While most people think that Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers created the Foxtrot, it was really a vaudeville performer named Harry Fox who introduced this fun, theatrical dance to the world. Foxtrot dancers travel around the perimeter of the room in a counterclockwise direction in a basic rhythm of slow-slow-quick-quick. Still a classic dance for wedding receptions, the Foxtrot is a true American favorite.
Parties, Free Dance Lessons, Games & More this June!
Fred Astaire Dance Studios Presents… Festival 2015! June 1-19 Join us during our celebrations of Festival! We will be throwing wild themed dinner parties, giving away FREE dance lessons, and playing a surprise game where you can win big! What is a Festival Party? Our studio has parties every Friday, right? But […]
Ballroom Dance Lessons And Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas Go Together!
Ballroom Dance Lessons Are A Great Valentine’s Day Gift Idea Ballroom dance lessons make the perfect Valentine’s Day Gift. What could be more romantic than dancing cheek-to-cheek? You can learn all the most popular social dances — from sexy slow dances to fun and fast ones. Right now, Fred Astaire Willoughby has an […]