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£110.00 — or £25.00 / month
Tap dancing grew immensely throughout the 1930’s and 1940’s when Vaudeville performers took their skills into the world of cinema and Hollywood, gaining huge popularity thanks to dancers like Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly. Sounds are created through metal plates attached to the ball and heel of the dancer’s shoe, from which percussive sounds can be made to fit the song being danced too.
Our students will be provided with the skills to learn these movements and co-ordinate the body to create rhythmic patterns to songs of varying styles and genres. Incredibly fun yet challenging, we will also work on timing, syncopation, musicality, fitness and self-expression.
Oxford High School
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