Learn to Dance Foxtrot
The Foxtrot is a progressive and turning dance moving along the Line of Dance.
Typically danced to big band swing-style music written in 4/4 time and with a music tempo ranging from 120 to 136 BPM;
Foxfrot was developed by American entertainer Harry Fox and is a very versatile dance that can be adapted to almost all 4/4 time music.
The figures taught in the Bronze Syllabus are taken with body flight and are designed for the larger ballroom floor.
However these same figures are also suited to the average night-club floor when danced more compactly. Sway and rise and fall highlight the smooth style of the Foxtrot.