The Bachata started in the Dominican Republic in 1960. The Dominican bachata consists of a multitude of different footwork and musical interpretations. In this program: Dominican style and footwork.
The Merengue has been recognized as the Dominican Republic’s national dance since 1930.
It is a friendly, popular, festive, dynamic dance that is danced to a 4/4 rhythm.
In-line salsa was developed by “latinos” in New York in the 1970s. It is inspired by both the Mambo and the Chacha. It is danced in line with a refined and elegant style. It may be danced solo (shines) or in couples.
Dembow is a Dominican variant of Reggaeton.