Expert advice about dance lessons

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Dance the night away

Dance the night away

Q. It's always been my dream to perform a wow-factor dance that will impress our guests. I want it to be upbeat and modern. Do you have any suggestions?

A. Emma Brewer says: There are lots of different ways you can create an impressive dance. We've created a number of routines where couples have chosen their favourite song and we have organised the choreography. Keep in mind that simple dances are often more effective and crowd-pleasing.

Choose a current song that will appeal to all generations or a medley. If it was me, I would choose something from Bruno Mars or The Chainsmokers. Remember you both have to love the tune as you'll be hearing it a lot in rehearsals.

Emma Brewer
www.firstdance.co.uk

 

Dance the night away

Dance the night away

Q. We want to wow our guests on the big day. Do you have any suggestions on how we can do this?

A. Emma Brewer says: There are lots of ways you can impress your friends and family during your first dance. The majority of couples are happy shuffling around the floor but if you want something a bit different, why not consider a medley? Start with a slow song and transform it into something more crowd-pleasing. Remember in order to pull off a great routine, you'll need to put in the hours and work.

Choose a piece of music that you love and means something special to you both.

Alternatively, you could opt for a specific style such as Latin or ballroom. Find a course or class near you and leave plenty of time to rehearse before the big day.

If you don't have much spare time, then choose a tune you both like and gaze into each other's eyes and smile throughout.

Emma Brewer
www.firstdance.co.uk

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