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  • Learn Cuban Salsa: Setenta Miami!

    4,724 views 1 month ago
    Setenta Miami is a foundational pattern combining the basic moves of vacila, enchufla and dile que no. In the San Francisco Bay Area this move is called "Setenta Miami" but in other regions this move is simply called "Setenta".

    Do not confuse this move with the other "Setenta" video lesson we have filmed. Our "Setenta" video lesson is an easier version of "Setena Miami". The other "Setenta" video can be found at:
    https://youtu.be/_B55w-0o0qw

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    If you're in the San Francisco Bay Area consider taking a Cuban salsa and Rueda class by Nicholas and Serena. Visit their website at:
    https://www.salsavaletodo.com

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    • Learn Cuban Salsa: Setenta Miami! - Duration: 5 minutes, 19 seconds.

      • 1 month ago
      • 4,724 views
      Setenta Miami is a foundational pattern combining the basic moves of vacila, enchufla and dile que no. In the San Francisco Bay Area this move is called "Setenta Miami" but in other regions this mo...
    • Conga Drumming: Learn Tumbao Changuito Style! - Duration: 11 minutes.

      • 7 months ago
      • 6,167 views
      Add variation to your tumbao by playing the congas "Changuito" style. Instructor Edgardo reflects back on his teacher and mentor José Luis "Changuito" Quintana by playing and demonstrating this fun...
    • Salsa Dancing for Beginners: Back Spot Turn! - Duration: 4 minutes, 30 seconds.

      • 9 months ago
      • 16,128 views
      Nicole Lazo and Chris Penales teach the back spot turn in this video lesson. Also known as the 180, this salsa move incorporates new footwork for both the leader and follower.

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    • Conga Drumming: Add Flams to your Tumbao! - Duration: 10 minutes.

      • 1 year ago
      • 11,743 views
      Learn how to add "flams" when playing Tumbao in this video lesson. A flam is a sound that is made from hitting your conga drum with both of your hands almost at the exact same time.

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    • Salsa Dancing Move: The Sunrise! - Duration: 4 minutes, 30 seconds.

      • 1 year ago
      • 27,076 views
      The Sunrise salsa move adds sexy hand and arm styling to this intermediate dance pattern. Practice the right turn and inside roll before learning this sequence.

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    • Cuban Salsa Move: Siete! - Duration: 4 minutes, 9 seconds.

      • 2 years ago
      • 49,061 views
      Siete is a fundamental intermediate Casino or Salsa Cubana move where the leader redirects the follower similar to a vacila. Rather than letting go, however, the leader keeps the left hand low and ...
    • Conga Drumming: Learn Tumbao "Patato" Style - Duration: 17 minutes.

      • 2 years ago
      • 55,856 views
      Learn how to spice up your tumbao "Patato" style in our latest conga video lesson. Instructor Edgardo Cambon opens up to 2 and 3 drums.

      Latin Percussion LP City Wood Congas 10" & 11" Set: http://a...
    • Salsa Dancing: Left Turn Wind Up! - Duration: 4 minutes, 11 seconds.

      • 2 years ago
      • 22,724 views
      Combine the salsa left turn with a hand toss to create an advanced move known as the "left turn wind up." Refer to previous video lessons if you're unfamiliar with the left turn or cross body lead....
    • Salsa Cubana: Doble Cero! - Duration: 4 minutes, 45 seconds.

      • 2 years ago
      • 32,048 views
      Doble Cero is an easy Salsa Cubana/Casino move that has the same footwork as Setenta and Sencillo. After the right hand turn, the leader lets go of the follower and both lead and follow complete th...
    • Salsa Dancing: Add-On for Behind the Back Move! - Duration: 3 minutes, 55 seconds.

      • 2 years ago
      • 13,418 views
      This salsa video adds styling to the "Behind the Back" pattern for both leaders and followers. The concepts in this lesson can be applied to other advanced moves.

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    • Rueda de Casino: El Dedo! - Duration: 4 minutes, 50 seconds.

      • 2 years ago
      • 72,457 views
      El Dedo is a classic Casino Miami move that starts in a Dile Que No. This salsa move also incorporates vacila and enchufla so it's important to learn these basic patterns first.

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    • Salsa Dancing Move: Behind the Back! - Duration: 6 minutes.

      • 2 years ago
      • 41,625 views
      The "Behind the Back" salsa move is an intermediate dance turn that incorporates two inside rolls for the followers, sexy arm movements and new footwork for the leaders.

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    Learn how to salsa dance with Nicole Lazo. Salsa is a popular form of social dance that originated in New York with strong influences from Latin America, particularly Cuba, Puerto Rico and Colombia. The movements of salsa have its origins in Cuban son, cha cha cha, mambo and other dance forms, and the dance, along with the music, originated in the mid-1970s in New York. In this series we'll focus on the latest On1 salsa fundamentals, techniques, styling and moves heavily influenced by the Los Angeles, Puerto Rican and Bay Area dance scenes.
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  • Learn How To Dance Cuban Salsa Play all

    Learn how to dance Cuban-style salsa, also known as casino, with Nicholas Van Eyck and Serena Wong. Salsa Cubana traces its origin as a partner dance from Cuban son, fused with partner figures and turns. As with the son, danzon and cha cha cha, it is traditionally, though less often today, danced "a contratiempo". This means that no step is taken on the first and fifth beats in each clave pattern and the fourth and eighth beat are emphasized. We’re thrilled to incorporate Miami, Havana, Santiago and Rueda styles into this series.
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  • Learn How To Play Conga Drums and Latin Percussion Play all

    Learn how to play the conga drums with Edgardo Cambon in these video lessons for beginner, intermediate and advanced players. Known in Cuba as the tumbadora, this South American instrument can be heard in all types of Latin music including salsa, rumba, merengue and reggae, as well as other forms of popular music. Edgardo will also cover "la percusion menor" with instruments such as the guiro, maracas and clave.
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