Your baile sorpresa (surprise dance) is typically performed after the quinceañera waltz.
Regional Mexican Dance
If You Find Yourself Nervous
Having to perform in front of your guest can be very stressful and intimidating for some of us. The most important thing to remember is to have fun! You need to have trust in yourself and your quince court! The best way to be confident and get comfortable is to give it yours all during practice! The more you practice the more your body remembers the dance moves. Consider the following tips below to calm your nerves.
Keep going even if you mess up! You and your court are the only people who know the actual choreography. The only way your guest are going to notice is if you make a scene about it.
BREATHE! Take a deep breath before you begin.
Focus on the music. Listening to the music will help you stay on beat!
Do not make eye contact with the audience unless of course, you can handle that.