Nous constituons une nouvelle équipe de Salsa/Bachata qui cherche à mettre leur passion sur scène. Les étudiants développeront leurs compétences de Salsa et Bachata pour la chorégraphie. Combinez SAVEUR, les rythmes enjoués, la sensualité, le mouvement du corps, et jeux de pieds, tout en nourrissant votre désir de danse sur scène devant un public en direct. Apprenez les techniques de performance essentiels et ayez du plaisir à faire ce que vous aimez!
Ce programme est destiné aux étudiants dévoués qui cherchent à se pousser à devenir de meilleurs danseurs en seulement quelques mois. Si c'est vous, nous serions ravis de vous compter parmi nous!
We are assembling a new Salsa/Bachata team who are looking to put their passion on stage. During this intensive program, students will develop their Salsa and Bachata skills and combine FLAVOUR, playful rhythms, sensuality, body movement, and footwork, all while feeding your desire to live that dance on stage in front of live audiences. Get into the music, learn essential performance techniques and have a fun doing what you love!
This program is for dedicated students who are looking to push themselves to become better dancers in just a few short months. If this is you, we'd love to have you join us!
On the agenda- 14th annual Montreal Salsa Convention 2018.
Trial class 20$+ txs. rsvp 514-871-8852
The name salsa (sauce) has been described as a dance since the mid-1970s. The use of the term for the dance started in New York. It evolved from earlier Cuban dance forms such as Son, Son Montuno, cha cha cha, mambo and Puerto Rican bomba and plena which were popular in the Caribbean, Latin America and the Latino communities in New York since the 1940s. Salsa, like most music genres has gone through a lot of variation through the years and incorporated elements of Afro-Cuban and Afro-Caribbean dances such as Guaguancó and Pachanga. Different countries of the Caribbean and Latin America have distinct salsa styles of their own, such as Cuban, Cali Colombia, Puerto Rican, L.A. and New York styles.
Bachata is a style of dance that originated in the Dominican Republic. It is danced widely all over the world but not identically.
The basics to the dance are three-step with a Cuban hip motion, followed by a tap including a hip movement on the 4th beat. The knees should be slightly bent so the performer can sway the hips easier. The movement of the hips is very important because it’s a part of the soul of the dance. Generally, most of the dancer’s movement is in the lower body up to the hips, and the upper body moves much less.