Zydeco cajun dance lessons free
A group for anyone interested in social dancing learning and dancing to live Cajun and Zydeco bands right in Albany! We are planning a series of 5 dances (1028, 1125, 127, 324& 428), starting with lesson at 7: 30 PM and dancing 8 11 PM.
Grammywinning Zydeco Junkie Chubby Carrier& the Bayou Swamp Band return this year to serve as host and house band for the Festivals ZydecoCajun party Friday and Saturday on the Front Porch Stage. Between acts, Cascade Zydeco Association instructors will show you the moves! FRIDAY 11: 30Noon Lesson w Adam& Ali Grimshaw
Walker Cajun Fest Zydeco Lesson Demo by Bayoudancer. 1: 19. Play next; Play now; Zydeco 1 Review by Lilli Ann Part 2 Basic Zydeco Lesson by gbenusa. 9: 10. Play next; Play now; Learning to Zydeco by theadvertiser. 2: 12. Play next; Play now; CFCZ Zydeco Dance Lesson held on April 6, 2013 by John. 1: 18. Play next; Play now; Zydeco Dancing
Fran is a very popular CajunZydeco instructor, and in demand throughout Philly and the whole Northeast. The best thing about lessons with Fran is the fun youll have while learning. Available for beginning, intermediate and advanced private or group lessons, you can contact Fran at:
Greg Benusa has been teaching Zydeco, Cajun and Waltz as well other dances for over 15 years and hosted a weekly Zydeco dance for many years. He has recorded 4 Cajun& Zydeco Dance Instruction DVDs which are available through www. LearnZydeco. com and continues to teach across the country as well his home base in San Diego. Greg also regularly updates a Zydeco blog called Zydeco Talk.
Dancing by the Bayou established in 2008 by Sharon Schiliro and Michael Hart, promotes Cajun and Zydeco music and dance in the Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia metropolitan areas. The mission of Dancing by the Bayou is to promote the musical style, dance and unique history and traditions of Southwest Louisiana.
Beth Coffey and Marlon McAllister have been dancin' through Austin and Louisana together as partners for 10 years. They have taught hundreds of people how to dance. They are known as great dancers, performers, and teachers, from Austin to Lafayette. Their motto is If you can walk,
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