Bouge Workshop: Jazz Super Fun Times with holly Greco!

MainLine Theatre

Jazz Super Fun Times is a dance class meant for those who want to get moving and learn beginner skills in dance technique in a safe, open space. Dance experience is not required, but rather we invite those who want to have fun, get exercise and dance to Beyonce. Take it to try the class out, as holly will be offering weekly classes all winter long!

Pay-What-You-Can
Advance registration (recommended): boxoffice@montrealfringe.ca!
Tuesday, January 16 from 7PM-8PM
MainLine Gallery (3905 Boulevard Saint-Laurent)
Cet atelier sera offert en anglais seulement.
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holly Greco has been a dance teacher for over a decade, and a dancer for two. She has trained in jazz, ballet, tap, hiphop, music theatre, and has a degree from Concordia University in Contemporary Dance. She has taught dance, with a focus on Jazz, in Montreal to students of all ages and levels. She loves teaching dance to beginners and promoting body posiotivity while watching her students fall in love with dance and movement. She also really loves pop music and plays it loud n' proud in all of her classes.

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Mardi 16 Janvier 2018 / 19:00

60 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 13+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 60 minutes

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