Did you know?
East Coast Swing was created by dance studios including the Arthur Murray dance studios in the 1940s, and is based on the Lindy Hop. Lindy Hop was felt by dance studios to be both too difficult and too unstructured to teach to beginning dancers, but there was market demand for training in Swing Dance.
East Coast Swing is referred to by many different names in different regions of the United States and the World. It has alternatively been called Eastern Swing, Jitterbug, American Swing, East Coast Lindy, Lindy (not to be confused with Lindy Hop), and Triple Swing.
In this weeks lesson we will learn secrets of dancing the EAST COAST SWING from Hunter Lisle of Lexington Arthur Murrray!
The lesson begins at 6:30pm – Followed by dancing till 8:45pm.
Location: Barbara Ann’s School of Dance 898 E High St Lexington, Kentucky