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ICDC Dance

SOCIAL EVENT

Viennese waltz lessons and dance rehearsal for Viennese ball: an evening of wine & dance
This event is organized by the International Club of DC.

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WHAT: ICDC Dance

WHEN: Thursday April 12, 2018, – 7pm-9:30pm

WHERE: La Maison Française – 4101 Reservoir Rd, NW - Washington, D.C. 20007

PRICE: $25.00 - 7-9 PM Viennese Waltz Lessons for ICDC Members
$30.00 - 7-9PM Viennese Waltz Lessons for NON MEMBERS

RESERVATION: Online registration required on Eventbrite.

ADD. INFOS: All attendees must be 21 and over. Strictly no exceptions. IDs will be checked and validated by Embassy security. Street parking.

Whether you plan to attend our Viennese Ball or would simply like to learn how to dance the Viennese Waltz, on a wooden dance floor as it is danced in Vienna, don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn how to dance one of the most elegant and romantic dances of all time. The lessons will be taught on a wooden dance floor at the French Embassy, one of the most magnificent embassies in Washington DC.

During the lessons French wine (served to guests 21+) and other drinks will be available for purchase at the cash bar. Please bring cash for the cash bar and note that the dance lessons does not include food so please plan to have dinner before or after the event.

The Viennese waltz lessons will be taught by Herb and Carol Traxler. A Native of Austria, Herbert Traxler with his wife Carol Traxler have taught the Viennese waltz to hundreds of enthusiastic dancers in the Washington, DC, area — at the White House, Smithsonian, and other venues around town. Their Viennese waltz lessons include the Viennese waltz (Linkswalzer, Rechtswalzer, hesitation step), posture, dance etiquette, and the Handkuss (hand kiss), as well as an introduction to the Viennese balls and to the Viennese waltz music of the Strauss dynasty. The Traxlers will be glad to answer your questions about the Viennese waltz as well as the upcoming Viennese Ball.

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