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Salsa classes and Latin dance night
Telfords has hosted a salsa club in Chester for over 15 years and we’re now launching Latin MANIA!
Learn Cuban salsa lessons every Wednesday with Banderas (Havana, Cuba), Lee Baker and Rachel Forshaw. Lessons are provided for all levels of ability, from complete beginners to experienced dancers. You don’t need a partner – you’ll change partners all the time in a friendly, fun group.
8.00 pm: Separate classes for Beginners and Improver level
8.45 pm: Intermediate level partnerwork and Improver (and above) rueda (Cuban group dance, performed in a circle or ‘wheel’)
- Beginner classes introduce you to salsa music, teach the basic footwork steps and let you take your first steps dancing with a partner.
- Improver classes build up your repertoire of fundamental partner work sequences.
- Intermediate classes build up more advanced partner work and solo patterns, and help develop body movement and musicality.
9.30 pm till 12.30: Dance into the night with a mix that includes salsa, timba, bachata, regaetton, merengue, latin pop and more.
Classes are just £4 for one class or £6 for two classes. Entry to social dancing after 9.30 is free.more info
Her recent recording of sonatas by Brahms and Mendelssohn with John Lenehan was described as “definitive . . . triumphant . . .a landmark disc" in The Observer (April 2012) and follows on from her Classical chart-topping successes: Voyage and The Mozart Album on the Universal label.
Emma Johnson has appeared as soloist with many of the world’s leading orchestras in repertoire that includes all the major clarinet works as well as pieces written especially for her by John Dankworth, Will Todd and Michael Berkeley amongst others.
Sarah-Jane Bradley is a wonderfully eloquent player The Gramophone.
Sarah-Jane Bradley made her Wigmore Hall debut in 1997 and has played there many times since.
At home with works from all eras, she's also known as a pioneer of new music for the viola and has premièred many new works written especially for her. Leading composer David Matthews has written a number of new pieces for Sarah-Jane, including the concerto, Winter Remembered, which was broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 with the City of London Sinfonia in 2003.
Praised by the New York Times ("great flair and virtuosity") and the London Times ("a masterly recital"), John Lenehan's performances and recordings have been acclaimed throughout the world. As a soloist he has regularly appeared with leading British Orchestras and his innovative recital programmes often include film projection and jazz repertoire. In a performing career spanning more than 25 years John Lenehan is recognised as one of the leading accompanists and chamber musicians of today..... more info
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