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The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn CD Release Party and Swing Dance at 92nd St. Y in NYC

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The Blue Vipers Of Brooklyn
THE BLUE VIPERS OF BROOKLYN'S CD RELEASE PARTY/DANCE HOSTED BY 92ND STREET Y AND SWING DANCE SWING.

Saturday, November 10th, 2007, 7PM-1AM

92nd Street Y on Lexington Ave. at 92nd Street

New York City

Admission $15/$12 Students w/valid ID




The 92nd Street Y's Harkness Dance Center and local dance promoters Swing Dance Swing will host a dance on Saturday, November 10th featuring one of most fun and talented swing band's in New York, The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn who are celebrating the release of their second CD Forty Days And Forty Nights.

Doors open at 6:45PM. Admission is $15 ($12 for students with valid ID) and includes complimentary wine, soft drinks, light snacks, coffee and tea. The evening begins at 7PM with a swing dance lesson, followed by live music performed by The Blue Vipers Of Brooklyn. In between the band's sets, DJ Myrna will keep the joint jumpin' with continuous music. The night will also feature special guest dance performances.

About The Blue Vipers Of Brooklyn:

The Blue Vipers Of Brooklyn are an early jazz, swing and blues band composed of resonator guitar/vocals, upright bass, homemade washboard percussion, trumpet and saxophone. Their repertoire of witty songs from the 1920's and 30's is augmented by original tunes with moving yet often bawdy lyrics and catchy 4 part harmony.

About Swing Dance Swing:

Swing Dance Swing is a swing dance production group organized by Lindy Hop (swing) enthusiast Myrna Caceres who believes in the importance of providing the New York community with a place to dance to live swing music. Swing Dance Swing will be celebrating their 2nd Anniversary at their November 2007 event!



About the 92nd Street Y:

Since 1935, the 92ND STREET Y HARKNESS DANCE CENTER has celebrated dance, nurturing the talents of dance greats like Martha Graham, Anna Sokolow, Alvin Ailey, Merce Cunningham, Robert Joffrey and Lester Horton. These artists created, performed and taught at the Y, building the foundation for contemporary dance as we know it. With the generous support of the Harkness Foundation for Dance, the 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center continues to nurture the teaching, creation and performance of modern dance, serving adults, children, dance professionals and the community at large.

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