Solo Charleston: All The Rage (via Carl’s Jazz Dance Blog)

Some of my favourite video clips of solo Charleston are featured in this jazz dance orientated blog. Have a good look at the videos and be inspired! You can find lots more on youtube to inspire you.

Solo Charleston: All The Rage These days almost any competition worth its salt hosts a solo charleston competition; we have them at renowned events like ULHS and RAF, older events such as ALHC, and all sorts of other competitions. Camps and workshops often feature a couple of solo classes to compliment their array of partnered ones; additionally there are a few special events like Stompology which focus exclusively on solo dance. The charleston was supposedly developed or at … Read More

via Carl’s Jazz Dance Blog

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