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Merengue Dance Classes Toronto: Alicja Gocalek, Arturs Stay, Audrey Arcos, Catherina Nunez-Viera, Daria Novoselova, Daryl Kyperchuk, David Zacios, Dominic Rosero, Elena Livertovsky, Jacqueline Sales, Jassiel Rodirguez Oropesa, Jen Gata, John Karimzad, Kamil czaja, Kathryn Seeger, Leonid Sigalov, Luke Uddenberg, Maja Khoroch, Mario Trejos, Mark Kowalski, Mikhail Korolko, Natalie Quaresma, Oscar Naranjo, Oscar’s partner, Pablo Ortiz, Pamela Ortiz, Paul Bacchus, Paula De Candia, Phillip Do, Raymond Pacheco, Rhoda Mae Gallardo, Rob Quaresma, Roger Rowe, Sadiar Ameri, Saida Yunes, Samantha Oraa, Sana Rashid, Shahani Sarap,Thalia Angelia Stay, Vanesa Stay, Victoria Forti, Yavehnia Melissa Lara Pena
LATIN ENERGY Dance Company is very grateful to be part of the Toronto live CBC Music amazing event.
Below Freezing Temperature, 40 LATIN ENERGY Dancers filled the Toronto “Yonge-Dundas Square” today, dancing Dominican Merangue to fight “Blue Monday”, using Dominican traditional Merangue latin dance as a solution!!!!!!
Toronto Merengue Dancers | LATIN ENERGY Dance Company
Presented by Dominican Republic
We’re LIVE from Yonge-Dundas Square between 12-1p today with Dominican Republic! Come on down to beat the Blue Monday blues and enter for your chance to win a trip for two to the Dominican Republic. See full contest rules for details: cbc.ca/BeatTheBlues#BeatTheBluesDR
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Merengue (/məˈrɛŋɡeɪ/, Spanish: [meˈɾeŋɡe]) is a style of Dominican music and dance. Partners hold each other in a closed position. The leader holds the follower’s waist with the leader’s right hand, while holding the follower’s right hand with the leader’s left hand at the follower’s eye level. Partners bend their knees slightly left and right, thus making the hips move left and right. The hips of the leader and follower move in the same direction throughout the song. Partners may walk sideways or circle each other, in small steps. They can switch to an open position and do separate turns without letting go each other’s hands or releasing one hand. During these turns they may twist and tie their handhold into intricate pretzels. Other choreographies are possible.