Improvers Day School with David Queen
This particular Day School is aimed at Scottish Country Dance Improvers who wish to improve their standard of dancing in relation to Steps, Formations, Phrasing, Technique, Deportment and Etiquette. Especially relevant after the lockdown and suitable for all dancers who have been dancing for at least two years.
Saturday 19th November
10:00 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Tarporley Community Centre
Teacher David Queen
Musician John Browne
Fee £20 including finger buffet lunch
For more information and an application form, please contact Andrew Locke on firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 07925 190297. Alternatively, you can click on the link below to download your application form.
David started dancing at five years of age and qualified as a Scottish Country Dance teacher in 1993. He has taught regular branch classes in the north of England and workshops around the UK and at RSCDS Schools in St Andrews, Pitlochry, New Zealand and TAC. He has also been very fortunate to receive invitations to teach around the world in such diverse locations as Japan, Russia, USA, Canada and across Europe.
David also served as a member of the RSCDS Education and Training Committee and, amongst other things, worked on the beginners’ framework during his three-year term. He is the current St Andrews Summer School Depute Director.
David enjoys promoting good technique and derives a great deal of satisfaction from seeing dances performed to a high standard. His classes seek to help all abilities of dancer to achieve their own personal best whilst ensuring that they have fun!