Chris and Lynnanne Miller


Hungarian, Argentine, American
Hungarian, Argentine, American

Christopher and Lynanne Miller


Lynnanne Miller Christopher "Chris" Miller is widely recognized for his skills and knowledge of the Argentine Tango, American Vintage dance, and Hungarian dance forms. He has also studied Irish Step and Tap dance. He was a performer as well as a costumer with Khadra in the 1980s, and with AMAN, first in the 1970s and again in the 1990s. Chris is also a craftsman and designer of jewelry, sculpture, and other objets d'art.

Lynnanne Hanson Miller has dedicated 25 years to the instruction, preservation, research, and performance of multi-cultural dance and heritage. Although well versed in the dance forms of several cultures, among her favorites are Vintage Dances (Ragtime and Swing) and country dance as well as Polynesian dances. Lynnanne was a performer and choreographer for Westwind in the 1980s, AMAN in the 1990s, and is currently a Teaching Artist in schools throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Her youth and family dance classes at a studio in Altadena, California are ongoing.

Chris and Lynnanne have performed, choreographed, and instructed dance together since 1992. They taught at the 2012 and 2013 Mendocino Folklore Camp.

Dances Chris and Lynnanne have taught include The Balboa, Învîrtita, and Legenyes.