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folk dance for beginners - level 2

16 Mar 2024 – 13:00-18:00

GC De Maalbeek
rue Général Leman 118
Generaal Lemanstraat 118
1040 Etterbeek
Belgium
Teacher : Sophie Lepoutre
Target audience : Beginner
Workshop organised by Frisse Folk
Spots available
Normal price 45,00€
Discount price if you don’t work 35,00€
Social price 20,00€
Fair trade price 55,00€
Compensation 0,00€
Discount students 20,00€

Workshop folk dance for beginners – level 2  – Sophie Lepoutre

 

Programme

In this workshop for beginners and "semi-beginners", we discover the most common folk dances of level 2 .

  • The basic steps of the waltz, andro and rondeau in pairs
  • A quick review of the basic principles of leading and following
  • A few simple variations for the scottish, mazurka and/or jig
  • If there's time: Quickly brush up on the other dances from the Level 1 course (cercle circassien, gavotte de l'Aven, polka and hanterdro).

 

We pay a lot of attention to a good dancing posture and, if necessary, to unlearning "bad dancing habits". This makes this workshop not only suitable for beginners, but also for people who have been going to balls and festivals for a while, but never learned waltz, andro and rondeau en couple in detail.
 



Continue learning after the workshop?
After this workshop you can join one of the groups of the current trimester. The dance teacher will tell you more about it.

In the evening, you can immediately apply what you have learned during the Queimada, the folk ball organised by our partner Muziekpublique. Info & tickets op hun website
 



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Practical Info

Meal

We suggest all participants bring something for tea. Potluck!

The bar will be open throughout the day. Frisse Folk offers water for free 

Language

Our workshops in Brussels are usually given in French, with translations into Dutch or English if necessary. Sophie speaks multiple languages, so you will get individual feedback in the language of your choice.

LEVEL

You need to have followed a level 1 workshop or term of classes 

This course is also of interest to dancers who have been attending balls or festivals for some time without ever having studied the waltz, andro or rondeau in detail as a couple.

Dance Partner

It is never necessary to register as a couple for our dance workshops. 
Therefore, you can register alone, as a couple, with friends …

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