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LATIN DANCE SERIES with Luis Salgado
Tezoro’s exciting Latin dance series, featuring the Plena, Merengue, Cha-Cha Mambo, Salsa and Carnival styles with Luis Salgado is the perfect addition to your Tezoro LIVE collection!
Access the Spicey 5-piece Latin Dance Series in DVD form for only $9.60 each
The wide skill range of Latin dance exercises are tailored to meet the needs of trained dancers, dance teachers, moms and even kids! Professional dancers can use the Latin Dance Series to expand their repertoire, couples can learn Latin dance together to spice up “date night”, or families can exercise with a Latin flare. This Tezoro Latin Dance Series is really meant for everyone!
RETAIL PRICE: $80 – DISCOUNTED PRICE: $48 – SAVE 40%!
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Luis Salgado play’s “Jose” and is the Latin Assistant Choreographer of the new hit Broadway Musical “In The Heights – BEST MUSICAL 2008 at the Tony Awards. Moved to NY in 2002 dreaming of achieving his passion of performing on a Broadway stage. As of today, Luis has performed in shows like The Mambo Kings (Frankie Suarez), Fame on 42nd Street (Joe Vegas u/s), and Aida among others. Film Credits includes: Step Up 2 The Streets (Alejandro). Dirty Dancing 2 (Diego Luna’s Dance Double), Enchanted, Across the Universe, American Gangster and The Great Observer. In 2007 Luis choreographed the musicals Serenade and The Drop Outs in NYC and co-directed/choreographed the original show Mezcla in Peru. Luis has been able to assist choreographers like Maria Torres in the film Enchanted; Jamal Sims in the film Step Up 2 the Streets and is thrilled to be representing his culture as Latin assistant choreographer at In The Heights. BroadwayWorld.com Gypsy of the Month and a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble for In the Heights. Luis co-produced his own DVD “Latin Fusion with Luis Salgado” and is the director of R.Evolucion Latina – DARE TO GO BEYOND!, an artistic movement that celebrates the lives, careers, triumphs and existence of all Latino artists in and out of the New York Performing Art Community.
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