We are currently enrolling for Block B of Term 1 and we have an exciting opportunity for all new Latin Dance Starters wanting to boost their learning so that they can progress to Foundation 2 in Term 2. To our standard 6wk Latin Dance Starter course, we have added a 90 min Bootcamp PLUS a…Details
We are looking forward to our first Latin Dance Open Day for 2016, this Sunday 21 February from 10am to 2pm. Join us for and take our classes for a test drive. Try out different styles like Tango, Salsa or Samba – or even our Latin Mix, the basis of our unique 6wk Latin Dance…Details
If you’re in the CBD this Friday night, 19 February then make sure you catch our demonstrations at the Queen St Mall main stage, outside Myers. Instructors Bruno, Elise, Pablo and Rebekah will be demonstrating various dance styles ahead of our Latin Dance Open Day this Sunday 21 February; 10am – 2pm. Friday show times…Details
What we enjoy the most is getting people to dance when they least expect it! And that’s exactly what happened when we staged a Samba Flashmob at Woodford Folk Festival’s Folklorica venue. “The unfamiliar evocative percussive rhythms of Brazil delighted and amazed the hundreds of festival patrons present in the Folklorica Tent at this year’s…Details
Arthur Athanassiou may not need much introduction! He started dancing at Rio Rhythmics 18 years ago and went from enthusiastic student to much loved teacher. He now lives in Sydney, but we were so delighted to run into him at the Woodford Folk Festival in December last year. After all this time he says his “light…Details
“Chookas!!! ” Such a weird term but it’s theatrical slang for “Good luck and break a leg”! Anyway, we will be thinking of our Student team and instructors Bruno Ferreira and Elise Azar performing and teaching over this weekend at Sydney Latin Festival.
What better way to celebrate Australia’s multiculturalism than come to a Latin dance party and get your “Aussie” on! Prizes for best dressed male and female – dress in red, white and blue, green and gold. Come as a boxing kangaroo or your favourite sporting hero. Budgie smugglers not allowed!! Friday 22 January 2016 from…Details
Experience Brazil right here in the heart of West End! 2016 is our 20th Anniversary and it will be our biggest parade yet starting from Vulture St at 6:30pm, Saturday 6 February. Over 150 performers and musicians will take over Boundary St and surprise the public en route to the Boundary St Markets’ Motor Room.…Details
Rio Rhythmics Director, Jada de Goey Teatini-Climaco has once again been invited to be on the assessment panel for QUT’s dance subject “Latin Dance Party” which covers Salsa Rueda, Bossa Nova and Merengue. The subject was created by former Rio Rhythmics instructor, Rachel Pedro, who is now a lecturer in Dance Theory at QUT.
Closing the week long celebrations in West End, Fiesta Latina celebrates Halloween – Latin style. Known as “Day of the Dead” this community event is hosted by LACA, Latin American Community Association QLD. Closing Russell St in West End, festivities will include food, music, dance and LLamas!! Rio Rhythmics will be a part of the…Details