Blues Dancing Classes & Live Blues @Bassy

When:
April 3, 2017 @ 17:30
2017-04-03T17:30:00+02:00
2017-04-03T17:45:00+02:00
Where:
Bassy Club
Schönhauser Allee 176A
10119 Berlin
Germany
Cost:
€12
Contact:
Leanna Peled Rozen

Dear Dancing Folk!

Blues Dancing Classes w/ Leanna are back @Bassy!!
Starting March 6th!

Here is the program and levels.
After which, you are welcome to enjoy our live blues jam show!!! 

19:00-20:00- Muddy Waters:
In this class you’ll continue to improve and expand the techniques you learned in the Shakey Jake level track, to transform from “textbook dancing” to creative dancing, deepen your musicality, and enhance your partnered connection.
This class is also suitable if you have previous Blues dance experience and a strong grasp for the concepts, that are taught in the Shakey Jake track. If you are unsure, please feel free to contact and you’ll you find your spot.
***Please sign up with Partners, if you don’t have a partner PM me.

20:00-21:00- Shakey Jake:
Unlike many dances, Blues dancing is defined by it’s aesthetic of movement and not the amount of steps you know.
In this class you’ll learn the foundation on which you can build and develop your Blues dancing. Shakey Jake is a 3-month track, and in each month we will focus on one of the foundation pillars – pendulum, alignments, and musicality. As you go through the track you’ll be able to practice these pillars in a solo and a partnered context.
***Please sign up with Partners, if you don’t have a partner PM me.

This is a 3 month program.
Duration of class: 55 min

Prices:
Per month- 1 weekly class~ 40€,
Per month- 2 weekly classes~ 75€,

Per three months- 1 weekly class~ 100€
Per three months- 2 weekly classes~ 185€

About Blues Dancing:
Blues Dancing is a family of historical dances, that developed alongside and were danced to blues music. As the variety of Blues music is great, so are the styles of dance.

Originating from African movement and Tribal Dance, passed down through generations were revised, recombined, and given new flourishes as the music changed so did the movement, but keeping similar elements marks the African-­American dance vocabulary.

The Dance started from solo movement (Tribal Dance), but with time, influenced by surroundings and copying the white dancers, evolved as a couples dance. Today danced in full body contact allowing people to enjoy the dance from the most basic form and up to the most “Peacocking” moves.

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See you all there,
Leanna.