‘Come & Try’ Stepdancing with the experienced Kae Sakurai taking you through the basic jig steps and then exploring combinations to make your own. Stepdancing is a traditional style of Scottish Dancing that is lively, energetic, healthy and good fun for all ages. Usually danced in hard soled shoes, (but not compulsory for this workshop) it can be done anywhere and in your own everyday clothes.
Suitable for adults and children over 12, unless otherwise stated.
The Celtic Connections programme of workshops is designed to inspire people of all ability levels to get involved in traditional music. Please book early to avoid disappointment, as numbers are limited.
The rough guide to ability levels:
Come&Try: if you have always wanted to have a go but have never had the chance or the confidence. Instruments will be provided.
Beginners: those who have just started learning an instrument and who know the basics.
Improvers/Players: if you have been playing for over a year and are ready for the next level. Please bring your instrument with you.
Booking: to buy your ticket for any of the workshops visit celticconnections.com
or call 0141 353 8000.
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