Brazilian Samba Workshop

Brazilian Samba Workshop
Jan 18

Brazilian Samba Workshop

What is Samba? Samba is a lively, rhythmical dance of Afro-Brazilian origin in 2/4 (2 by 4) time danced to samba music whose origins include the Maxixe. Samba was created by African people in Brazil from the music and dance culture they brought from Africa. Samba music is very similar to and has been influenced by many Angolan music genres, as well as many other Latin American music genres and dances. The term “samba” originally referred to any of several Latin duet dances with origins from the Congo and Angola. Today Samba is the most prevalent dance form in Brazil, and reaches the height of its importance during the festival of Carnaval.[1] There is actually a set of dances, rather than a single dance, that define the Samba dancing scene in Brazil; however, no one dance can be claimed with certainty as the “original” Samba style. Besides Brazilian Samba, a major style of Samba is ballroom Samba, which differs significantly. Taught by @sandraxkosev, professional performer and long-time dancer enthusiast, you'll be getting an excellent workout and an encompassing experience in Brazilian Samba! Come get a taste of Rio! No feathers or prior dance experience required! ○ Details ○ Date: Jan 18, 2020 Time: 4-5:30pm Price: $30 Spaces limited. Grab your spot now! [hidden] See you there! ;) More Info below.

Sign up to see Contacts & Info (FREE):
How to find us: Take the stairs to the 3rd floor! :). More Info
when: January 18 @ 4pm - 5:30pm
where: Dance ConneXion, Unit 315, 245 Sheppard Ave. West, Toronto, on, M2N 1N2, CA map
category: Salsa



An error has occurred