West Island Latin Dance Salsa Montreal Roberto Arenas Junior at Lambda Dance School

West Island Montreal Latin Dance Lessons, Latin Dance Classes with Roberto Arenas Junior who performed with Marc Anthony and in many television shows. Learn Salsa dance, Zumba, various styles of Latin dance (group and private lessons) at Montreal, West Island Lambda School of Music and Fine Arts alt


Lambda is proud to announce that Professor Roberto Arenas Junior, internationally renowned Latin Dance teacher & choreographer will be giving Salsa and Zumba classes at Lambda School. Roberto Arenas performed at the Marc Antony Show in 2012 at the Olympic Stadium. He is also the organizer for the International Salsa Congress in Chili, International Judge for the World Salsa Championship, choreographer for many television shows. He won the World Salsa Championship on ESPN. Roberto is the founder of the Chilital Dance Company. He is the recipient of the Best Tropical Dancer award and many other prominent international prizes.

Unique opportunity to learn from internationally acclaimed salsa teacher and choreographer - Roberto Arenas Junior

Classes start 3rd March 2013 (Sunday) Register NOW! 

Call us at (514) 697-9991

Dance Show at Lambda Concert Hall

23th February, 2013 (SATURDAY) 6:00 p.m. - All are welcome! Come join us!


Salsa & Latin Dance Teacher Roberto Arenas Junior:

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Latin Dance Class - Salsa for beginners

8 weeks - $160 plus taxes   

FREE First Trial class  



Sundays (starting 3rd March 2013)

10:00 a.m. to  11:00 a.m.  Zumba - condition your body,improve co-ordination

1:00 p.m.  to  2:00 p.m.    Beginner's Salsa (Adult class)

2:30 p.m.  to  3:30 p.m.    Intermediate Salsa (Adult class)



PRIVATE LATIN DANCE LESSONS Available upon request

Monday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Wednesday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Private Individual one-on-one lesson - Pricing $60 plus taxes
Private lesson for couple - $80 plus taxes  ($40 plus taxes per person)
Semi-private lesson for 4 people $100 plus taxes ($25 plus taxes per person)

** 24 hours notification needed for cancellation, otherwise lesson will be forfeited


Instructor: Professor Roberto Arenas Junior

Montreal Salsa Dance Latin Dance lessons West Island Roberto Arena JuniorBorn in Valparaiso, Chile, Roberto started emerging in the art world at the age of 6 years as a musician and then continued his training as a theatre actor, dancer, ballet, jazz and contemporary dance. It is also formed as an artistic director and choreographer. Graduated from the University of Salsa in San Juan, Puerto Rico in July 2006 and also style Salsa Yorkers recognized by Eddie Torres in 2007.


In 1996, Roberto left his homeland and moved to Montreal where he founded his first dance studio ''Roberto Arenas Jr.".  Only nine months after his arrival in Canada, it is recognized by the organization PARCLAQ (Promoter of Latino art and culture-Quebec) as ''Excellent promoter of art and culture Latin American''.

In 1998, he received an award as the best dancer tropical. In 2002, Roberto worked for the renowned hotel chain CLUB MED as a teacher and facilitator, where hundreds of students march every week.

Roberto was choreographer in various TV shows such as  2004 Celebration Loto Quebec (Gatineau), where he has choreographed for popular artists such as Eric Lapointe, Gildor Roy, Ginette Renaud, Patrick Normand and Wilfred Le Bouthillier. He also participate in the show'' Sabado Gigante'' hosted by Don Francisco recognized in Miami.

In 2004, Roberto founded'' The Latin Dance Company Chilital'' which has remained one of the largest dance company in Canada until his retirement in 2010. In 2008, Roberto started his company'''' Chilital Production. Its mission is to organize the'' Summer Salsa Festival'' in which the hearing was over 10,000 spectators. During this conference, all present had the chance to enjoy five days of workshops and performances by the best dancers in the world and practice her dance orchestras social and international DJs during the 3 nights weekend.

In September 2009, Roberto was invited as an international judge for the World Salsa Championships in Cali, Colombia (Plaza de Toro).

Roberto had three podiums in the prestigious “World Salsa Championship in Florida” that was broadcast by ESPN around the world. He won a third place in the world to Las Vegas in 2005, was vice-world champion in Orlando, Florida in 2007 and third in the world in Miami in 2009.

Roberto has also led professional teams such as his band called Pro Chilital who qualified as Canadian National Champion and reached the rank 5 at the World Salsa Championship in 2009. In May 2010, he was awarded a platinum record in Los Angeles for his contribution to the community of Salsa in Canada as a producer and instructor.

 In 2011, Roberto has organized the first International Salsa Congress in Chile was an unparalleled success. In addition, he has performed on stage at the show in Montreal and Daddy Yankee recently, in July 2012, the spectacle of Marc Antony held at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal. In 2013, ila danced in the show Prince Royce, Metropolis in Montreal and show Victor Manuel Laval.

With a strong reputation he traveled around the world demonstrating his unique style on stage and offering workshops in Miami, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Detroit, Chicago, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, Puerto Rico, Bermuda , Colombia and Chile, among others.

Currently, Roberto Arenas Jr teacher, choreographer and artistic director of the Dance Center ''Anacaona'' on the South Shore of Montreal. In addition to these merits globally, it holds more than 15 North American titles. He also hosts his own television program ''self'' Caliente'' aired on TV Nuevo Mundo'' (ext. 269) on Videotron.

Venue: Lambda School of Music and Fine Arts (West Island Head School)

Address: 4989 Boul des Sources, Pierrefonds, Quebec, H8Y3E3, Canada

Tel (514) 697-9991

Email: ecolelambda.ca@gmail.com


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