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1920s NYC Swing Dance Duo
The motto of this swing dance duo? We’ll make you love dancing as much as we do. The joy of swing dancing is contagious, and Samantha and Brian love sharing that joy with others at 1920s-1950’s-themed events. Samantha and Brian bring authentic dancing, fashion, and poise to events to make you feel like you have truly stepped back in time. From ambient dancing to create the perfect atmosphere, a stage performance to get the crowd excited, a group beginner swing dance lesson to get everyone in the mood, to dancing with guests to make their experience unique, these two keep the party alive! Samantha and Brian specialize in the eras of swing which include the following events:
- 1920’s: Dancing The Charleston at Roaring 20’s/Great Gatsby/Jazz Age events
- 1930s-1940s: Dancing Swing/Lindy Hop at Big Band, WWII, and Harlem Tributes
- 1950s: Dancing Boogie Woogie at Sock-Hops, Dance Marathons, and American Bandstand events
Beyond the scope of swing, this duo also dances the Ballroom and Latin forms, and are available to bring an elegant Waltz, Foxtrot, and Rumba or a sassy Salsa, Cha-Cha, or Tango to your event! They also enjoy bringing a vintage flair to a modern event, and are very flexible with their offerings. With a long-time background in jazz, tap, ballet, and tumbling, Samantha and Brian enjoy mixing dance styles to create your perfect, unique event.
Samantha and Brian have performed, taught, choreographed, and directed together in the birth place of Swing, New York City, as well as across the country and abroad in England, France, India, and on the seas! Samantha and Brian are well-versed in both choreographed dancing and free-styling whether alone or partnered. Samantha and Brian’s credits include: current directors and previous featured performers of the Broadway show Swing! for Norwegian Cruise Line, dancers in the Red Hot Chili Peppers music video “Go Robot”, and performances in prestigious venues such as Jazz at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Rainbow Room, Jacob’s Pillow, 92nd Street Y, The Whitney Museum (Samantha), and The Delacorte Theatre for New York City’s Shakespeare in the Park (Brian).
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