February 22 to 25, 2024

Mexico City, CDMX

The most complete Intensive training for dancers

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What is?

NewyoricanMambo is an Intensive Training for dancers that consists of 40 hours divided into 4 days.

These 40 hours represent 1 of 6 Modules that together form a unique Certification of 240 total hours of training.

40 Hours  =  1 Module

6 Modules  =  Certification

New York

Newyo

+

Puerto Rico

Rican

+

Cuba

Mambo

The objective is to provide dancers (professional or amateur) with the necessary tools through a structured system and in a comprehensive manner based on different disciplines, which will help you to have a better development in your activities on and off stage.


We also want you as a graduate to develop in different areas, significantly adapting topics such as administration, finance, public image, and marketing in order to achieve more prepared professional dancers.

70% Practical

30% Theoretical

Are you ready to level up?

Meet your teachers:

Zainé Rosabal

Cuba

Iván Valdespino

Cuba

Armando Cervantes

México

Carla Segovia

México

Marco Valdivia

México

Gina Medina

Colombia

Dicky Colon

Puerto Rico

Oneysis Tony

EUA

Wisley Estacholi

Cuba

Hugo Cervantes

México

Yasbek Cervantes

México

Investment (from August 22 to 25):

(American dollars USD)*:

Early bird

price

380

USD

(aprox)

(9.50USD per hour of class)

6,499

MXN

(162MXN por hora de clase)

Limited to 15 spots.

1st

presale

400

USD

(aprox)

(10USD per hour of class)

6,799

MXN

(170MXN por hora de clase)

Pay before May 31th, 2024

2nd

presale

440

USD

(aprox)

(11USD per hour of class)

7,499

MXN

(187MXN por hora de clase)

Pay before July 31th, 2024

Normal

price

470

USD

(aprox)

(11.75USD per hour of class)

7,999

MXN

(200MXN por hora de clase)

Pay before August 22th, 2024

*Ask for a group discount code. *In case you would like to pay in cash please let us know. *All prices include paypal commission. *Payments are per module and not refundable.

Place

FAMA Talents Studio & GYM

Gobernador Melchor Muzquiz 38,

San Miguel Chapultepec I Secc,

Miguel Hidalgo, 11850. Ciudad de México, CDMX

Schedule

Thursday 22, Friday 23 and Saturday 24:

7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Sunday 25:

8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Accommodation

4 nights in a quadruple room per person:

80USD entering on Wednesday and leaving on Sunday.

Extra day: 30USD per person.

*Hotel room is an optional service, you can find another option by your own.

Modules

All modules are multilevel; this means that everyone can take any module regardless of their dance experience.

That said, to have a structured process and to be able to become certified, all first-time entrants to the program must go through module 1 and have taken and passed all 6 modules with the minimum passing grade.

In addition to these modules, the program also offers a seventh and eighth module, the seventh module is a certification module and the eighth is a specialization module (the latter is optional).

All modules are multilevel; this means that everyone can take any module regardless of their dance experience.

6 Training Modules.

1 Certification Module.

1 Specialization Module.

Subjects

Practical Subjects

  • Physical conditioning.
  • Rumba circle (Yambú, Guaguancó, Columbia).
  • Traditional mambo.
  • Cha cha chá.
  • Pachanga.
  • Son.
  • Musicality.
  • Corporal expression.
  • Choreographic development.
  • Body movement.
  • Technique of turns.
  • Footwork technique.
  • Parterwork technique.
  • Tricks and acrobatics.
  • Contemporary dance (Cuban technique).

Theoretical subjects

At the end of each training module, participants will receive a diploma with an insignia, the color of which depending on their level of achievement.

If your diploma does not have an insignia, it is due to not having completed the module requirements and/or the minimum hour requirements for the program (for instance: missing class, arriving late, or taking a class that does not correspond to your module).

At the end of each training module, participants will receive a diploma with an insignia, the color of which depending on their level of achievement.

If your diploma does not have an insignia, it is due to not having completed the module requirements and/or the minimum hour requirements for the program (for instance: missing class, arriving late, or taking a class that does not correspond to your level.

Gold = Excellent.

Silver = Good.

Bronze = Fair.

Are you ready to level up?

Be part of this intensive training program that has already begun to revolutionize the teaching and training techniques for mambo and salsa around the world!