This week I did a lesson in dancing Kuduro, which is a dance from Angola. So today I am sharing this article from Orijin Culture:
If you’ve gone to a club in any of the major metropolitan cities, chances are that you were dancing to the Don Omar’s “Danza Kuduro” jam. This song hit the pop charts and bill boards at #1 during 2010 and for good reason. … More Kuduro Dance
Are you a dancer living in the middle of nowhere? Perhaps your scene is so small, you may as well live in the mountains. Welcome to the club.
Here’s a picture of my dance reality:
I live and dance in Boone, NC, Lindy Hop population 1. The existence of our dance scene is tenuous. Once there was a lively group with beginning Lindy Hoppers who were gung-ho about travel, but they’ve left. Except for me. … More 10 Secrets to Improving Your Dancing When You’re All Alone
The following was written by Marisa Wright,an Australian writer and dancer with nearly 40 years’ experience in ballet, jazz, flamenco, ballroom, Latin and belly-dance. The most difficult thing to master in ballroom dance, salsa, tango, swing, latin – or any other kind of partner dancing – is not the steps. It’s the interaction with your … More Lead and Follow – The Secret to Dance Partnering