Cha Cha: One of the most popular of the social Latin-American dances. Lively and flirtatious, Cha Cha is full of passion and energy. - History of Cha Cha: Also called Cha Cha Cha, this unmistakable dance originated in Cuba in the 1940s. Composer and violinist Enrique Jorrin developed the dance as a variant of the Mambo and Rumba. The name is onomatopoeic, derived from the sound of dancers' shoes as they shuffled around the floor.
Gratitude—that's what New York-based photographer Omar Robles took away with him after his latest experience photographing ballet dancers in urban backdrops. Following his recent trip to Cuba, the talented photographer took his project to Mexico City with the support of Fujifilm, where he once again connected with gifted local dancers to create a striking series of images. The grace, elegance, and athleticism of the dancers' craft is on full display in Robles' photography. What b...
Pink and Gold Sugarplum Fairy decorated pointe shoe. Waltz of the Flowers. Aurora. Victorian ballet shoe. Sweet 16 birthday
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