Videos

We will be adding all salsa videos (and rueda ones) here. Please remember we may have other salsa videos on our blog, on our YouTube channel, on our Instagram and on our Facebook page.

End of class practice – Octubre 2018

Our level 5 students start strong! They did a great rueda with a lot of flow, lots of difficult changes and some casino steps. We will continue working on the song’s intro and body. As you can see, even though it was a Monday night, they are killing it! Considering this is only their second class this fall, we can only foresee good ruedas coming up.

Video and editing by Dame2Salsa.

 

Cuban rueda at La Especial

We were asked by La Guapería Musical, a group who organizes timba and salsa events in Madrid, to participate in one of their events. We share La Guapería’s philosophy of promoting Cuban salsa in Madrid, as we try to promote through our Cuban rueda classes.

So, we did not approach this as a show, performance or as a way to advertise our school. We asked for some student volunteers to show everybody how easy and fun it is to dance rueda. Mission accomplished!

After our little rueda we taught some easy adornos to make sure that everybody could participate, and then got a giant rueda together with all of those who wanted to try it out.

Photography and video taken by William Mbakop. Names of the dancers in the video description -go to YouTube!

Flashmob Ventas 2017

As the grand finale of the 2016/2017 school year (June 10th-11th), we did several salsa flashmobs at Las Ventas in Madrid. Despite our nerves and the occasional mistake, it was really impressive and the public loved it! Of course, we were (and are) so proud of our students. Some of them had only been dancing for a couple of months!

Photography and video were taken by Alexandra Lunar and Christina Samson. All video editing was made by Cristian Barrio. Names of the dancers in the video description -go to YouTube!

 

Level 2 class

Adam Jamieson, our dear student, had the great idea of recording the practice rueda that we did at the end of one of our Level 2 review classes. We think it is a good resource for students to check their progress and see how it looks from the outside.

Video and editing: Adam Jamieson. Names of the dancers in the video description -go to Youtube!