Sequence Dancing

There are two main forms of Sequence Dancing...

Modern Sequence

Modern Sequence takes the Ballroom and Latin American dances and puts some of the figures together to form set dances that the couples all dance at the same time. The dances are a limited number of steps (16 bars) and so continually repeat until the music finishes. The dances are in the Ballroom and Latin American styles of Waltz, Quickstep, Cha Cha Cha, Rumba etc. etc.

Classical Sequence

Classical Sequence is a completely different style of dance. Like Modern Sequence, the dances are short, lasting 16 bars of music, and the couples dance at the same time, repeating the dance until the music finishes. However, Classical Sequence is based on much older forms of dance, and includes dances such as the Two Step, Gavottes, Saunters, Tangos and many more.