Sep Vermeersch


Sep is a very passionate SwingJazz Dancer and Music expert, based in Gent, Belgium. The combination of his educational background and daily professional practice makes him a unique person to work with. His energy and passion for the dance, music, art and vintage business made him a very busy and welcomed guest in many projects and events in Belgium and around Europe.

Sep Vermeersch is a versatile swing and jazz dancer based in Gent, Belgium. He’s known for his positive energy and dynamic movement. He started as a ‘spontaneous’ dancer, shakin’ it in bars and at parties. This probably clarifies his unique and musical dancing style.

Today, you can find Sep teaching, performing and MC-ing for different projects. From performing authentic vintage dances with The Dipsy Doodles to burlesque cabaret with ‘Un Coup de Folies’. He’s even ‘go go dancing’ and MC-ing at electronic music festivals like Tomorrow lands’ Radio Ultra Modern stage.

He teaches lindy hop and solo jazz for Ghent finest authentic jazz dance school Crazy Legs. But in weekends he travels around Europe to teach solo or partnered up, mostly with Alexia Legoueix. At home Sep can be found training, Dj-ing or organising events for LouisLou. His energy and passion for the music, dance, art and vintage business made him a very busy and welcomed guest in many projects and events.The combination of his daily practise, pedagogical education and his energising class style makes him a unique ‘character’ in the modern swing dance world.

He’s not only valuing the dance itself, but especially the music and the ‘human’ behind
all of that. Come over and Jam!
He has competed often with for eg these interesting results: 1st place at ‘ultimate best dancer’ at Harlem 2015 (Vilnius, Lithuania), Strictly at Lindy Shock 2013 in Budapest and Solo Jazz at LSSF 2015 in Ljubljana. He was second at solo Blues in ESDC 2015 and first place with Alexia at SnowBall 2017 Slowdance contest.



Favourite move

Undefined groovy move

Drink of choice

Fresh OJ with a ginger shot