Mambo is a Latin dance of Cuba which was developed in the 1940s when the music genre of the same name became popular throughout Latin America.
The original ballroom dance which emerged in Cuba and Mexico was related to the danzón, albeit faster and less rigid. In the United States, it replaced rhumba as the most fashionable Latin dance.
In the distant past, in the wild tribes, the word mambo implied ceremonial rhythms and rituals that were dedicated to the deities of war.
This dance direction takes its roots in Cuba and is included in the mandatory ball part of the Latin American program among adults and children.
These program participants in Boston showed their immediate mastery of such a complex and adult dance.
They perfectly conveyed the emotional message, all their attractiveness and honesty, in the arsenal of the kids still have a lot of complex “chips”.