LINDY HOP AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE
WEDNESDAY 25 MARCH
LED BY TEMUJIN GILL
A one-off workshop in Lindy Hop, the original high energy form of all jive and swing dances born from the social dance scene of 1930s America.
"Awesome, work out and have fun to the best Jazz music..." review of Temujin's Lindy Hop
This will be a challenging, fun and highly rewarding master class with one of UK's leading Lindy Hop and Jazz dance experts. Paying close attention to technique, skill and musicality, Temujin Gill's style of Lindy Hop focuses on the foundations of movement, energy and joy of engaging with others through dance. You will learn a challenging set sequence and go away with some great new skills and a good understanding for the language behind this rich and contagious partnered dance form.
Wednesday 25 March 6.30pm - 8.30pm
the Royal Academy of Dance, 36 Battersea Square, London, SW11 3
RAD members: £12
Spring Into Lindy: 15 February
All welcome, with or without a partner!!
- Location: Deptford Lounge, Library, 9 Giffin St, Lewisham, London SE8 4RJ (see map below)
- Times: 11am - 5pm (register from 10.30)
- Price: £45.00 (discounts from £40.50)
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A fun and challenging one-day intensive workshop, at both beginner and intermediate level, that will bring you into the vibrant world of Lindy Hop, the grandfather of all jive and swing dance forms. Temujin Gill and Sunanda Biswas will give you the foundations of technique and musicality encouraging you to find your own style and achieve your best.
General level Lindy Hop workshop course open to all dancers. Focusing on dance vocabulary, skills and technique in a supportive environment to give you the confidence to express yourself and comfortably dance to the groove. From these workshops you will also take away a repertoire of lead and follow techniques key to this contagious and interactive dance.
More challenging workshops suitable for intermediate to advanced dancers comfortable with Lindy turns/swing outs. It will feature more complex and varied partnered and solo combinations and some special choreographed sequences full of Temujin and Sunanda's own particular flavour of work.
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