Beginning Foxtrot Lessons (4/13,4/20,4/27)

When: 4/13, 4/20 & 4/27, 8:00pm
Social Dancing after lessons until 10:00pm
Where: Cal Poly 05-225 (Click here for maps & parking info)
Who: Everybody and anybody! No partner necessary. No experience necessary.
Cost: Free!
Harry Fox introduced the Foxtrot into the mainstream in 1913 in his Vaudeville Routine. As “Fox’s Trot” was embraced by the social dancers of the time, it became simply the Foxtrot. Foxtrot is both, beautiful and romantic, yet playful. It is most often danced to any syncopated 4/4 rhythm. Foxtrot is a great dance for beginners; it feels like a stroll in the park…with some rhythm thrown in. The basic beginner rhythm of Foxtrot is Slow-Slow-Quick-Quick. Higher-level patterns are often danced Slow, Quick-Quick.

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