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Rueda/Casino Level 1: Wednesdays 7p 
  Level 2: Wednesdays 8p

"Rueda" is a style of salsa dancing which originated in Cuba, where couples form a big circle and execute turn patterns in unison to the calls of a single leader. In Rueda, instead of each couple dancing individually, couples form a circle and perform moves together to the calls (and often hand signals) of one person known as the “líder” or “cantante”. There is a strong communal aspect to Rueda, as all the dancers have to work together to execute the complex patterns and partner switches. Because of the standardized dance moves in Rueda, it’s easy to organize a flashmob with synchronized dancing without having to memorize a long choreography beforehand. Rueda is perhaps the most standardized form of salsa dancing since every move has a name and there are a standard set of moves that all Rueda dancers know.

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