Jazz Lessons with The Lion King?

Published: 20th May 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th May 2015 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

Jazz Lessons

Dizzy Feet Dance Workshop conducted by 9th Step Entertainment at Ashvita Nirvana will introduce children, aged seven years and above, to the genre of Broadway Jazz.

Conducted by Swati Sadhwani and Vijay Victor of 9th Step Entertainment, Dizzy Feet Dance Workshop will introduce children to Broadway Jazz through some of the most popular productions in Broadway like The Lion King, Aladdin, Cinderella, Hairspray and so on.

Talking to CE about the workshop, which will begin on May 24, Swati said, “The workshop will focus on giving the participants an introduction. Since it is a 10-day schedule, we will also give them some routine to take back home. We are not just going to make it very technical for them, and will also teach them to perform.”

The workshop will help them enhance their ability to dance, through a new style, apart from improving their ability to emote and improve their overall performance.

The workshop is being held from May 24 to June 4 from 2pm to 4 pm at #33, 5th Avenue, Besant Nagar, with a fee of Rs 3,000. To register, contact 9791088189.

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