Music at Sunset: Swing with Fleur Seule

Travel back in time to the 1940s with swing, jazz, and ballroom hits by Fleur Seule. Led by songbird and band leader Allyson Briggs, Fleur Seule's 7-piece band plays the music popular in FDR's time, evoking a bygone era.

From 6:15pm - 7:15pm, learn to swing-dance with lessons for all levels by dancing couple Jerry and Celia Feldman. Then, visitors can practice their new moves from 7:15pm - 9pm. 

Food, beer, and wine will be available for sale at the Katchkie Truck. Members will receive 2 complimentary drinks. Become a member today!

Free; no registration required. 

About Fleur Seule

Fleur Seule is an authentic 1940s Jazz & Swing band that plays hits from all around the world. Songbird/Bandleader Allyson Briggs sings in 6 languages to accommodate a wide variety of New York audiences. The band size ranges from 2-9 pieces and can provide the perfect ambiance for an intimate cocktail lounge to filling a dance floor with inspiring swing dancers! Whether an All-American USO style set, or an exotic voyage through Europe, Fleur Seule will take you on a memorable musical journey, as they revive hits made famous by Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Edith Piaf, Marlene Dietrich, Dinah Shore, and more. 

Current Venues: The Rainbow Room, Tavern on the Green, The Lamb's Club, Bathtub Gin NYC, Cafe Tallulah, Refinery Hotel.

 Visit www.fleurseule.com for more information.

About Dance Instructors,
elia and Jerry Feldman

Celia and Jerry have been teaching partner dance for more than 15 years in private, semi-private, small groups, workshop settings, and private dance events. They teach all social partner dances and try to provide a strong foundation in the basics and then build upon that. Currently, they teach college students for Dance Clubs at Hunter and Baruch Colleges. Their latest project is The Social Partner Dance Club, which is a MeetUp group focusing on teaching, guided practice, and social dance. Their favorite dance couple is Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers and their motto is "Dance for Life.”

Cover photo by Sharlene Morris