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Learn To Dance In A Day – Solo Jazz

A workshop of solo jazz and charleston for all!
Come along for a day of tremendous fun and movement set to dazzlingly joyful music.
 Explore vintage solo dance of the swing era
 Build skills and confidence in rocking out rhythms on your own and with a partner
 No experience necessary
Start from scratch and spend a day with Shaunie, who’ll get you stomping, shimmying, jazzing and jamming with glee. You’ll be dancing happily ever after!

 

WHEN & WHERE

Date: Saturday 17 February 2018
Venue: Next Level Studios (Upstairs studio)
325 Victoria St, Brunswick VIC 3056

 

SCHEDULE AND CONTENT

1.15pm: Check in
1.30 – 3.45pm: learn some fun solo Charleston moves and technique for expressing yourself to jazz music. (2hrs dancing plus rest/drink breaks)

 

COST AND REGISTERING

$35 per person

Attendance is by online registration only, via Trybooking.
Please note that Trybooking is not an app, and may not work well on mobile devices. For optimum results, register on a computer.
Registrations will close at 12pm on Friday 16 February.

This workshop is SOLD OUT. No more online passes available, and no door sales.
Stay tuned for another Solo Jazz workshop coming up.

 

WHAT TO EXPECT

Our Dance in a Day workshop will teach you some introductory moves and technique that will allow you to build your confidence and improve your dance skills.

What is solo jazz? Check out these inspiring clips:

Spirit Moves

Jazz Roots, Paris

Montreal Swing Riot

 

WHAT TO BRING

Comfortable shoes (most swing dancers don’t wear heels), water bottle, snacks, mints, deodorant, spare t-shirt, small towel, band aids – swing dancing is exercise, and you may well break a sweat, so be prepared.

 

No partner required

This is solo dancing, so we won’t be dancing with partners – but we’ll all be sharing the same fun learning experience, so you’ll meet some new people and learn some new moves.

 

Your Teacher


(photo credit: Mark Rotondella)

Shaunie de Little was first bitten by the dancing bug at a blues gig in Adelaide. Studying the full spectrum of jazz dance styles, Shaunie has taught lindy hop, balboa and blues, first in Adelaide and now in Melbourne, where she also performs as a member of Hot Jam. An experienced competitor, taking the floor both at home and internationally to share her dancing joy, Shaunie has a passion for solo movement, rhythm, and the importance of individual expression.

 

Cancellations and Refunds

Some of our venues have a fixed capacity so we close off places for participants at a set point. For this reason, cancellations and refunds are not possible without 24 hours notice as we may have turned away other dancers. Thanks for understanding.
Where applicable, a full or partial refund (less administration fee) may be available up to close of registrations. Contact info@swingpatrol.com.au
After close of registration, no refunds will be issued.
We are pretty friendly and approachable so send an email and hopefully we can assist you!

 

Learn To Dance In A Day is a great first step on your Jazz dance journey.
After the workshop we’ll add you to our newsletter so you can get a sense of what we offer and where to take your next steps as a dancer.

See also:
Learn To Dance In A Day – Lindy Hop
Learn To Dance In A Day – Balboa & Collegiate Shag
Learn To Dance In A Day – Blues