What Happens On The Dance Floor

Choreographed By
Alison Biggs (UK), Peter Metelnick (UK). December 2010
Artist
Alexandra Burke Feat. Cobra Starship
Choreographed to
What Happens On The Dance Floor (view all dances to this track)
Level
Intermediate
Count
64
Walls
2





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Reviews of What Happens On The Dance Floor.


Joanna Hall
11th Feb 2011
Another hit from Alison & Peter! Making it a 64 count dance with two very easy restarts works really well with the music and makes the dance a very comfortable level and length while still being different enough in places to keep dancers interested. Keep them coming Alsion & Peter!
Another hit from Alison & Peter! Making it a 64 count dance with two very easy restarts works really well with the music and makes the dance a very comfortable level and length while still being different enough in places to keep dancers interested. Keep them coming Alsion & Peter!
 

chrisk
27th Jan 2011
I agree with Mike's earlier review. Definitely worth the effort. Everything just flows so well and the restart is very easy to remember. The class really enjoyed both music and dance. Thanks Peter & Alison.
I agree with Mike's earlier review. Definitely worth the effort. Everything just flows so well and the restart is very easy to remember. The class really enjoyed both music and dance. Thanks Peter & Alison.
 

Mike Parkinson
23rd Jan 2011
There at it again Alison & Peter!!Taught this for the first time this weekend (22/01/11) a good first time teach reception. This 64/2 (with easy restarts) flows well throughout, and has some interesting linked sections on 3&4, that make you think a little, but once your class has mastered them it's plain sailing. The restart appear in the same place on both 2nd & 4th wall and easy to remember. Easy teach and very enjoyable. Try this one for your high Improvers & Intermediate. Well worth the effort.Thanks Alison & Peter.
There at it again Alison & Peter!!Taught this for the first time this weekend (22/01/11) a good first time teach reception. This 64/2 (with easy restarts) flows well throughout, and has some interesting linked sections on 3&4, that make you think a little, but once your class has mastered them it's plain sailing. The restart appear in the same place on both 2nd & 4th wall and easy to remember. Easy teach and very enjoyable. Try this one for your high Improvers & Intermediate. Well worth the effort.Thanks Alison & Peter.
 

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