Salsa Classes

Ages 18+

Wednesdays 7:30 – 9:00pm

These are special Salsa courses back by popular demand! Students will learn the basic steps, left and right turn, hammerlocks, drapes, cross body lead, and a variety of fun and simple footwork combinations.

Level I – Newbie
Level II – Experienced Newbie

What level should I join? We run multiple levels at the same time, so if you are a beginner join our Newbie, and if you are an experienced dancer wanting to sharpen some skills, try our level II.

  • Session: 4 week sessions begin on September 9. Visit for registration and cost information.
  • How to Register: Visit for registration and cost information.

About the Instructor: Frederic Angus, Salsannati

Frederic’s sister began his training when he was just 8 years old. He started dancing and performing at school and community shows at 9 and has since been hooked on performing, and through his teens he danced with several amateur dance teams. Although he wasn’t formally trained, friends at the university constantly asked him to teach them how to dance and for 2 years he taught groups of up to 50 people. While completing his Masters in Miami , he trained with Salsa Kings (Casino) and University of Miami’s Salsa Craze (On1) and soon rose to the performance level, performing and competing all over Miami. In Dallas he trained with the talented Jonathan Rodriguez (now OmniSalsa, Houston).

In 2008 Frederic assumed the co-direction of MamboDallas, one of Dallas largest and most sought after Latin Dance school. Frederic prefers to dance whatever the music tells the heart (On1, On2, On3, On4, Cuban, Colombian, NY or LA, clave), or what the lady feels more comfortable with. Frederic also enjoys futbol (soccer), guitar playing and chess.


Sep 09, 2020 - Dec 16, 2020


7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Short Vine
2728 Short Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45219, USA
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