All dances have a live band plus DJ, 8pm-midnight and only $15 entry.
1st Friday and 4th Saturday of each month at Buckley Park Bowls Club, Essendon. BYO food.
3rd and 5th Friday of the month at the Ringwood Bowls Club. BYO food.
appointment, for individuals, or groups. A great way to learn the
basics, or add some style and advanced moves. A great gift idea. Prices from $60 per hour. Bookings 0452211860
Adrian is available for your next party, event or corporate
function with a wide range of music, dance lessons, crowd boosting,
MC. Why not try a dance lesson as well as the DJ service and get
everyone mingling and having fun. Prices from $300.
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Muscle shrinkage and weakening is almost inevitable as we age, but dancing is one of the best exercises to help us stay young. Dancing improves aerobic capacity, balance and spacial awareness, while the need to remember steps exercises vital parts of the brain. It's also a great social activity, and a fun way to get out of the house and meet new people. Come and give it a go.
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Dance Classes in Rock n Roll, Swing, Jive, Lindy Hop, Cha Cha, Salsa, and Line Dances. Lets dance!!
Anyone can learn how to dance!
Dancing is a great way to exercise, lose weight, get fit, meet new people, keep your brain active, and learn a new skill, all while having fun. It keeps you physically and mentally active, and as there are always new steps to learn, you are always challenging yourself.
No partner is required as all lessons are progressive. No bookings are required, no joining fee or membership, just pay as you go, have fun and learn to dance to great music. Classes for complete beginners, intermediate and advanced dancers. Suitable for all ages and fitness levels. See "dance classes" tab for details.
Social dances are held every weekend with live band and DJ. See "Social dances" tab for details.
*** Class News ***
NEW CLASS - INTRODUCTION TO BLUES DANCING
Sunday and Mondays classes at Chatham Primary, 1 Banool Rd Surrey Hills, will be adding an introduction to Blues dancing class to compliment and expand on the rockabilly and westcoast classes.
Rock n rollers often struggle to dance to slower music, and music that changes tempo, so we are adding some blues classes to expand your dancing skills. Many Rockabilly bands also play some slower blues songs at their gigs so why not learn how ...to dance to the blues songs instead of sitting down.
In the introduction to Blues classes you will learn how to change tempo, improvise and play with the music, incorporate pauses, learn about musicality, and most importantly how to feel the music while dancing.
Starts Sunday 26th and Monday 27th March as part of the rockabilly and westcoast classes. Come along and get your groove on and dance to some great blues music.
Please share around.
Mondays dance class at Chatham Primary, 1 Banool Rd Surrey Hills, 6-9.30pm, Westcoast & Blues for March. $15, BYO drinks.
Come along and have a go at learning this easy, smooth dance style, with no tricky backstep. Westcoast can be danced to a wide range of music from top 40, disco, blues etc. It's a great style to know so you can dance to any music rather than just rock n roll.
Sunday workshops at Chatham Primary School, 1 Banool Rd Surrey Hills, 5-9pm plus social. Cost $15, BYO food and drinks.
*** Sunday Workshops ***
Come along and have a fun afternoon / evening, learn some new dance moves and catch up with your friends, or meet new ones, in a friendly, relaxed setting.
March - Rockabilly and blues - see details above
. Rockabilly is a strong, anti clockwise dance used for dancing to fast music. It does not have a back step. Beginners 5-6pm followed by social with 2 brief lessons, plus line dance "Rockabilly rebel"
Bookings essential, sms Adrian 0452211860
** Congratulations to Red Hot Rockers dance teacher Adrian Spadaro for his nomination for Victorian Rock n Roll Dance Association Hall of Fame for 2017. **
Adrian has made a considerable contribution to the Melbourne rock n roll scene over the past 25 plus years, firstly as a dance competitor, then as a dance teacher and dance promoter. Adrian and dance partner Chris Black were well known on the dance competition scene in the early 1990’s, and together built up one of the biggest rock n roll dance schools in Melbourne.
Adrian started teaching rock n roll in 1991, and has continued to teach each week in many areas around Melbourne, including Camberwell, Burwood, Coburg, Surrey Hills and Wantirna. Over that time he has taught thousands of people to dance, not only rock n roll, but also swing, jive, salsa, cha cha, westcoast and line dancing.
Many of the current rock n roll dance teachers started their teaching careers with Adrian. Adrian mentored them, encouraged them to teach and also employed them. Jon Hannon of Alley Catz, Debbie Krause of Swing Dance with Debbie, Pat Noakes of Swing Central, Rhonda Watts of Renegade Rockers, Dave Dooley, Wendy Gapper and Gavin Preston are all well-known teachers in the rock n roll scene due to Adrian’s encouragement.
In 1995 Adrian introduced swing dancing to Melbourne when he put on a swing workshop on 20th Aug with Rob Bloom, who was teaching lindy hop in Sydney. He then hosted Catrine Ljunggren, from Sweden's “The Rhythm Hot Shots” the following December, later followed by a workshop and dance with Silvia Sykes from California. Although Adrian is not generally known around town as being part of the Lindy Hop scene now, without his initial contribution the swing dancing world in Melbourne would have taken a much more difficult road to arriving where it is today.
Adrian has employed many people over the years to help run his social dances. Some, like Little Maria, Debbie and Angelo, have then gone on to run their own dances after learning the ropes with Adrian. Maria Battaglia started working for Adrian to help run social dances many years ago, then went on to run “Little Marias” dances for 13 years, and was also nominated for the VRRDA Hall of Fame.
Adrian has continued to run social dances all over Melbourne for many years, making sure dancers have somewhere to go and bands have somewhere to play.
A considerable contribution to rock n roll over many years and a deserving recipient.
Social Dances & Upcoming EventsSee Social Dances Tab for details.
Social dances, with a live band and DJ Adrian, are held in Melbourne every weekend. Come along and support the local live music industry, enjoy some great music, meet new people and dance the night away, all for the low price of $15 per person. All venues have large dance floors and are air-conditioned. See "Social Dances" and "Bands" tab above for details, or click link below, and come and join the fun. Bookings essential.
A 5 year study of 469 people aged 75, found that dancing was the only physical activity that lowered the risk of dementia.
Until I tried these dance classes I thought I had 2 left feet! Now I have the confidence to ask ladies to dance and I'm having a ball!
I wish I'd learned to dance years ago! I'm loving the music and have met so many lovely people. Dancing is so much more fun than going to the gym for my exercise. Its social as well.
The dance classes are great fun and you get to meet everyone there as you change partners all the time. Learning to dance has been something fun to do. If I've had a bad day at work I get to the dance class, it puts a smile on my face, I start moving to the music and forget about everything else.
Now that I've learned a few dance moves my friends are impressed when I go and ask ladies I don't know for a dance. The ladies are also impressed :).
Now the kids are older, it's time for us to get out and do something fun together.