Salsa, Cumbia, Bachata & More -Hillsborough Dance Series

Our annual series.

Steven Vazquez with Bachata
Guillermo Hernandez with Cumbia
Abuelo Salsero Jack with Salsa as well as Zydeco
Chris Dove with Lindy and Blues

There will be six different dances taught, each for six weeks. Take one, or two, or if you are stark raving mad, take all six. Classes will

be small with lots of personal attention.

Classes will be held Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays. There will be two classes a night 7-8 and 8:15-9:15. Classes will start on Jan 26, 27, & 28 and run 6 weeks.

Tuesday Classes-Every Tues January 26 through March 8 skipping Feb 9 (Why ??? Mardi Gras)
Wednesday Classes- Every Wed Jan 27 to to March 2
Thursday Classes- Every Thurs Jan 28 to March 3

Tues- 7 P - Zydeco w Jack
Tues- 8:15 P - Cumbia w Guillermo
Weds 7 P- Bachata w Stephen
Weds 8:15 P -Salsa w Jack
Thurs 7 P - Lindy w Chris
Thurs 8:15 P - Blues w Chris


Earlybird Prices Through Jan17 below
1 Class $55 2-$100 3-$144 4-$180 5-$220 All 6- $260


Details re refunds and registration at above link,

Cash or check option, get to Jack Wolf

Class Descriptions and Levels:
Zydeco- Basic Zydeco, beginners as well as more advanced welcome. Great funky dance from the French Creole community of Southern Louisiana with flavors of blues, R&B, and soul.
Cumbia- Latin dance from Colombia and very popular in Mexico with a syncopated off beat rhythm and catchy groove.
Bachata- Stephen will teach on advanced beginner and intermediate level so dancers should be familiar with basic, though if you are new and want to take it check with us and we might be able to prep you in advancer. Bachata is a sensual slow tempo dance from Dominican Republic that has become extremely popular.
Salsa- Jack will teach advanced beginners as well as new beginners on 1 which is California, Miami style. We will emphasize musicality and listening to the music as well as basic core moves.
Lindy- A very high energy swing dance from the Big Band Era with fast partnerwork and uptempo music.
Blues- Slow tempo, sensual, improvisational dance often to slow blues music. It is not a set step dance as much as an improvisational journey.

Teacher Bios:
Jack Wolf- As Wolfy Jocque, Jack has taught Cajun and Zydeco dance for many years including twice yearly at Shakori Festival as well as at The National Folk Festival and many band events. As Abuelo Salsero Jack he has taught Salsa for many events and recently at the ArtsCenter in Carrboro. Jack produces and/or DJs Salsa Dances every Sunday and Monday. He produced the Durham Music and Dance Festival and runs the dance website which lists all dances and teachers in the Triangle. This is the third year that Jack has produced the Hillsborough Dance Series.

Guillermo Hernandez is originally from Mexico City and learned to dance Cumbia D.F. style. For the last 25 years he has taught at festivals and events He is an active member of Rueda RDU and has taught and often calls casino rueda. dances He was a member of the performance group Sonusalsa and has been involved with the Triangle Salsa community since its early days.

Other Bios to be added.

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133 Murdock Dr. Hillsborough NC 27278
adress is not specified
28 January , Thursday 19:00