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A DANCE CHOREOGRAPHY WORTHY OF REAL PRINCESS

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Quinceañera, sometimes called "Fiesta de quince años" or simply "quince", is the celebration of a girl's fifteenth birthday in parts of Latin America and elsewhere in communities of people from Latin America. This birthday is celebrated differently from any other birthday, as it marks the transition from childhood to young womanhood.

We are here to help you make this special celebration one to truly express not with words but with beauty, art and a sublime combination of music and emotion. Our experience will make your event a one of a kind event filled with exhilarating and sweet memories that last a lifetime.

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Frequently asked questions:

 1. “What services do you provide?

  • Father-Daughter private dance lessons

  • Court Dance Choreography

  • Individualized music cut services

Your Quince dance can be planned so that the music is cut and arranged to have a uniquely customized effect. Our goal is to help you make your birthday dance specifically original. We will show you the dance steps that have been specifically designed to fit both your dance skill, as well as, the theme of your party.

 2. “When should we begin rehearsals?”

For large groups (courts) we advise to begin dance lessons 3-4 months in advance, to ensure the best results.

For individual lessons, such as father-daughter dance choreography, 4-6 weeks in advance.

 3. “How many dance lessons will we need?”

It depends upon you and your goals. Do you want to learn a few basic steps and feel comfortable dancing them? Or do you want to do the dancing performance of your lifetime, to wow your guests and family at your birthday party? Generally, for groups it takes around 10 lessons to learn 1-2 dances, for couples (like father-daughter dance) it takes between 3-6 lessons. Your learning process will depend upon how much time you have to practice, and your diligence. If you practice and rehearse the steps at home, you will learn your dance choreography in less time.

 4.“How do we pay for our dance lessons?”

We accept payments via Zelle, personal checks, and cash. There are no down payments! For court dance we request the first payment on the day of your first lesson. Second payment on the fifth lesson (third visit). Father-daughter lessons are paid on pay-as-you-go basis, since there are no packages offered for individual dance sessions.

 5. “Will You (the choreographer) be present on the day of the party?”

We do our best to be there on the day of the event, and there is no charge for this. Once our schedule confirmed, we usually arrive at the banquet hall earlier to help participants with the last minute preparations and dance rehearsal if needed. We also prefer to take our own videos and photos of the performances (with your permission).

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