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Class and sophistication abound in the Foxtrot. Named after the American entertainer Harry Fox, who was known for his rather unique way of walking, “Fox’s Trot” became known for its jazzy moves during the mid 20th century in popular Hollywood movies featuring major stars of the era. Sweeping strides and cheeky accents have made it one of the most common and useful dances, whether you’re dancing at a wedding, gala, or just in your living room.  Anyone who seeks sophisticated fun in dancing should learn this fabulous style.  It's the perfect dance for wedding receptions and concerts with big band and swing music!

Whether you love Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, Michael Buble, 1920s big band music, or modern big band tunes, the Foxtrot gets you up and moving for a classy and fun time on the dance floor.

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