Audrey Wilson trained with friend and Swing legend, Frankie Manning. She led the resurgence of Lindy Hop in Orange County beginning in the late 1980's and continues to influence the Swing scene today. Many of her students have gone on to become renowned teachers, performers and champion competitors.
Critically acclaimed on several continents, Audrey Wilson has performed and taught dance all over the world. Her performances and projects include collaborations with a litany of entertainment luminaries including Little Richard, The Righteous Brothers, Leonardo Di Caprio and Annie Leibovitz. She has also worked with CBS, PBDA and the Rose Parade.
Audrey's unprecedented exploration of the dances of the 1930s and 40s earned her a Masters of Fine Arts in Dance from the University of California at Irvine. And she has since returned to teach and bring her wealth of knowledge and experience for us to share.
Constantly in demand, Audrey's unique style of choreography is filled with humor, excitement and surprise. Audrey has danced Lindy Hop, Charleston, Balboa, and Shag with world renown instructors from Sweden, England, Germany, Singapore, and the United States. Her creative and dynamic teaching style, combined with her extensive knowledge of Swing dances makes Audrey one of the most renown teachers available to the dance community today.