Bolero Dance Lessons in Our Warren Studio

Bolero’s Rich History

The Bolero was introduced to a U.S. audience in the mid-1930s; and at that time, it was danced in its classical form, which was performed to a constant beat of drums. It emerged from this classical form to what was called Son, with a faster and livelier tempo. This social dance was influenced by many nationalities – it traveled from Cuba to Mexico, and finally to Latin America. However, today it is danced as a partner dance, with a rich history.

Bolero is a mixture of 3 dances: Tango (contra body movement), Waltz (body rise and fall) and Rumba (Cuban motion and slow Latin music). Spanish dancer Sebastian Cereza is credited with creating the dance in the year 1780; since then, the Bolero has remained a true source of expressing sensuous feelings. It is truly the “dance of love.”

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A Dance with a Romantic Feel

The Bolero is one of the most expressive dances: the use of arms and hands, legs and feet, as well as facial expression, all contribute to its beauty. With dramatic arm styling and smooth, gliding movement, it’s no surprise the graceful movements of Bolero feel romantic.

It combines the dance patterns of Rumba with the rise and fall action of the Waltz at a slower tempo than Rumba. It’s the slowest of all American Style Rhythm dances.

Bolero dance lessons in a fun and supportive environment

Get started with your dancing adventure today at Fred Astaire Dance Studios and take advantage of our Introductory Offer. Our instructors know the intimate details of the timing, rhythm, and style of Bolero and how to make your dancing experience truly remarkable. We look forward to seeing you on the dance floor at our Warren studio!

Bolero dance lessons are available now. You’ll be on your way to confident dancing by the end of your very first dance!

Ballroom Dance Styles We Teach

Dancing is a great way to express your emotions. Hop on the dance floor and try a ballroom or Latin dance class with us. Get creative and have fun! To learn more about each type of dance and view a demonstration video, simply click on the dance style to learn more. Then give us a call at Fred Astaire Dance Studios, and be sure to ask about our money-saving introductory offer for new students. Together, we’ll get you started on your personal dance journey!

Classes are available for students of all skill levels – from beginners to advanced and all ages. Adults and children are welcome! Fred Astaire ballroom dance lessons are fun, exciting, and a great way to express yourself. 

Our exceptional staff is ready to take your dancing journey to the next level. Sign up for an intro class!