Learn the popular Authentic Jazz & Charleston moves from the golden era of jazz
Next round of classes
starting in January
(exact dates to be announced)
date will be announced soon
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Regular: 690 kr for 7 classes of 1 h 15 min
Student: 540 kr for 7 classes of 1 h 15 min
Happy Feet Studio,
Ørnevej 33, København NV
Next Round of Classes
starting in January
more info coming soon
Solo Jazz 1 is a solo dance class for total beginners, where we will look into the basic Authentic Jazz and Charleston moves. You will learn moves such as Suzy Q, Shorty George, Boogie Back, Boogie Forward, Fall of the Log, Tacky Annie, Cow Tail, Bees Knees, Itches etc., and you will learn how to mix them together into short solo routines.
You don't need any prior dance experience to join this class. But if you have danced swing or another dance before, then that's of course an advantage.
Description Note: Solo Jazz 2 course is created only when there is enough students on the Solo Jazz 1 course. This means that in some rounds of classes the Solo Jazz 2 course might not be available. Level Guidance
Solo Jazz 2 is a continuation course for those who already know the basic solo jazz moves. You will be introduced to more advanced moves and variations, as well as transitions between them. During the course you will also learn some of the popular solo jazz routines, such as Tranky Doo, Big Apple, Jitterbug Stroll etc. (different routine each round).
You need to complete the Solo Jazz 1 course to be able to join this class.
If you come from another school, you need to know the basic Solo Jazz moves, such as Suzy Q, Shorty George, Boogie Back, Boogie Forward, Fall of the Log etc. (or have at least 2 months of solo jazz experience) to be able to join this class.
Note: Solo Jazz 2 course is created only when there is enough students on the Solo Jazz 1 course. This means that in some rounds of classes the Solo Jazz 2 course might not be available.
Music from class
We have collected some of our favorite swing songs, which are good for practicing new moves, and put them together in a Spotify and Youtube playlists.
Come and practice moves from your class during Open Practice. It's free and open for everyone! You might want to bring a partner to dance with though.
In Copenhagen you can dance socially almost every evening, and in most cases the entrance is free! Check out our list of venues with recurring social dancing events: