The Waltz, with its rhythms and strong accent on the first beat, was born in the suburbs of Vienna. When the dance was first introduced in the early 19th century, people were shocked since it was the first ballroom dance where the man put his hand on a woman’s waist! But the Waltz gained in popularity and quickly became one of the most popular of all dances. This easy and flowing dance is still commonly seen at weddings and other social events.
Try A Bit of Ballroom at Our FREE Guest Party, Sept. 13
Try Ballroom Dancing at our FREE Guest Party, Sept. 13 Every day, people tell us that they’ve “always wanted to dance.” Now you have a chance to try ballroom dancing at a special Guest Party on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014. The party runs from 7-9 p.m. and features hors d’oeuvres, a mini group lesson, […]
Fred Astaire Willoughby In The Spotlight at Gay Games 9
Staff & Students Performed & Volunteered at Gay Games 9, Aug. 9-15 Our students and staff performed, choreographed, volunteered, attended a year’s worth of meetings, danced backup for an *N Sync superstar – and even put together an entire show. The team at Fred Astaire Willoughby did it all for Gay Games […]