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DANCERS IN RESIDENCE
With the “Dancers in Residance”-program [DIR], IG HOP intends to offer a new concept for the Lindy Hop scene.
We invite Lindy Hop dancers and instructors for a two-month residency in Vienna
# to share their know-how, experience and ideas
# to teach the local comunity
# to have time and space to focus on their own artistic work and development
The DIR focusses on dancers with an innovative and contemporary approach towards Lindy Hop.
DIR#1 FINAL WEEKEND
with Dargoff & Brittany
Saturday @ Garage X:
Vienna Swing Dj Battle 2012
(Information & registration: firstname.lastname@example.org)
11:00-13:00 Solo Jazz/Charleston
14:00-16:00 Airsteps (Level C-Z only)
11:00-13:00 Slow Lindy
14:00-16:00 Jams & Competition (Level C-Z only)
Whole Package (Parties + Workshops): EUR 90,- (!)
Parties + 2 Workshops – Package: EUR 55,-
Single Workshop: 26,-
Information & registration: email@example.com
weekly trainings on tuesday & wednesday in October and November 2012
02.10.2012 – 28.11.2012
8 weeks x 1,5h = 12hof Lindy Hop with Michael “Dargoff” Darigol [US] & Brittany Johnson [US]
first come – first serve!
we proudly announce our first edition of the “Dancers in Residence” – program with: Michael “Dargoff” Darigol [US] & Brittany Johnson [US]
They caught our attention for the first time with their showcase at the ILHC 2011, for us one of the most “creative” performances of recent years. but also at the J&Js and other showcases they impress with a very unstressed and casual yet at the same time highly intent and creative dance style.
1st Place – Slow Dance Couples ESDC 2012
2nd Place – Solo Charleston Camp Jitterbug 2012
1st Place – All-Star Jack & Jill at Lone Star Championships 2011
1st Place – Strictly Blues at Lone Star Championships 2011
Michael “Dargoff” Darigol wants you to do the lindy hop. He has been dancing and performing in the swing dance community since 2003. Dargoff travels far and wide to perform, compete and social dance. With a clear passion and love for the dance he has volunteered his time to promote lindy hop locally, nationally and internationally, and serve as an organizer for multiple events. Since 2007, he has been teaching dance in the Seattle area. His instruction ranges from Lindy Hop and Charleston, to Solo Authentic Jazz and Blues.
Although he has spent a great deal of time and effort training and practicing, it’s regular social dancing that keeps his dancing tuned. While on the social floor, jazz and athleticism exude as Dargoff displays the passion, joy and humor of his unique lindy hop style. http://www.dargoff.com
Brittany Johnson began dancing in Seattle in 2004 and has been hooked ever since, dancing and competing locally, nationally and internationally. she has been teaching in the Seattle area since 2008. she is known for bringing a playful attitude, unique style and athleticism to the social dance floor, the performance stage, and in all of her classes. Brittany offers instruction in Swing Dancing, Lindy Hop, Charleston, and Authentic Jazz Movement. even though she has devoted countless hours to practicing and improving, her true passion lies on the social dance floor, where her creativity and joy shine.
Here you find exact level descriptions. We ask you to please be fair and place yourself at the level that best suits your abilities. If you are in doubt about the right level, you are welcome to get back to us.
I have seen Lindy Hop before, I love the music and am top-motivated.
I have enthusiastically been dancing Lindy Hop regularly for less than a year and know just about how a swing out works. I know 6-count-basics, 8-count-basics, and charleston basics, and maybe even some fancy variations.
I’ve been dancing Lindy Hop for about a year, both in trainings and social events, feel good about my musicality in dance, I freely combine and vary the moves I’ve learned.
I dance a lot and have already been to a couple of international workshops, I can dance to fast tempos (185 bpm+) and sometimes invent my own variations while dancing.
I dance a lot and don’t think about steps anymore while social dancing. When the tempo gets high my dancing doesn’t get hectic, I work a lot on the quality and fine-tuning of the basics.