Sequence Video Library
Modern Sequence Video Library
Modern Sequence dances are based on the recognised technique of the 5 ballroom dances, Waltz, Tango, Slow Foxtrot, Quickstep and Viennese Waltz. The name ‘Modern’ has been used since the 1950s as a way of distinguishing it from the ‘Old Time’ style (now renamed Classical) that was so popular in the early 20th Century. Some of the older routines have old time elements, such as underarm turns, pointing of the feet and open partner positions.
Latin Sequence Video Library
Latin Sequence dances are based on the recognised technique of the 5 latin dances; Cha Cha, Rumba, Samba, Paso Doble and Jive. Over more recent years, other latin styles have been introduced such as Salsa, Mambo and Bossa Nova and newer latin styles such as the Bachata are also finding their way into Sequence Dancing. Most arrangements have elements that progress the routine around the room.
Classical Sequence Video Library
Classical Sequence dances are based on the recognised technique of the Classical syllabus which in turn has a base in ballet and other historical dances. Some of the dances are based on the 5 ballet turned out foot positions. All dances have solo or open partner elements. Classical Sequence is known for its elegance and control.
Social Sequence Dances
Argentine Tango Video Library
Argentine Tango inspired sequence dances that have gained popularity in recent years
Novelty/Vintage Video Library
Fun dances from the past 100 years that have stood the test of time
Line Dance Video Library
A few of the more popular line dances that you may find included in social dance evenings