Workshops | 2018
Choreographer Ryan Francois is popularly known for his choreography for STRICTLY COME DANCING and SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE
Moe Sakan has had professional training in many types of dance, including jazz, ballet, tap and contemporary dance. In 1999 Moe fell in love with the Lindy Hop, since then this has been her dance of choice.
"Most people know me as a pragmatic person who loves to try and apply new ideas. Often these ideas are based on my interest areas such as science, psychology or one of my many non-fiction audio-books."
Taking the classic rhythms and moves as the foundation, she challenges herself to keep them alive through her own perspective and interpretation.
Simon discovered the world of swing in Beijing in 2009 where he was studying Chinese culture and language. He immediately fell in love with the different styles of this dance: Lindy Hop, Charleston, Solo Jazz, Balboa, Shag and Blues.
Ari and Simon are an elegant, athletic and playful partnership. Their dance is based on a strong respect of the music and of each other as dancers. Their style and sense of fun shines through in the way they dance, perform and teach.
Henric & Joanna
This phenomenal couple has a lots of teaching experience and they share a love and enthusiasm for the dance and know how to present it for an audience as well as for students at a workshop.
Gerard & Anna
Anna Portell started when she was a child dancing ballet and, having tried different dancing styles, she found her passion in lindy hop, solo jazz, electroswing and hip hop.
Gerard Nevot started dancing ballroom styles and tango at the age of 10. Gerard has dedicated 12 years to these disciplines winning the Catalunya Championship (2003) and European Championship (2007). His experience follows as a dancing teacher until the moment he discovers Lindyhop.
Professor Cunningham & his old school