Interview with Mahamadou Traore - Kizomba dance teacher in Tromsø

Interview with Mahamadou Traore – Kizomba dance teacher in Tromsø

Interview with Mahamadou Traore – Kizomba dance teacher in Tromsø About Tromsø Tromsø is located more than 300 km inside the Arctic Circle, which with its 70.000 inhabitants makes it the most populated city in those latitudes. Tromsø is a two-hour flight from Oslo. In the morning there is usually a lot of activity, in …

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Interview with Jojo and Victoria - Kizomba Dancers

Interview with Jojo and Victoria – Kizomba Dancers

Interview with Jojo and Victoria – Kizomba Dancers Jonathan Mahoto “Jojo” is one of the top kizomba dancers from France. He began to dance Kizomba in 2013 and has competed in several Kizomba competitions He has various experiences in the world of dance: Afro, Dancehall, Hip Hop and other styles and has produced several artists in …

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Richard and Nayle Kizomba

Interview with Richard Vargas and Nayle Reyes – Kizomba Teachers

Interview with Richard Vargas and Nayle Reyes – Kizomba Teachers Richard Vargas and Nayle Reyes are dancers and Kizomba teachers. They are the directors of Kizomba Conexión Afrolatina, a dance academy for teaching Afro-Latin rhythms, specializing in African dances. KCA starts with the endorsement of Kizomba Planet, an informative portal to promote Kizomba and the …

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Cape Verdean Music

Cape Verdean Music – 1

Cape Verdean Music Morna Morna is the most popular music genre in Cape Verde, one of its main representatives is the international superstar Cesaria Evora. The lyrics are generally sung in Creole, and reflect highly variable themes such as love, patriotism and even mourning. The vocalists sing accompanied by a guitar, violin and piano. Cavaquinho …

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Ndombolo Dance

Soukous and Ndombolo

Soukous and Ndombolo Soukous Soukus is also known as Lingala or Congo, and formerly as African rumba. It is a type of music originating in the two countries formerly called Belgian Congo and French Congo during the 30s and early 40s that was gaining popularity throughout Africa. “Soukus” is a word derived from the French …

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