The Surprise Dances at the Quinceañeros

27 Miracles has been bringing you a series of traditions about Quinceañeros and how different things are incorporated into the event.  Today we will talk about the surprise dance.  There is always the father/daughter dance that is always expected as well as the Waltz dance.  Those are the dances that are for as the kids say “the parents” but then the teens want to celebrate with something more popular.  The Quinceañera today selects, Merengue, Bachata, Regatone, Salsa, Hip Hop, Techno or a combination of all of them put together,  They are usually Choreographed dances learned by the entire court.

Let’s watch as the court for Frances, our beautiful Quinceañera,  show their dancing skills in the surprise dance.

 

Father/Daughter Dance

As the planning of the Quinceañero continues, 27 Miracles encourages our Quinceañera to practice her dances. Usually there is a  choreographed with the father, the mother and the court.  The Quinceañera practices months in advance.   The traditional father-daughter  dance is the waltz dance and usually it is a song that is significant to the father and daughter.   It does not necessarily need to be in Spanish, just meaningful to both.

Now right after the Quinceañera dances with her father, the court usually joins in so that the Quinceañera can dance the Waltz with her prince. 

Let’s watch as Frances one of our lovely Quinceañeras dances with her father and then the court joins in.