A perfect pick-me-up this Monday morning… Photos from the Meet Our Scene Ball!!https://t.co/EozfD5BsG7 https://t.co/0qXvi5XGoM
Blues dancing is the one of Melbourne’s great passions. It’s a slower dance that will have you moving to the music and exploring partner connection in a new exhilarating way. Sunday Blues Night features an amazing line up of guest teachers, DJs and live music, and is one of the best social dancing nights in town!
What to expect?
Blues night is a laid back Sunday night gig where people come to learn, dance, enjoy great music and socialize. Your first lesson will give you the skills to get onto the social dancing floor and have an amazing night straight away! Having different teachers each month helps to create a diverse scene and encourages different styles. The music ranges from rhythm & blues, blues & roots, slow swing, slow jazz, soul and a hint of gospel, trip-hop and more! Blues night often has the privilege of live music which adds amazing energy to the room. Expect good times.
Which level class should I do?
Level 1 is for new & experienced swing dancers who have never done blues dancing before. You will learn all you need to get onto the social floor, loads of moves & different styles.
Level 2 is for advanced blues dancers, who have been social dancing blues for many months. This class will be challenging and focus on the “art” of blues dancing.
Level 4 (monthly) is for dancers with quite a lot of blues experience. Alternatively, some blues experience mixed with a LOT of swing dance experience, so we can really spend the session nerding out. The focus will be on exploring concepts in our dancing, not on teaching moves and basics.
FREE Social Dancing
Join us for Blues social dancing from 8.30pm every Sunday!
Regular social dancing to great local DJs is FREE at Sunday Blues Night.
Please continue to support Blues at The Exford Hotel – buy a drink at the bar!
Watch some awesome blues dancing!
Australian Jitterbug Championships 2010: Blues division.
Sydney Student Routine
“But I Was Cool” by Julie & Tom 2008