Ceroc


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Ceroc

(səˈrɒk)
n
(Dancing) trademark a form of dance combining elements of jive and salsa
[C20: from French C'est le Roc It's Rock]
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The show will feature the Julie Bromage Dance Academy, Nuneaton Juggling Club, the Meridian Dance Academy, the Michael Gray Ceroc Dancers, a magician, a mind-reader, songs, comedy, handbell ringing and other acts.
Initially unsure when he began dancing, he's proved unexpectedly light-footed and is a popular partner both at his Dance City class and his Ceroc classes at Blackfriars Hall in Byker, Newcastle.
MOUNTJOYSILVER (2) can provide Mark Wallis with another winner in the ninth and in the 10th CEROC GYPSY, who loves this track, catches the eye.
The Glee Club has previously held Monday dance nights of Ceroc - a form of jive described as the UK's fastest growing partner dance - for the last ten years.
Here Teresa Nunes and her ex- husband Adam Nathanson, who are big fans of ceroc - a combination of Rock 'n' Roll and Jive - reveal why so many love affairs begin - and end - on the dancefloor.
They are all here to learn ceroc, the jive-like dance that is the latest craze to hit Birmingham.
34 which features three Sussex Cup finalists including champion Westmead Maldini, the prolific Fortunata, one-time top Irish stayer Ceroc Shaneboy and also the return of Britania Richard, who looked so promising at the start of the year.
Ceroc dance has been dubbed "a funky fusion of salsa and swing dancing without complicated footwork" which has been sweeping the nation since being established over 25 years ago.
The former paratrooper, from Balsall Common, is learning the sexy Spanish moves of ceroc.
We are starting to get people who have done salsa and ceroc dancing and are getting a bit bored of all that bump and grind and are looking for something a bit more elegant.