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​​​​​​​Latin Dance Night at the Center

Sat, Mar 16th 2024
A couple dancing in front of a black background, a man spins a woman round as her long blonde hair swirls in different directions as she is moving

Event info

Sat, Mar 16th 2024
Theater Lobby
Presented by: The Center logo

Latin Dance nights are supported by the generosity of:

Alcoholic and non Alcoholic beverages for sale
Basic instruction 8pm-8:30pm provided by Dancers’ Workshop
Open Salsa and Bachata Dancing 8:30 until midnight 
Free event – All ages welcome!
Join us for a very special edition of Latin Dance Nights, featuring two world-class instructors, Liz Martinez and Marcelo Craviotto.
Liz Martinez grew up in Teton Valley, Idaho and has immersed herself in dance since the age of 5. Over the past ten years living in Miami, she has uncovered the exhilarating beats of salsa, navigating through Cuban rueda, LA Style, on-2, and on-1, and has become part of an international group of professionals and experts. She now carries her wealth of dance knowledge back to Teton Valley.
Marcello Craviotto was born in the vibrant land of Argentina, and has spent over a decade honing his expertise in the realm of partner dancing. A true master of Latin rhythms, he has been imparting his knowledge on the sultry beats of salsa and bachata, as well as the mesmerizing movements of Brazilian zouk, to eager students across the globe. As Marcello travels the world, from Buenos Aires to Bali, Paris to San Francisco, his message of intention, respect, and embracement of the dance partner has touched the hearts of dancers everywhere.
This event will be the exciting finale to a week of Bachata classes and workshops given through Dancers’ Workshop, featuring Liz and Marcelo. For more information on the week’s dance opportunities, visit DWJH.org.
This all-ages community event is produced by Strictly Salsa and The Center.
Join us for what promises to be an unforgettable night of music and dance!

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