Cabaret Jazz Workshop Fri Nov-3-Dec 15

This class is taught by:

Craig Hempsted

An instructional video that guides you step-by-step through the fundamentals of flexibility. It's chaptered in such a way that there is benefit for the ballet or jazz dancer, the gymnast, the martial artist or the contortionist. Regardless of your chosen discipline, Craig Hempsted's "Reach" video will help you achieve your flexibility goals. Craig Hempsted has trained with Cirque du Soleil, The Royal Winnipeg Ballet, The National Ballet of Canada and Les Ballets Jazz du Montreal. After embarking upon a career which took him to many international destinations, he was imported to Las Vegas to become the principal choreographer for Dick Foster Productions. For the Fosters, he choreographed "Imagine" at the Luxor, "Spellbound" at Harrah's, "Eclipse" in Johannesburg, South Africa and "Mystique" in Auckland, New Zealand. Craig is a resident guest artist/choreographer for Stages Performing Arts School in Victoria, BC and for Harbour Dance Centre in Vancouver, BC. Craig is a highly sought after instructor and adjudicator for many of the national competitions including Dance Educators of America and Dance Masters of America.
Cabaret Jazz with Craig Hempsted. In this class, we will explore and celebrate the beauty of the female form through dance. The choreography will be technically informed, saucy and often peppered with humour. All levels of ability welcome!

Song: Christmas Blues by Holly Cole
Optional Performance at the end of the session Thurs Dec 14 at The Venue.

Fridays 6:45-8:15PM
November 3-December 15
7 weeks for $126 if register by Oct 27, $133 afterwards.

Upcoming classes:

  • Fri Nov 24 6:45 pm - 8:15 pm with Craig Hempsted
  • Fri Dec 01 6:45 pm - 8:15 pm with Craig Hempsted
  • Fri Dec 08 6:45 pm - 8:15 pm with Craig Hempsted
  • Fri Dec 15 6:45 pm - 8:15 pm with Craig Hempsted


Harbour Dance Centre TM 3rd Floor, 927 Granville St., Vancouver, BC Canada V6Z 1L3 | Tel: 604.684.9542 |
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