San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us this year for the 13th Annual New York International Salsa Congress and 2nd Annual New York Bachata Festival August 29-September 2! Rhythmology has the hook up for you.
As a V.I.P. you will have access to all this and more:
The Ultimate Dance Vacation Experience in New York City featuring 3 days and 4 nights of:
✓ Latin dance workshops by local and world renowned instructors to help take your skills to the next level in both Salsa and Bachata
✓ Breathtaking performance showcases by the best dance groups and couples from around the world.
✓ Live concert series featuring world class Latin music bands and the hottest DJs in the business.
✓ An all out professional Salsa competition and Bachata competition with cash prize.
✓ Non-stop dancing excitement!!!
All this and more right smack in the heart of New York City, just walking distance from Central Park and Rockefeller Center, only a block away from Radio City Music Hall at the luxurious Hilton New York Hotel Labor Day Weekend.
When & Where
Rhythmology is the study of rhythm and balance. We believe that in order to become an excellent dancer one must understand the way the body moves and the way that the music impacts that movement. Rhythmology is a network of group classes taking place at different locations in Long Island and NYC that looks to fuse together latin technique with the versatility of social dancing, while maintaining their character and appeal. We are committed to our students having a great learning experience; hence we have setup a system to do just that. Here at Rhythmology our philosophy is to teach a systematic approach to leading that is smooth, and efficient. Rhythmology aims to emphasize efficiency of movement, elegance, and body isolations. By focusing on control, timing, and precision of technique, dancers can aim for smooth execution of tightly woven complex patterns. Rhythmology is a network of classy events so that our students can enjoy themselves and practice what they have learned in the classroom. Remember – its all a process so enjoy!