SPRING SHOW

Swingtime presents: Lindy Hop on Pop





Roble Dance Studio: Thursday, June 1, 2017, 7:30pm

Free and open to the public!

Check out our Facebook event for the latest information!

ABOUT

Swingtime is Stanford's premiere performance-based swing dance troupe.

Our specialty is Savoy-style Lindy Hop, a style of swing born in late-'20s Harlem. We work with professional choreographers, dance historians, and dance legends to recreate swing-era dances and integrate current trends.


Swingtime's repertoire ranges from smooth swing with sleek moves to fast-paced Lindy Hop with jaw-dropping aerials. We are continually pressing the limits of how smooth, fast, and high we can go!


BOOKING

We bring the party.

Want to jazz up your company party or dance showcase? We love doing gigs of all kinds. Options including choreographies, swing dancing lessons, or both.


Our pieces range from cute and cheery to smooth and jazzy, so if you're looking to set a particular mood, we're happy to help.


For booking or general enquiries, please e-mail us at email.


See us in action.

Check out our YouTube Channel, where you can find a compilation of performance videos.


Alternatively, check out our online photo gallery above for pictures of us in action!

Check out our past gigs.

2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016

MEMBERS

Cansu Culha
Artistic Director
Historian
Barak Oshri
Artistic Director
Jean-Baptiste Ruffio
Artistic Director
Financial Officer
Alex Fu
President
Alena Rott
Vice President
Sofia Carrillo
Social Chair
Tracy Mandel
Gigs Chair
Evan Liu
"Webmaster"
Chris Ling
Jackie Lin
Jojo Ortiz
Jose Hernandez
John Rees
Bonnie Nortz
Jack Swiggett
Arkira Chantaratananond
Richard Lin
Maya Ziv
Babacar Cedric Ndoye

Thank you to David Chia, Lucas Garron, William Ito, and our other photographers for these photos.

CONTACT

For booking and general enquiries, email us at

email.

Swingtime members often dance socially, but we are primarily a performance group. For information on Lindy Hop lessons and dance parties, check out The Stanford Lindy Project.