THIS EVENT IS RSVP ONLY
Learn the basics of Salsa, Swing and Waltz with phenomenal dance instructors, Svitlana Gliebova and Artur Sveshnikov. During this 1 hour workshop, you will become familiar with the steps of each dance through individual teaching. You will also get a chance to try it out and dance with a partner (optional). This workshop is for dancers of all levels—beginners are welcome!
ABOUT ARTUR SVESHNIKNOV
Artur began his dance career at the age of 7 in Odessa, Ukraine. At the age of 9 Artur started competing and became a Champion of Ukraine at the age of 12. In 2008 he graduated form Kiev National University of Culture and Arts with a major in Ballroom dance. Artur is certified in International Latin, International Ballroom, American Style Smooth and Rhythm dances. Throughout his career he was a finalist and prize winner at numerous National and International Competitions.
Since 2005, he has been a lead dancer and choreographer in a dance theater “Millennium” which participated in such TV shows as “Dancing with the Stars”, “The Melody of Two Hearts”, “The best 10…” amongst many others.
In 2008 Artur moved to United States and became a part of Fred Astaire Dance Studios. After 3 years of being a co-owner of Fred Astaire Midtown, Artur and his wife Svitlana decided to open his own Studio in Downtown New York.
ABOUT SVITLANA GLIEBOVA
Svitlana Gliebova was born in Lviv, Ukraine. She studied Public Relations in Kiev National University of Culture and Arts where she met Artur Sveshnikov. After Artur got invited to teach ballroom dancing at one of the Fred Astaire Dance Studios in United States, Svitlana decided to move to US and continue with her modeling career. After Artur became a co-owner of Fred Astaire Dance Studio, Svitlana began training to become a certified Ballroom Dance Instructor. She fell in love with the Fred Astaire Company, as she saw how students became more happy, confident, and graceful after each lesson. The ability to bring music, dance and joy to people every day is what inspires her to continue learning and make sure she becomes the best teacher she can be for her students.