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What Are You Doing Wednesday Nights? Why Not Head on Over to Kenmore Square Where Bachata and Salsa Are No. 1: Wednesday Evenings, Weekly (8:30 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.)

Bachata is the Dominican Republic’s ultimate social dance, and “bachata fever” has spread far and wide from Europe to Latin America, and happily to the US as well. I just love the music which is a delightful combination of Latin and Caribbean sounds. Every time I hear it, it takes me instantly to a warm, sunny tropical island! As far as Latin genres go, it is this island music element that gives bachata its distinctive sound. I recognize it instantly whenever I hear it. I know that I have previously posted about a number of salsa events, but what makes this one at An Tua Nua’s RISQUE so special is that bachata is also a huge part of the action here. Both salsa and bachata lessons are offered before the following dance party actually begins. I want to point out that salsa lessons are more commonly offered at club Latin dance events, so if you are inexperienced at bachata or want to become more advanced, then here’s your chance to learn something new and different. This little instructional video gives you a good idea of what the dance is actually like. Then, once you get your sea legs, it’s out onto the dance floor for an evening of  Latin dancing entertainment at An Tua Nua! And why not have a little bachata with your salsa. You’ll be glad you did!



Event Details:

When: Wednesday Evenings (8:30 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.)

                Dance Lessons (8:30 – 10:00 p.m.)

               Dance Party (10:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.) 

Where: An Tua Nua (Kenmore Square)

Admission: No cover charge

More Info: 617 – 262 – 2121


July 28, 2010 at 3:49 am Leave a comment

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