Latin Dance

Latin Dance

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Latin dance is mainly derived from three styles: Native American, European, and African influences. The roots of Latin dance are deep and geographically embedded because it dates back to the fifteenth century when indigenous dances were first recorded by Europeans.

Its influence was first derived from their native roots, the Aztecs and Incas. When sixteenth century seagoing explorers returned home to Portugal and Spain, they brought along tales of the native peoples. According to Rachel Hanson, no one knows how long these dance traditions were established, but they were already being developed and ritualized when they were observed by the Europeans. This suggests that these Native influences became the foundation for Latin dancing.

For more information about Private Latin Dance tuition held at Keston Village Hall:

Contact Lauren or Mike via email

At Keston Village Hall

We don't add any extras, like; bar charges, kitchen use, corking charges, etc. We charge a one off fee for the time you request.

Please note you are expected to clean up after your selves and leave the building as you would want to find it.

Our hours are:
Morning session 9.00 – 13:00
Afternoon session 14.00 – 17.00
Evening session 18.00 – 00.00

Rates vary per day and session and will be provided on application.

Hirers will be required to sign a booking form which incorporates a standard conditions of hire.

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