Thursday, July 17, 2008


Lincoln Center Midnight Swing is up and running. Last Saturday couples by the hundreds descended on the Damrosch Park to Mambo! (some you will call it Salsa). If you get there early (6:30pm), there is a lesson that will give you the basics. The Midnight Swing website even has a video (click Dance Steps) you can view in private, then get down at the park with some fancy moves.

Dance Sport taught the class at 6:30pm ending with a performance of what it could look like with practice. HOT! like salsa, as the dancers moved across the stage. They made it look so easy that you wanted to move on the dance floor too. Even if it was out of beat and wacky turns, you felt like you were floating because the music made you feel so good.

Dance Sport also has a wedding package so you can wow your guest with your first dance. The wedding package will include:
  • Dance lessons and choreography
  • Music consultation and editing
  • Rehearsal video
  • Wedding Group Classes (so the whole bridal party can be fierce)

You will love dancing the Mambo and if you are in New York you can take a spin on the dance floor with Midnight Swing this Saturday July 19th.

This Saturday (July 19th) at Lincoln Center, it's Albita.
Soulful Grammy-winning singer Albita electrifies the bandstand with rumba, son, mambo, guajiro and the Afro-Cuban rhythms of Miami’s Little Havana and her native Cuba.

Dance lesson at 6:30, live music at 8:00.
Lesson: Carlos K├Ânig
DJ: Danny Ramirez

*Note: Set begins at 8:00pm

Lincoln Center for Performing Arts
132 W 65th Street
New York, NY 10023

Damrosch Park is located on West 62nd Street
Between Columbus and Amsterdam

See you there!


Anonymous said...

This is very good. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

very good

Miami DJ said...

Great article! We love salsa : )

Angela Cappetta said...

Marvelous tip. Thanks!

Cassandra Bromfield's Blogs said...

I hope everyone get's out and enjoys a little salsa in their town.


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