Detailed Information for Upcoming Classes & Events
featuring Todd Yannacone & Gaby Cook
Sunday, June 22, 2014
4 hour workshop in San Francisco geared towards experienced lindy hoppers.
Please note that you must be at least an intermediate level dancer to get the most out of these workshops. If you have questions about your level or the level of the material, please email me in advance - firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule and Topics:
12:00 - 1:20 - What's Good for Ya
1:20 - 2:20 - Lunch break
2:30 - 3:50 - Rhythm Rebels
4:00 - 5:20 - Twists & Turns
• Full Day (3 classes) - $60 (available until June 20th)
• Drop-in Full day - $70
• Drop-in Classes (space permitting) $25 / class / person
San Francisco Woman's Building Auditorium
3543 18th Street, San Francisco, 94110 (near Valencia)
Todd is one of the most recognizable names on the swing dancing circuit today. He has won countless championship titles from the most prestigious competitions around - The American Lindy Hop Championships, The Ultimate Lindy Hop Showdown, The U.S. Open Swing Dance Championships, The National Jitterbug Championships, The Rhythmic Arts Festival, Lone Star Championships, The International Lindy Hop Championships, Lindy Focus - to name just a few. Todd has been inducted into the California Swing Dance Hall of Fame, and has been interviewed for articles by Swing Dancer Magazine and various other publications. He has taught vernacular jazz, Balboa, Shag, Lindy Hop, Charleston, and other vintage swing dances both locally and internationally since he was 16 years old. He has been a featured instructor, performer, and judge at camps, workshops, and competitions the world over - from the legendary Herrang Dance Camp in Sweden to Asia, across North America, all over Europe, and everywhere in between. He specializes in connection and musicality, which is apparent every time he steps on the dance floor. He has worked with dance and music legends alike, and is a member of the acclaimed dance troupe, the Silver Shadows.
Gaby is a dancer, choreographer and teacher of all things vintage jazz. She started dancing lindy hop and balboa in the summer of 2004. Since then, she has traveled all over the world to compete, perform and teach. She holds national titles in lindy hop, balboa and solo jazz. Gaby teaches both in San Francisco and in workshops across the country. She is an passionate solo jazz dancer and the artistic lead for the all-female dance troupe Sweet Sixteen.