Bronze 3 Mambo | Learn to Dance Mambo | Mambo Dance Syllabus

The spicy Mambo first appeared in the 1940s as a fast version of the Rumba. It moves like a Latin dance, but also has elements of the Swing, including turns and swiveling figures. Mambo is also the predecessor of the Cha Cha and the Salsa. Its unique blend of Swing, Jazz and Latin music combined with rhythmical body movements makes the Mambo and irresistible dance for beginner and advanced dancers alike!


Mambo Bronze 3 Syllabus


Cucaracha Cross Lead | Side by Side Break | Change of Place | Shoulder Check & Spin | Natural Top | Top Exercise | Circular Swivels

Bronze 3 - American Mambo - Figure 1 - Cucaracha Cross Lead

Bronze 3 - American Mambo - Figure 2 - Side by Side Breaks

Bronze 3 - American Mambo - Figure 3 - Change of Place

Bronze 3 - American Mambo - Figure 4 - Shoulder Check & Spin

Bronze 3 - American Mambo - Figure 5 - Natural Top

Bronze - Technique - Top Exercise

Bronze 3 - American Mambo - Figure 6 - Circular Swivels

Bronze 4 - Mambo - Figure 1 - Open Box

Bronze 4 - Mambo - Figure 2 - Box & Lady's Turn

Bronze 4 - Mambo - Figure 3 - New Yorker & Swivels

Bronze - Technique - Towards & Away

Bronze 4 - Mambo - Figure 4 - Change of Place Tuck

Bronze 4 - Mambo - Figure 5 - Advnaced Shine Turns

Bronze 4- Mambo - Figure 6 - Lady's Turn Combinations

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