Foxtrot

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The Foxtrot is a ballroom dance that was popularized by actor Harry Fox. Foxtrot was originally performed to big band music. However, after the release of the song “Rock Around the Clock” during the 1950s, foxtrot became synonymous with rock and roll music. In the years that followed, it was split into two forms, the slow foxtrot (which is now referred to as foxtrot) and the fast foxtrot (which is now called quickstep).

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DateTimeTypeTitleDance StyleInstructorSkill Level
Dec. 15 (Fri)06:30pm-07:30pmGroup ClassBallroom Basics - Bronze LevelBallroom, Foxtrot, Latin DancesRobert VanceBeginner, Level 1
Dec. 15 (Fri)07:30pm-08:30pmGroup ClassBallroom Basics - Full Bronze SyllabusBallroom, Foxtrot, Latin DancesRicardo TorresLevel 2, Pre Intermediate
Dec. 22 (Fri)06:30pm-07:30pmGroup ClassBallroom Basics - Bronze LevelBallroom, Foxtrot, Latin DancesRobert VanceBeginner, Level 1
Dec. 22 (Fri)07:30pm-08:30pmGroup ClassBallroom Basics - Full Bronze SyllabusBallroom, Foxtrot, Latin DancesRicardo TorresLevel 2, Pre Intermediate

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