Catrine Ljunggren is a lady with many skills. As a dancer, teacher, performer & swing organizer she specializing in Lindy Hop, Tap, Jazz as well as Argentine Tango. During her 30+years as a swing dancer she has been traveling around the world teaching and performing and been part of many productions, musicals, commercials and tv appearance.
Catrine is one of six founders and original members of the legendary Rhythm Hot Shots (now The Hot Shots) who learned the Lindy Hop directly from Al Minns and Frankie Manning. Together with the dance group she was the founder of Herräng dance camp and owner until 2002. She also organized Hop The Millennium, a swing camp that took place in Ensenada, Mexico and was attended by more than 450 people from all over the world. She was part of organizing LHAIF and during her 10 years in San Francisco, she ran her own swing place called Cat's Corner for many years. She also had the opportunity to work on a George Lucas movie, "Red Tails". Coming back to Sweden she ran her own dance school in Jönköping "Jamboree" for about 6 years before she moved back to Stockholm.
Catrine is among many things known for her high and positive energy and she has an eye for details that helps her bring the students to a higher level - this year at Herräng dance Camp she will be teaching with Andrew Sutton.