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    Afro-Cuban Dance

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    What exactly was Barry Manilow doing at the Copacabana, the hottest spot north of Havana? Well, he was probably embracing the Cuban tradition and dancing the night away. Cuba embraces its African folklore through dance. Blending Latin rhythms and African movements, this class will teach you the techniques and terminology behind Afro-Cuban dances, such as swaying and shimmying. Through these hypnotic rhythms, you'll improve your strength, agility, and balance, as these dances are high-energy and intense. Take a trip to Cuba via the dance floor. You may never want to leave.
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    Afro-Cuban Dance

    1016 N Dearborn St, Chicago

    • Explore the rhythms, beats, and movements associated with Cuban folklore
    • Gain an understanding of Cuban expressions and culture, infused with rich African heritage
    • No experience necessary
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    Kizomba Zouk Dance

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    Originally called the kizomba zouk, this is a musical genre of antilliano source (Antelias), though it originally earned its success in Cape Verde and Angola, two African countries that were a former Portuguese colonies. In the mid 80's, Cape Verdeans, Angolans, and several artists began to create the zouk genre that very quickly conquered the public. With Latin Street Dancing, you'll find out just how contagious this style truly is! As you learn the essential steps and movements of this dance, see how the dance mixes in some merengue, tango, bachata, and that rhythmic African feel. Oh, and remember to put on some nice cologne or perfume before coming to this class, because you'll be dancing very close to your partner!
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    Kizomba Zouk Dance

    600 W. Roosevelt , Chicago

    • Dance the beautiful, sensual, folkloric kizomba zouk that mixes merengue, tango, bachata, and African beats
    • Learn more about the dance that quickly conquered the Cape Verdeans and Angolans
    • Explore Latin and African culture through authentic dances
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