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Learning to dance at Dance School Kluver means healthy exercise, fun and developing a love for dancing. You can join at all levels, from absolute beginner to seasoned dancer. Competitive dancers are also very welcome to join our competition team. Dance lessons are not only about the steps, but also about technique and posture. From the first lesson we pay attention to all aspects of dance.

Perhaps you prefer not to join a group lesson but still want to learn to dance, for example to stun the guests at your wedding with a spectacular first dance? Then just contact us to arrange some private lessons.

You are also welcome to come and have a look around the school on a Saturday evening. From 21.00 onwards we have practice evenings which continue all year round. Or call to make an appointment to come and visit at a different time. Discover the best way to learn to dance at the finest dance school in the Amsterdam area.


In the first year you will become acquainted with the following dances:

Waltz, Tango, Quick Step, Viennese Waltz, ChaChaCha, Rumba, Jive, Mambo

You learn the basic steps and a number of variations for each style.

Dancing is not just about the steps of course, but also about technique and posture. In the beginners’ course the emphasis is on executing the right steps, but also learning the essentials of technique and posture.


If you missed the start of the beginners course, you can still join the crash course halfway through the dance season. In this crash course you learn the same dances and variations as in the standard beginners’ course but the variations are just repeated less often.


From the second year onwards, the following dances are part of the programme:

Waltz, Tango, Quick step, Slow Foxtrot, Viennese Waltz, ChaChaCha, Rumba, Mambo, Jive, Samba, Paso Doble

The number of different dances does not increase further in higher years. However you do learn additional variations for each dance. You also learn more about technique and posture.

If you can't get enough of all kinds of variations, then the Dance Cafe (Danscafé) is for you! At this lesson the emphasis is on learning many and complex variations.

Competition Dancing

Do you take dancing very seriously and have a permanent dance partner? Then you might be our next competition couple! Competition couples may participate in our competition training, in which we mainly work on technique and posture. Highly-qualified guest teachers also regularly give workshops. For the slightly more advanced competition dancer it is also advisable to take private lessons on a regular basis. Special attention is paid to the interaction between the couple and the technical aspects that you need to reach the top!