Learn the Roots and History of the Salsa while you dance from master dancer Jorge Arce, Arts Educator and Cultural Historian
• Secrets of smooth movements and cadence of this dance
• How to listen to the music, when to start and how to count
• To dance with the Klave
• Derivates of steps that can enhance your dancing
• Principles of partnering and turns.
Jorge Arce received his Master of Education Degree from Harvard University in 1994. He has received numerous awards, including: the Cardinal Cushing Center Award for Outstanding Services to the Community 1987; the Alianza Hispana Recognition for Outstanding Contributions to the Continuing Growth and Success of the Hispanic Community 1991; the Mayor's Recognition to Outstanding Contributions to the City of Boston, 1991; the Massachusetts House of Representatives Recognition for Outstanding Contribution to the Arts, 1991; and the Dryslongo Award for years given consistently to anti-racism struggle, 1992. His musical group Humano was awarded the Boston Music Award for Outstanding Latin Act, 1990. Jorge was recognized as a 2012 Traditional Arts Fellowship Finalist by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. His cultural workshops and performances were programmed at more than 1000 schools, universities and educational centers.