About This Class
This class will cover three dance styles particularly in Afro-Cuban-Haitian dances, known as Rumba.
The Yambu, is a modality of the Rumba where the dance partner is made up of a young woman and an old dancer without using the “vacunao” (man-made lascivious movement).
El Guaguanco is another variant of the Rumba where the man tries to “vacunar” the women with a surprising movement that she has to avoid by covering herself.
Columbia is another form of rumba dance where competition is established between the dancer and the percussionist.