Weekend Schedule

Weekend Schedule

This is our schedule. Content will be refined based on the background of the people attending the event, and customized for attendees (this is possible because of our plan for small class sizes).

We will start with ground-up fundamentals in dance that are style-agnostic and build a working understanding of movement, partnership and music and how these interact to help us create the dance we want to based on our partner, the music and ourselves.  An understanding of some dance style would be helpful, but not necessary as we will start from the ground up.  This will be an intensive course, so a desire to improve and work hard will be the most important tool you have to make this weekend successful!

Friday

2030 Registration at main venue: Salongen, Sodergatan 65, 252 52 Helsingborg, Sweden.
2100 – 2300 (or later) 

 

Informal dance/practica/introductionNon-weekend passholders will be able to join us at the evening dance for only 50SEK
Saturday
 
1100 Brunch
1230 – 1300 Registration
1300 – 1400 Class 1
1415 – 1515 Class 2
1530 – 1630 Class 3
1645 – 1745 Class 4
1830 – 2030 Tura*/dinner
2100 – 2200 Swedish foxtrot class
2200 – 0000 Practica
*Tura – A local tradition where students ride the ferry between Denmark and Sweden and take advantage of Duty-Free Booze and the fact that they don’t kick you off. Fusion bomb!
From 10pm onwards, we will run a 1-2 hour practica. We will play music so you can practice everything you have learned during the day, and teachers will be on hand to answer questions.
 
Sunday
1100 Brunch
1300 – 1400 Sword fighting class
1415 – 1515 Class 5
1530 – 1615 Food break
1615 – 1715 Class 6
1730 – 1830 Class 7
1845 – 1945 Class 8
1945 – 2130 Dinner break
2130 – 2330 Practica
From 930pm onwards, we will run a 1-2 hour practica. We will play music so you can practice everything you have learned during the day, and teachers will be on hand to answer questions.
 
Monday
Optional, not official
Visit Fredriksdål!  This 1800s Manor House has become many things, including a rebuilt downtown Helsingborg from the 1920s, a working medieval village and a UNESCO seed bank.  All of the major ecosystems of Sweden are represented and there is a world-famous Rose Garden.  This is one of the highlights of Helsingborg and highly recommended- entry is about 80 SEK and it’s really cool!

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