Last month, I had the pleasure and privilege to attend the Puerto Rico Tango Festival 2015 in San Juan.
Are you a salsa aficionado? When you're traveling - there are a number of cities that have embraced salsa dancing wholeheartedly: Miami, Havana, LA, NYC.
From October 22 – 26, 2015, San Juan, PR will host a Puerto Rican Tango Festival for the 5th time with Otros Aires, Beach Milongas and a Masquerade Ball.
Each year New York City hosts the Manhattan Dance Championships, a competition that features some of the best ballroom dancers in the country.
If you've ever studied ballroom dance or even taken a quickie wedding prep dance class, you've certainly learned the basic slow-slow-quick-quick of the Foxtrot.
Dance aficionados claim that New York Style salsa is the original style of salsa, as the term and the dance were coined in the Big Apple.
Persian dance seems to be an obscure genre, often confused with other more popular Middle Eastern dance styles, such as Egyptian belly dance.
Escobilla in Spanish means a small broom or brush.
Modern dancers still rely on many ballet steps as part of their choreographed modern dance routines.
Invigorating argentine tango performances took NYC by storm this spring bringing most famous dancers up close.