Robert and Louise Aldred
Robert and Louise Aldred both began dancing at the age of 3, Robert training with Joan and Lewis Wilson, Louise competing firstly as a juvenile in Classical Sequence and then as a junior and youth in Ballroom and Latin becoming one of the country’s leading competitors in these fields. Their first meeting was at a dance competition and they were married two years later.
They first entered into inventive dance at the British Dance Council competition at Stoke-On-Trent which they won with the Countess Waltz. This was later to become a Championship dance along with prize winning dances, the Washington Two Step and Elizabethan Waltz.
They are both Championship Adjudicators and have lectured for most of the Teaching Associations. Robert is a Fellow of both the NATD and ISTD, recently being invited to sit on the Sequence Faculty of the latter.
Louise and Robert are co-principals of a busy dance school near Nottingham. They teach Ballroom, Latin, Sequence, Line Dancing, Salsa, R&R and Freestyle covering all levels including social dancers, medallists, competitors and professional tuition. The school is an ISTD approved Dance Centre offering QCA recognised graded examinations and qualifications.
Contact (0115) 9384688 for further information.