We didn't have a monitor so hear the music while we were on stage and all the music was going through a mono channel verses stereo so you may notice the sound to be a little strange, many of the instruments including the percussion were not audible. At one point of the time the music just cut out completely and people thought we were done with our performance. However in the end "The show must go on!" and so next time we were take more percausions to insure we have all of what we need for an awesome performance!
Even with all the stress, we still had fun and everyone loved us! We were able to showcase a large range of dance styles and get more people interested in dance! The show was a huge success and we walked away with our heads held high! I would like to thank everyone for the support and can't wait till our next show! <3