Shall We Dance? Merengue and Bachata Dancing Class

Shall We Dance? Merengue and Bachata Dancing Class


Please come on Saturday, August 11 at 4 p.m. to the dancing event where you will be able to learn Merengue-dancing skills and Bachata dance moves with our American instructor Manny Ongsing. Bachata is a sultry, heart-pulsing dance step that originated in the Dominican Republic and associated with Bachata music. Bachata is a style of social dance, which is now danced all over the world. The dance consists of three steps with a hip motion, as well as a Cuban hip movement, and a tap on the fourth beat. With a rich yet recent history, Bachata does vary significantly from style to style and area to area, so don’t miss it.In addition, we will introduce you to Merengue dance. Merengue is a simple, fun dance with origins in the Dominican Republic. The simple march tempo is easy to hear and feel, and lends itself to a spontaneous, improvisational style of dance. You do not necessarily need to bring a partner, as we will rotate partners throughout the class. This is an easy dance to learn and it is a lot of fun.

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