Disco, Freestyle & Rock 'n' Roll
The aims of the Faculty are to create a sound and safe technique for Disco, Freestyle & Rock 'n' Roll and Country Western Dance while understanding the need to allow freedom of expression and musical interpretation and to educate teachers that dance within this Faculty is an ever-changing art form. Modern music, trends and different cultures will always give us new challenges and material to introduce to our dancers.
Please note: formation team routines should follow the same path as solo medal levels, e.g. sdt, pre bronze, bronze, silver, gold, stars etc.
View events photos
- Dance Exchange on 20th September 2015 (photos on the ISTD Facebook page)
- DFR Grand Finals Guildford Spectrum 12 October 2014
- Guildford Spectrum 9th Oct 2011
- 2014 Worthing Congress DVD’s can be orderd from Mr Derek Brown
- For an overview of all DFR events, visit our events page
Set Dance DVD 2015 -2016
For price and to place an order please contact Patsy Graham: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: The title of a DFR Faculty genre currently known as 'Street Dance & Commercial Hip Hop' has been shortened to 'Street Dance' as from January 2015.
A Glossary of Technical Terms for Street Dance is available from the ISTD Shop. Please check the ISTD website for availability.
For price details and to place an order for Set Dance DVD 2013–2014, please contact Patsy Graham on 01494 513135. DVDs from previous years are still available and make wonderful material for class and examination work. For DVDs prior to 2011/2012, please apply directly to the ISTD Shop on 020 7377 1577 ext. 810 or ext. 811. For later copies, please contact Patsy Graham for availability and price.
The ISTD celebrated its 110th anniversary in 2014
Download a fascinating new history of the DFR Faculty, written to mark the occasion.
If you would like to find out more about ISTD history you can order your copy of 100 Years of Dance from our online shop.
23 NovWe are delighted to announce a new Chair of the ISTD Board, Council Member and C...
07 JulJune Cant sadly passed away in March, a short tribute to her.
Sunday 19 June