Salsa by Ricardo

 RicaSalsa San Francisco’s Dance Company continues to bring dancers together to celebrate the beauty of Latin dance and music. Over the years  San Francisco Salsa  has become one of the most prominent and thriving Salsa communities in the country.  Not only do we unite and uplift our home community, we represent the next generation in Musicality, choreography, and competitive dancing. Directed by Ricardo Tellez and Tianne Frias RicaSalsa San Francisco Dance Company offer a unique Musicality with a taste of modern Salsa.

If you want to learn Salsa Dancing with a modern taste with the World Salsa Championships Finalist,  Ricardo Tellez and Tianne Frias Offers Salsa in the City of San Francisco with 3  Group Salsa Lessons a week,  Private Salsa Lesson,  and our Own San Francisco  Salsa Dance Company RicaSalsa.

 
 

Salsa By Ricardo


Ricasalsa dance

Photo by Ricardo Tellez

Photo by Ricardo Tellez

RicaSalsa San Francisco’s Dance Company is an arts organization serving the San Francisco Bay Area since 1999.  RicaSalsa has influenced hundreds of dancers/performers, creating over 30 choreographies, and participating in local as well as international events.  Over the years,RicaSalsa has become a local Salsa icon known for its fresh ideas and innovative performances.  This organization continues to stimulate the community with artistic risk-taking and passionate dancing. read more here

 

Salsa Lessons

Photo Credit: Ricardo Tellez

Photo Credit: Ricardo Tellez

Social Dancing has become one of the most powerful Fun And Fitness activities in the San Francisco bay area. We believe the Salsa fundamental are the key to become a good social dancer. When you learn the basics, becomes easier to do the advanced variations. We teach 100% Social dancing Techniques and musicality!

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About Ricardo 

Photo by Ricardo Tellez

Photo by Ricardo Tellez

Ricardo Téllez was born in Mexico City and began dancing at age 12. His first exposure to dance involved styles such as Cumbia, Guaracha, Guaguanco, Guajira, Cha-Cha-Cha,Son Montuno, and Salsa.

In 1995 after moving to the Bay Area, Rico began studying Salsa under Gabriel Romero. He accelerated his progress in dance by practicing what he learned in clubs all over the Bay Area.

Private lessons

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