Got2Lindy Calendar & Registration Page
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JOIN US EVERY THIRD FRIDAY NIGHT FOR A FREE VIRTUAL PRESENTATION ON CHANGING TOPICS. Did you watch Netflix's Ma Rainey's Black Bottom? This month, Susan Simon and Ron Fields have created a fascinating & entertaining presentation featuring some classic 1920s female blues singers, and what made them so "blue." Learn how they influenced many types of music and performers, and continue to inspire current musical styles today. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED to receive the link. Reserve your spot and register now. …Find out more »
JOIN US EVERY THIRD FRIDAY NIGHT FOR A FREE VIRTUAL PRESENTATION ON CHANGING TOPICS. NOTE: In July the third Friday event will be held on the 4th Friday: July 23 Hollywood movie musicals have long been the perfect "stage" for some amazing dance scenes. Join Ron Fields & Susan Simon as they guide you through a Got2Lindy version of "That's Entertainment" with the Nicholas Brothers, Frankie, Fred, Gene and many other dance icons. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED to receive the link.…Find out more »
JOIN US EVERY THIRD FRIDAY NIGHT FOR A FREE VIRTUAL PRESENTATION ON CHANGING TOPICS. The Wonderful World of Soundies! A Free Virtual Presentation Friday, August 20, 7pm Before there were MTV music videos, we had Soundies! Soundies are three-minute American musical films, produced between 1940 and 1947, each displaying a song, dance, and/or band or orchestral number. Produced professionally on 35mm black-and-white film, like theatrical motion pictures, they were printed in the more portable and economical 16mm gauge so you could…Find out more »
JOIN US EVERY THIRD FRIDAY NIGHT FOR A FREE VIRTUAL PRESENTATION ON CHANGING TOPICS. "LOOK MA, NO HANDS!" Scary Aerials in Lindy Hop Performances. A Free Virtual Presentation Friday, Oct 15, 7pm "How did they do that!?" Join Got2Lindy and WOW Productions as we take a look at some truly hair-raising aerials in lindy hop performances, with guest speaker Q & A with Chester Freeman, who has choreographed and performed many of them! From Frankie's first "air-step" as he called…Find out more »