Ceroc and Modern Jive Dance Party scheduled for September 17 at Concord RSL Club

Ceroc & Modern Jive Dance Company is hosting a dance party on September 17, 2016, which include a beginner class before the dance party, according to the school’s marketing manager, Minh Ta, who made the announcement today.

Ceroc & Modern Jive Dance Company is hosting a dance party, which include a beginner class before the dance party, according to the school’s marketing manager, Minh Ta, who made the announcement today.


“This dance party, which takes place at Concord RSL Club located at Cnr Nirranda St & Nullawarra Avenue, Concord, has a Mexican Fiesta theme and people attending are encourage to dress up for the theme,” said Minh, who announced the dance party is scheduled for Saturday, September 17, 2016, and will run from 7.30 pm through to midnight.


There will be a beginner class from 7.30 pm through to 8 pm for new students, and then the dance party will start from 8 pm to midnight.


Ceroc & Modern Jive Dance Company, which is a dance school teaching a dance style called Ceroc, (also known as Modern Jive), has 10 venues around Sydney, including Wentworthville, West Ryde, Canada Bay and Concord where the dance party is also being held.


“Students can learn to dance by attending the school’s weekly dance class or having private lessons with one of the school’s qualified dance teacher,” said Minh.


Minh is expecting attendance from students ranging in ages from 25 to 60 year olds, who are being encouraged to dress-up for the Mexican Fiesta theme.


“These dance parties are a great way for Ceroc students to improve their dance skills by dancing with other students with varying skills from beginner dancers to advanced dancers,” added school director Julie Gunn, who said their themed dance parties are always fun as people take the extra step of dressing up for the theme.


Explaining further, Julie said their “Dance parties always have a more social element to them than a dance class, and that’s why we encourage students to bring their non-dancing friends and that why we have a beginner class before the dance party so non-dancers or newcomers can learn some basic moves to dance during the dance party.”


Entry cost is $17 for casual entry and $15 for students with a monthly pass.


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