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Soirée dansante – Swing et Blues

Esplanade de la Place des Arts September 18, 2020

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Join Sylwia and Adrian from Cat’s Corner swing dance school for this dance event featuring an introduction to swing and blues dancing, followed by a whirl around the dance floor as you practice your steps to the sounds of Emily Estrella and a group of seasoned musicians.

This evening of swing and blues will be the perfect occasion to learn about jazz-style dancing—and to give it a try! You’ll also have an opportunity to move to the music of Emily Estrella as she performs her traditional acoustic folk-jazz repertoire. You’re invited to take the lesson, on your own or with a partner from your family bubble.

Two performances will take place during the evening; the first at 7:00 p.m. and the second at 8:45 p.m.

Details

  • Producer / Presenter : Les rendez-vous Place des Arts
  • Venue : Esplanade de la Place des Arts
  • A $5 deposit is required to reserve your spot on the ground : it will be reimbursed after the event. If you fail to attend, your deposit will be donated to the Fondation de la Place des Arts.
  • Spots on the ground : one person or couple per spot
  • Facemasks : required at all times (for those of ages 12 and up); not provided by PdA
  • Water fountains : not available; we suggest bringing your own bottle of water
  • Outdoor restrooms : accessible
  • Recommended audience : adults (minors under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult)
  • Physical distancing : please keep 2 m away from others, to the extent possible
  • Dancers : Sylwia Bielec et Adrian Warnock-Graham
  • Music : Peter Mika (piano), Colin Perry (guitar/banjo), Sage Reynolds (bass), Ben Caissie (drum), Andy King (trumpet) and Emily Estrella - (vocals)
  • Photo credit : Thibault Carron (this photo was taken in compliance with health and safety guidelines issued by the INSPQ)
This activity is presented thanks to the financial support of the
Fondation de la Place des Arts
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