December 2016

December Progressive Series: Get Out Of Your Rut And Strut Taught by Keith Moore & Rose Spurrier  Getting out of your box and learning to express yourself in a partnership.  Join this all levels class with Keith and Rose for an interactive series for exploring the way you move to the music and with your partner and […]

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November 2016

KSDA Potluck & Swing Dance 6 pm @ Flynn Center Before you head off to join your families for Thanksgiving, join us at the Flynn Center this Saturday evening for a potluck with your Knoxville dance family!  Comment on the event page with what you plan on bringing! $5 admission November Progressive Series: Special Topics Taught by James […]

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October 2016

October Progressive Series: Dancing at Slow Tempos Taught by Kemper Talley & Aliceann Talley You have a lot of moves you’re comfortable with, but what happens when the music gets super fast or extremely slow? We’ll spend the month with Kemper and Aliceann playing with different kinds of movement and how to have a great partner dance at a wide […]

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September 2016

September Progressive Series: Intro to Lindy Hop Taught by Kemper Talley & Kamaryn Wilson Spend a month focusing on all the fundamentals of swing dancing! We’ll start from the bottom, create a strong foundation for having a fun and comfortable partner dance, and build fun and interesting moves and rhythms on top. This will be a great series […]

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August 2016

August Progressive Series: Balboa Taught by Kemper & Aliceann Talley  This month we’re bringing you the swing dance from Southern California in the 1930’s and 40’s. While Lindy Hop evolved with in the spacious Savoy Ballroom in Harlem, Balboa originated on crowded dance floors where leaving close position with your partner wasn’t allowed. First we’ll look at […]

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July 2016

July Progressive Series: Charleston  Taught by Jeremy Brantley & Jenna Newman  Come learn the Charleston this month at the KSDA.  First learn about original Charleston, the awesome dance from the 20s that turned into Lindy Hop!  Next we’ll cover Lindy Charleston, which evolved along side Lindy Hop in the Savoy Ballroom in the 30’s and 40’s.  Get comfortable dancing the […]

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