Opa Cupa (Rom/Serbia)


Choreographed by Andy Bettis, taught by Steve Kotansky
Music made famous by Serbian musician Šaban Bajramović,;”I am a poor guy, one of the best dancers, the girls grab me to dance”. Dance notes…

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