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Virtual Friday Night Blues

Join each Friday night for an online solo blues lesson with one of our instructors. We will host a Zoom social dance with our regular DJs. We will update this page every week, and you can find information on our Facebook and Meetup Pages!

We will be conducting lessons and socials via Zoom. (Download the Zoom Client for Meetings version.) If the DJ shares their list after the dance, they will be Spotify or YouTube playlists.

Friday, September 18th

This week our Virtual Friday Night Blues format is a 45 minute lesson and a DJ’d set of blues music for dancing.

Instructor: Laura Chieko
DJ: Alfredo Melendez

Topic: Back to School!!
This month we will be exploring blues vocabulary! What moves do you want to learn? Which moves would like to perfect? Do you want to learn variations of the same move? Each week an instructor will break down new moves for you!

You can tell us what you want to learn on our Facebook Event.

Schedule:
8:00pm – Intro w/ Virginia and/or Sabrina
8:05pm – Lesson w/ Laura Chieko
8:50pm – DJ’d set w/ Alfredo Melendez
10:30pm – Sign off

Here is the link:
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 834 6794 9384
Password: 861484

There is no obligation to have your camera or microphone on. You may join as an observer and type in the chat feature if you want to contribute.

Donations:
If you are able to offer donations to help us cover operating costs please do so via PayPal. Suggested donation: $0-20
PayPal: bluesdancenewyork@gmail.com

Upcoming Schedule

DateInstructorDJ(s)Topic
September 11thVirginia JimenezOdysseus BailerBack to School! Blues Vocabulary:
On Sept 11, Virginia taught us Grinds, Applejacks, and the Piedmont Triple step.
September 18thLaura ChiekoAlfredo MelendezBack to School! Blues Vocabulary
September 25thOdysseus BailerBack to School!

SPOTLIGHT DJ SET
For our Virtual FNB on May 1st, Odysseus made an awesome Spotify playlist that takes you through a variety of genres! If you listen to it straight through it takes you through the decades of blues music starting with Negro spirituals all the way to Funk and Soul.