We will provide three different levels for you. In case you are unsure which level will suit you best, feel free to drop us an email. We will surely find a fitting level for you.
This is where the Broadway starts. Running through the old port area, the Broadway leads you through the earliest buildings of New York City. This also fits your dancing. You have been dancing Lindy Hop for at least six months in classes and at socials. In Magdeburg, you should have participated in Lindy 1 and 2. Now you want to strengthen the basics of dancing and want to dive into some more complex moves and footwork variations to continue on your Lindy Hop journey up the Broadway.
– The Beginner/Intermediate Track
Passing through the busiest part of Manhattan, the Broadway beckons with skyscrapers, a wide range of shopping opportunities and, of course, the famous theater district. In order to enjoy the Lindy Hop activities along this part of the way, you have been dancing for at least one year in classes and at socials and maybe you have already visited some other festivals. You confidently dance turns, the swing out and simple footwork variations and you might enjoy some Charleston moves. Your focus now lies on learning new moves and on starting rhythm variations to participate more confidently in the bustle that is the Lindy Hop.
– The Intermediate Track
Leading through quieter residential areas, the Broadway connects the famous Juilliard School and Columbia University before leaving Manhattan through the musical diversity of Harlem, the center of Lindy Hop. This progression suits you, as you have danced Lindy Hop regularly for a while now, you know all the basics including the swing out in different variations, and you are not afraid of different tempos and partners. You do not focus on learning new figures but rather on developing your technique and personal style in order to improve your musicality and ensure that you are dancing to the music.
– The Advanced Track
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