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Choreographed Cued Ballroom Dancing

Discover how prompted choreographed ballroom dancing can change your life forever!  It a unique form of social ballroom dancing where dancers come together at local clubs and organized functions and clinics throughout the United States and abroad, to learn a new dance or two and add it to their repertoire. These dances are choreographed, as a ballet is, to a specific piece of music. The dance routines and dance figures conform predominantly to International Ballroom Standards and consist of all the standard dance rhythms:   Waltz, Rumba, Cha Cha, Foxtrot, Tango, Bolero, Jive, West Coast Swing, Samba, Merengue, Quickstep, Two-Step, and more!  Sometimes called Round Dancing, it has evolved over the past fifty years and has an ever-expanding inventory of over ten thousand choreographed dance routines.    Dancers learn the routines as well as the names of all the dance steps in each rhythm, so that when the music is played the couple can follow the cues that are spoken on the microphone by the Cuer - who times the cues just in time to prompt the next step to be danced. It is this aspect that makes Choreographed Ballroom Dancing especially unique. It is a fun challenge for the mind as well as the body.   Here is an example of a choreographed cued waltz  from an ICBDA Dance Convention:   "Laurann, Phase IV"             

RoundaLab and ICBDA (International Choreographed Ballroom Dance Association) set the standards for this type of dancing.  Watch videos and learn more at    Roundalab and ICBDA are also on Facebook!

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