House dance with Peeps
Monday, 19. December
This workshop will introduce you to the history and basics of house dance.
The social House Dance has its roots in the underground and black club scene of Chicago and New York of the late 70s. The mostly improvised moves stem directly from the bass, rhythms and riffs of House music and concentrate on fast and complex footsteps (Footwork), fluid movements of the torso (Jacking) and floor work (Lofting).
Peeps is a Berlin-based dance choreographer & Fashion creative director from Paris. He grew up with African movements and learned the art of hip-hop in Paris in the early 2000s. Inspired by this art of movement, he learned and developed his classical basics in jazz, modern, and tap dance in New York starting in 2006.
Since 2010 he has taught dance workshops and trained individuals from choreography, rhythm, and body awareness techniques worldwide.
He will bring a lot of experiences into great classes and people who already met Peeps don’t want to miss him anymore
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Ballhaus Prinzenallee, Prinzenallee 33, 13359 Berlin
Enter through the big gate, the entrance is in the backyard
Osloer Str./Prinzenallee (M13)
Prinzenallee/Soldiner Straße (Bus M27)