Basic Zydeco Dancing For Novices & Beginners by Gary Hayman
If you want to learn to dance zydeco or if you want an instructor for an event, here are some suggestions:
Roland and Janine are deeply committed to the tradition of Zydeco. Their style is smooth and effortless. You can find them the second Friday of the month at Viscount Studio hosting their Second Friday Zydeco Social from 8:00 - 10:30. Contact Roland and Janine at email@example.com.
Video: Roland and Janine
Adam and Ali Grimshaw have taught Zydeco, East Coast Swing, and Waltz dance classes in Portland since 1996. They emphasize fun and partner appreciation in their classes. They've taught at festivals, dance camps, live music dances, private company parties, weddings, birthday parties, schools and fund raisers from San Diego to Seattle and points in between. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Video: Blues Festival Dance Demo
Every third wednesday of the month Ken and Cheré are the instructors. Ken and Chere's style is smooth and bluesy and their teaching style is all about having fun, improvising, and playing with the dance. Ken's enormous library of Zydeco music keeps their playlists fresh and varied.
Terri Jo teaches zydeco at Cascade Zydeco’s dance on the 4th Wednesday of the month. Terri Jo has a passion for dancing and has a Dance Club of 75 children in grades kindergarten–8th. She has taught many styles of dance and finds Zydeco one of the most infectious. Terri Jo loves teaching this fun, expressive, lively dance. Contact Terri Jo at email@example.com
Video: Phil and Terri Jo