Spanish ballerina Tamara Rojo presented on Monday, the festival “Big Dance“, which aims to make five million people dance in public places around the world this summer to mark the London Olympics.
The initiative will start on Friday with the arrival of the Olympic torch to the UK and will end on July 15.
The festival includes hundreds of choreographies of classical dance styles, hip hop and breakdance, to which the public can register in advance.
This Friday, the organization hopes to beat the Guinness record held for most choreographies executed simultaneously, for which 600,000 children from schools in 53 countries, including Spain, Brazil, Ecuador and Mexico, that will dance together for twenty minutes. (ARL)