Among the numerous variants of dances which are worth to be taught to, is a Chicago dance. Do not think that this is a very difficult dance and you hardly can learn to dance it properly. It is not so. May be, such opinion of yours came due to visiting a 'Chicago' performance or seeing a Dancesport Competition or Dance Championship, where professional dancers danced Chicago after tango, rumba, and waltz. Be sure, your opinion is erroneous.
Chicago dance is not only for professionals. If you really want to learn how to dance it, join one of the dance club for the social dancers, appropriate for all dancers, from newcomers to those with some class experience. Choose between a grade of class ' basic, intermediate, practice, or may be between group and individual instructions course, if you fell discomfort and need to brush up your steps before joining the dance group.
All the needed info you can find in Internet where there are lots of sites which provide information to dancers who are looking for what is going on in the local dance world. The information provided is very detailed and up-to-date. It includes information about local dance clubs, studios, ballrooms, and special events. Good web-sites do not maintain a passive sites waiting for visitors just to log on and explore the site, they send out a regular stream of e-mails each week delivered to an ever-growing list of area dancers.
For the social dancer like you, dance web sites make finding a place to dance on any night of the week as simple as counting to the music. They provide you with all supporting info like free parking lot, large, beautiful wood dance floor, lots of great music.
Chicago dance clubs present, promote and foster a greater understanding of American tap dance by producing world-class concerts, educational forums and community outreach programs.
The clubs build bridges between diverse communities of dancers and audience members by preserving traditional choreography, creating new work through local, national and international collaborations and by giving scholarships to deserving young dancers to study with elders. The clubs advocate for the acknowledgment of tap dance as a recognized American art form.
The Chicago dance clubs are calling out for volunteers willing to share their time and talents. Since they really need people like you throughout the year who want to share their expertise in administration, event management, and other important support roles.