Lindy Hop 5wk Series August

http://www.swingvirginia.com/Classes/LindyHop1-AT.html

Thursdays in August 1st - 29th.  5-week Progressive Series in August.  Doors open at 6:30p - Lessons at 7:00p sharp!

Learn the dance that has been keeping people on their toes for almost a century!  From the streets of Harlem back in the 1920s, to the silver screen, and now at the Attucks Theatre.  Only $45 for our 5-week.  (discount for repeaters)

From zero to Swingout in no time!

LINDY HOP The Grandaddy of Swing!
WHEN: Thursdays 7p-8p • August 1st-29th
WHERE: Attucks Theatre, 1010 Church Street, Norfolk, VA
COST: $45 • $40 students
Discounts for Lindy Veterans and Repeaters! (email jeff)

No Partners? No Experience? No Problem!
This is a Beginner/Novice level series where all we need is YOU. If you are new to Lindy Hop, a little rusty, or haven't danced in awhile - this series is for you.

7:00p LINDY HOP PROGRESSIVE SERIES
Jump into some fun and be ready to tear up the dance floor in no time! This progressive class will teach you the basic patterns of the 8-ct Swingout. Then each week you'll continue to learn new moves, new patterns, and new combinations to keep your dance bag-o-tricks growing. Giving you enough "Lindy Tools" to keep you dancing on the first night.

Swing into some fun and you'll be ready to tear up the dance floor in no time! Lindy Hop evolved in the late 1920s as a street dance where people gatehred together and danced to jazz and big band music. It is characterized by an 8-count slotted "swingout". This style emphasises on improvisation and the ability to easily adapt to include other steps in 8-count and 6-count rhythms. It has been danced to almost every conceivable style of music: slow or fast. vintage or modern.

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