The Arthur Murray Dance Studo has been setting the standard since 1912. Dedicated to Excellence in teaching and the highest degree of customer satisfaction. Using the three-way teaching method, which combines private lessons, group lessons, and parties to practice what you learn, you can set your own pace, while learning in a fun environment.We offer dance lessons of all kinds: ballroom, ballroom dancing, waltz, tango, rumba, cha cha, country, disco, salsa, swing, and twist just to name a few. Not only will you improve your dancing, it’s a fun way to exercise, get healthy, and who knows? Find romance!Whether you’re getting ready for a wedding, a competition we’re here to teach you in fun, relaxed environment.
Katya Faris teaches beginner-professional how to Bellydance! She is an accomplished performer and teacher of 15 years, and focuses on Egyptian Raqs Sharki, Turkish Orientale, and American Cabaret styles. Instruction is currently at the Windfall Dance Studio, Classes are taught in 4 wk. sessions, and are $55/month prepaid. Level 1, Tuesdays at 6:45, and Level 2, Sundays at 3pm. To register for Level 1, contact Windfall; to register for Level 2,
Windfall is governed by a Board of Directors (made up of people like you) which oversees financial aspects of the organization, develops long-range planning, and oversees the Business Manager and Artistic Director. The Business Manager handles day to day finances and school scheduling and the Artistic Director serves as a liaison to the community. Members of the adult performing company collectively make decisions concerning the artistic direction of the organization.Windfall Dancers’ programming has been extremely diverse, not only serving a wide distribution of ages, but also attracting audiences of varying artistic sensibilities. Currently, Windfall Dancers performs over 20 times per year including two major productions and several outreach performances.
Fiddle ‘n’ Feet is Jamie Gans on fiddle and Tamara Loewenthal on feet. We are committed to presenting the very best in percussive dance and traditional music from North America and the Celtic countries. We dance, we sing, we play fiddle, mandolin, banjo, guitar, jaw harps and more! Our songs and music range from Old Time Appalachian to Irish to French Canadian. In performance, we showcase a variety of step dance styles, from American clogging to English wooden shoe clogging to French Canadian reels and waltzes. We also teach percussive and traditional styles of dance, including calling and playing for square and contra dances. Rhythm is an important component of our work, whether drumming with feet or with our hands against our bodies. We engage our audiences and our students in the joy of movement and sound.
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