VIRTUAL Bachata Core B: Partnerwork Drapes


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Most videos do not need a partner, if the video has the word “partnerwork” in the title. Then you do need a partner.

Any word after the rhythm refers to a style of dancing that one rhythm. “Core” represents our main curriculum of that rhythm at our dance studio, “Sensual” is a modern style of dancing Bachata & “Dominican or traditional” refers to a more traditional style of dancing Bachata.

The letters in the title A, B or C, represents the general level of the class following our studio classes format. A = beginners (1-6 months of dancing experience), B = Intermediate (6-12 months) & C = advanced (12-18 months of experience)

We have also used the description of 101 or 102, etc.. 101 being the first video of the series and the easiest one.

All video details are below.


Video tought by Jonathan Rivera & assisted by Aurea Delfin.

Learn all about drapes combinations with your partner.
After you have mastered all your basic steps covered in all the past videos, you can start learning some steps with a partner. All the moves covered in this video are explained for leads and follows and demonstrated as a couple. There are also tips and secrets revealed to dance better and for better leading and following techniques.

Music: “Que te vaya bien” by Tu Valentino.
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Video produced by Andres Meneses & Joshua Tammaro.
Director of Photography : Joshua Tammaro. –
Video duration: 39:15 minutes

Jonathan Rivera is a several times World Bachata Champion & directors of several Latin Street Teams teaching a full time dance schedule at Latin Street Music & Dancing Studios in Chicago.
Aurea Delfin is one of our great Latin Street student and active member of the LS Rio Bachata Team.