ILHC 2011 – The Chase

A collection of The Chase begin performed by a variety of dancers at the International Lindy Hop Championship 2011.

The International Lindy Hop Championships:
http://www.ilhc.com

Videos shot by Patrick Szmidt & Natasha Ouimet:
http://buildingthecommunity.patrickandnatasha.com/

This edit provided by Mickey Pedroza
http://mikeypedroza.com/

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The Chase

Kenny and Jesse show The Chase, a Charleston choreography.

- If you are into solo charleston and jazz you gotta know The Chase –

This is the Chase Charleston step. It can be done in various ways. For example either with the leader and follower facing the same direction or facing each other.

By the way, this is not a socially leadable figure, so on the dance floor you should do it with people you have practiced the sequence with.

NOTE: These moves are also known as the “Downs” Break.

Here is a video with examples of dancers performing The Chase. ILHC 2011 – The Chase

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Jesse Hanus
www.madverve.com and www.jessehanus.com

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Chase Charleston choreography

Kenny and Jesse show the Chase Charleston choreography.

This is the Chase Charleston step. It can be done in various ways. For example either with the leader and follower facing the same direction or facing each other.

By the way, this is not a socially leadable figure, so on the dance floor you should do it with people you have practiced the sequence with.

NOTE: These moves are also known as the “Downs” Break.

Here is a video with examples of dancers performing The Chase. ILHC 2011 – The Chase

Teachers: Kenny Nelson and Jesse Hanus
www.madverve.com and www.jessehanus.com

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