Ballroom Dances

  • Foxtrot


    In 1914, husband and wife ballroom dance team Vernon and Irene Castle took notice of the dance, giving it a...

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  • Merengue


    Authentic Merengue is one of the simplest Latin dances to learn. The beat is clear and the rhythm constant. Merengue’s...

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  • Bachata


    Bachata is quickly becoming one of today’s most popular Latin dances, but it was not always so. Bachata dates back...

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  • Swing


    On March 26, 1926, the Savoy Ballroom opened its doors in the Harlem section of New York City. Music at...

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  • Cha-Cha


    Cha-Cha (or Cha-Cha-Cha) is variation of two other dances, it is a derivative of Mambo through its Latin music and...

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  • Rumba


    The Original Rumba is an African Folk Dance mostly evolved in Cuba in the 16th century with great influence from...

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  • Salsa


    The movements of Salsa have its origins in Cuban Son, Cha Cha, Mambo and other dance forms. The dance, along...

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  • Waltz


    Originally called the “Volte” and danced in circle form during the 16th century, the Waltz is said to have first...

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  • Argentine Tango / Tango

    Argentine Tango / Tango

    The word “tango” may be forthrightly African in origin, meaning “closed place” or “reserved ground.” It may also derive from...

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