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OTHER OPPORTUNITIES WITH LATIN DANCE NATION PERFORMANCE TEAMS
Check out our Sydney International Latin Festival performances from 2013
All performances will debut on stage for the Adelaide Salsa Ball, then go on to Sydney International Latin Festival.
Click here to see our salsa performance teams.
With performance opportunities in Salsa, Bachata, Zouk, Samba de Gafieira and more, Sam, Sarantos and the LDN Team have undoubtedly developed South Australia’s finest Salsa social dancers and performers. Learn routines incorporating flashy performance moves, technique, stagecraft, costume design, make-up, and more!
Join us as we begin to prepare for a number of MASSIVE events which will give YOU the opportunity to perform both locally, nationally and internationally, at some of the most loved events!
Being part of a performance team is much more than just dancing.
You will learn many new skills including stage craft, costume
design and make-up.
Latin Dance Nation creates a supportive environment that
challenges and encouranges
you to reach your dancing potential.
Although training sessions are challenging - the most important thing is that you
Performing also allows you to dress up, show off your
style and find your inner dancer.
Performing requires precise execution of moves to ensure
that the team look their best.
Our venue is mirrored to help you fine tune your technique.
Our class structure provides indepth technical training
which will take your
dancing to the next level, both on stage and socially.
Be part of a team
Performing creates an air of excitement and anticipation.
You get to share this experience with other salsa dancers and will form many
Ultima Pro Team members have proven themselves to be among the best in the Australia.
The Pro Team represents Latin Dance Nation in high level performances and competitions across Australia and abroad.
Members of the Pro Team have mastered their dancing and performance technique, and often have continued on to teach others either through Latin Dance Nations community outreach programs or through their own classes.