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What is the best studio in Manhattan and/or Brooklyn for learning Swing/Lindyhop and WC Swing?
July 20, 2008 7:23 PM   Subscribe

What is the best studio in Manhattan and/or Brooklyn for learning Swing/Lindyhop and WC Swing? Also what are the best boards where I can find a partner if I choose to later compete?

I used to take ballroom lessons back in HS but had to stop when college started. Would love to get back into it concentrating on Swing/Lindyhop and WC Swing. I recently visited a gem in the city called Swing 46 and it just put me over the edge! So now I’m seriously looking to learn Swing! The music is also amazing - Brian Setzer Orchestra, Big Bad Voodoo Daddies as well as the plethora of fantastic Rockabilly music ranging from Elvis to modern!
posted by wildrain2008 to Society & Culture (1 answer total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
One stop shopping: Yehoodi. Everything you want, plus links to everything else you want. Ask for up-to-date NYC info on the forums there.

The swing community is fantastic. Once you get into it, it's easy to get hooked. I'm a lifer myself. Have fun!
posted by Miko at 8:04 PM on July 20, 2008


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