Hit That Jive Productions

A Non-Profit Arts Organization

Promoting Social Dancing, Performance, and Theatre

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Autumn Rhythm 2019

Autumn Rhythm is a weekend workshop that focuses on swing-era dances of the 1930's and 40's, with special guest instructors Lauren Smith & Peter Flahiff from Southern California, Jasper Palfree from Boulder, CO, and Edmonton’s own Julie Kiraly.

Date: Nov 8-10, 2019!

Registration is now open.

https://swingtix.ca/

Workshop Details:

8 Hours of Classes
2 Social Dances
Lindy Hop, Balboa, and more!

This year we are excited to offer a "Choose Your Own Adventure" style workshop! We will have classes and suggested level descriptions, but you get to decide which classes you take throughout the weekend!

This weekend is recommended for dancers level intermediate and above.

Space is limited! No refunds or credits available.

Pricing details:

$125 ONE DAY SALE PRICE (limit of 20) - starts on May 21st at noon Alberta time --> SOLD OUT!
$135 Early Bird (limit of 20) - starting May 22nd at noon AB time
$145 - starting Aug 6th OR when the early bird price sells out
$155 - starting Oct 7th at noon AB time
$165 - at the door (upon availability)

Schedule (subject to change):

Friday Evening Social Dance: 9pm to midnight (location TBA)
Saturday Classes: 12-5pm at Foot Notes Dance Studio
Saturday Evening Social Dance: 9pm to midnight at Foot Notes
Sunday Classes: 12-5pm at Foot Notes Dance Studio

CLASSES:
Lindy Hop Essentials
Rhythm is our Business
Switch It Up
Slides
Listening & Follower Voice
Move Creation
California-style Lindy Hop

Balboa Fundamentals 1 - Pure Bal
Balboa Fundamentals 2 - Bal-Swing
Classic Favourites
Advanced Essentials

Charleston
Collegiate Shag

Schedule coming soon!

Code of Conduct:
By attending this event, you agree to adhere to the behavioural expectations as outlined on our website, here: http://www.hitthatjive.ca/code-of-conduct/


Hit That Jive Productions is supported by the Edmonton Arts Council and the City of Edmonton. 

Hit That Jive Productions is also supported by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and the Government of Alberta.