In Flamenco, Compás (comb-PAS) is everything.
In Flamenco dance, braceo (bra-SAY-oh) is the Spanish term for Flamenco "arm work," the specific technique of moving the arms.
What does the ballet conductor really do? Yes, he or she stands in the pit in front of the orchestra and sets the tempo and cues the dancers.
It is said attitude is everything - well it’s true, especially in Flamenco.
Exploring the art of Flamenco dance from A to Z can be as challenging as the art form itself! In many cases there is more than one topic I could choose f.
The Foxtrot burst onto the national dance scene in the early 20th century.
It is true – no pink birds here, so do not say Flamingo (fluh-MING-o), say Flamenco (fluh-MEN.
The history of Flamenco is a bit sketchy for the simple fact that much of its past has been documented through oral tradition.
Salsa dancing initially developed into a particular style in the 1940s and comes from a tradition of Latin dance style.
Harry Fox, a vaudeville actor among other things, developed the Foxtrot dance in 1914.