Popular sequence tends to be a mix of popular modern sequence and classical sequence – old time dances played at social dance events. The favourites are:
|Mayfair Quickstep||Sally Ann Cha Cha||Square Tango|
|Balmoral Blues||Tango Serida||Viennese Swing|
|Waltz Catherine||Rumba One||Queen of Hearts Rumba|
|Cindy Swing||Saunter Together||Lilac Waltz|
|Melody Foxtrot||White City Waltz||Argentine Stroll|
We give instruction in these dances throughout the year. If you would like to register your interest please email us.
The above dances are arranged in 16 bar groups. The beauty of sequence dancing is that once you’ve learnt the group you repeat it until the last note of music. Sequence dancing is a crowd pleaser, particularly the well-liked ones and the floor is usually full.
Modern sequence also comprises newly created scripts and there are at least three new sequence dances produced each month! Although we do not teach the new scripts there are dedicated modern sequence classes around who do.
What can I expect from a Popular Sequence Class?
You will be taught one of the well-loved sequence dances from an official script. Each dance is usually taught in one session but sometimes if the dance is a little complex it may be split over two sessions. You will have the opportunity to practise your new found knowledge.
At the end of your sequence lesson you should have enough information to be able to use it at your next social dance. In adding a sequence dance to your repertoire you will have the ability to take part in many more dances throughout the evening.
|Next scheduled sequence class?|
|23 Jun||Weekly||7.30-9.30pm||West Horndon Village Hall, Station Road, West Horndon, Essex CM13 3TR See below for planned tuition.Pre-knowledge of basic figures is essential. Places need to be pre-booked. This course is paid weekly. Please ring or email to check availability.
23 June – Ballentine Bossa Nova
30 June – Argentine Stroll
7 July – TBC
If you’re interested in learning popular sequence call us on 01268-762626 to find out more or email.