Viennese Waltz Lessons


The elegance and charm of the Viennese Waltz reminds one of glamorous balls in Europe and the USA in the 1800‘s and early 1900’s. A waltzing couple rotates around the floor, revolving gracefully around each other. The Viennese Waltz is a quick, rotating dance, much faster-paced than the classic, slow Waltz. This dance is characterized by sweeping turns that move gracefully around the floor.  It is known for its simple and elegant rotational movement.

The Waltz developed in Central Europe, originating from the Austrian folkdance known as the "Landler." The dance arrived in Vienna during the 1800s, and then became popular throughout Europe and America.