Next Level Salsa ~ 6 Weeks ~ Wednesdays Feb 28 – Apr 3, 2024
Wednesdays ~ 7:00-7:55 pm ~ Next Level Salsa ~ w/Megan
*Beginning Salsa experience required.
Cost per Class (6 weeks):
• Members $70, Non-Members $80 (Online)
• Registration on day of class at dance hall: Members $75 for each, Non-Members $85
Please choose if you are participating as a Lead or Follow. In partner dancing, dancers seek to work together to create synchronized or complementary movements. The leader is largely responsible for initiating the movement, whereas the follower’s role is to maintain this movement.
We’re encouraging everyone to sign-up online to ease the burden on our volunteers on the day of registration. We understand not everyone is comfortable with online registration. You can still register on the day of class. If you would like to register early instead of online, see one of our Board Members to assist you during a practice session.
History of Salsa Dance
Salsa is one of the most popular Latin dances that is today practiced worldwide. Salsa dance emerged in the Central American country of Cuba during the late 19th and early years of the 20th century. This country’s rich musical history enabled many Latin dances to thrive, grow, and morph into new forms, leading to modern Salsa dance and Salsa music by the 1920s. The contemporary Salsa as we know it evolved from several earlier Cuban dance forms, including Son, Son Montuno, Mamba, Cha Cha Cha, and was also enriched with Puerto Rican influences of dances Bomba and Plena.