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Cuban Dance Development Workshops with Greydis Montero - R2

Cuban Dance Development Workshops with Greydis Montero - R2

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When:

  • Sat 7 Nov ’15, 1:00pm – 4:30pm
  • Sun 8 Nov ’15, 1:00pm – 4:30pm

Where:

Whitireia Performance Centre, 25-27 Vivian St, Te Aro, Wellington Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • 1 workshop: $30.00
  • 2 workshops: $55.00
  • 3 workshops: $75.00
  • 4 workshops: $95.00
  • 5 workshops: $115.00
  • 6 workshops: $130.00

Website:

CubanFusion

We are very excited to announce that we've finally found a free weekend in Greydis' very busy diary to hold "Round Two" of her very popular Wellington Development Workshops. Only took us a year to get her back, but I promise you it will have been worth the wait.

Greydis will be teaming up with Rafael again this year to bring you a 200% Cuban experience.

Get ready to unleash your inner dancer Cuban-style; improve your body movement, rhythm and timing; increase your styling and moves repertoire; and have a great time!

Building on last year’s workshops “Round Two” offers something for both first timers and repeat offenders, men (check out the new man's styling class) and woman, beginners and the more advanced, individuals and couples; Salsa and Afro fans alike.

For those of you who don’t know Greydis, she is the only professional female Cuban dancer in Australiasia, and in very high demand. In fact we have been trying to lock these workshops in since March.

Originating from Havana Cuba, a graduate of the prestigious and highly competitive Cuban National School of Art (ENA), Greydis is an award winning and highly accredited dancer with over 20 years experience in the dance world. She has performed and taught throughout the world sharing the hot, sexy and sublime rhythms of Cuba and the Caribbean.

You will be captivated by Greydis' fun loving approach to teaching.

Her explosive energy combined with her strong cultural background makes Greydis a hypnotic entertainer and an asset to the world dance community.

“Dancing for her is a blessing, a passion and something to be shared”. See link below for more information about Greydis.

The weekend will look like this:

- Fri 7 Nov - Cuba Street Salsa Party
- Sat 8 Nov - Workshops
- Sun 9 Nov - Workshops and Party @ The Cross

And this is what the workshop timetable looks like*:

Saturday (8 Nov) - T1 (Top Floor Studio)

- 1.00pm Cuban Body Isolation - Part 1 (Open Level)
- 2.15pm Cuban Salsa Shines (Int/Adv)
- 3.30pm Lady Styling Routine (Int/Adv)
- 3.30pm Man Styling Routine (Int/Adv)

Sunday (9 Nov) - T1 (Top Floor Studio)

- 1.00pm Cuban Body Isolation - Part 2 (Open Level)
- 2.15pm Cuban Salsa Partnering (Int/Adv)
- 3.30pm Cubatón (Open Level)

* See the CubanFusion website for workshop details. Please note the one-hour workshops will start on time. To help us keep things on track, please turn up 10 mins beforehand to check in.

Interested in doing something not mentioned above? If you can get 10 people together we will consider adding another workshop to the programme. Private lessons also available in the mornings.

Registration & Payment:

These workshops will be very popular. Places are limited. Secure your spot now by registering and paying on-line. Doors sales not guaranteed. Once we have confirmed a spot on the workshop(s) is available we will send you the on-line payment details. On-line registration and payment not only guarantees your spot, but also makes checking in the day quick and easy.

Don't miss this rare opportunity to explore and enrich your Cuban dance knowledge with one of the world’s best.

Register Now!

Greydis’ development workshops are proudly brought to you by CubanFusion © 2005 - Wellington's Cuban Salsa Specialists | info@cubanfusion.co.nz | 04-382-8232 | CubanFusion Social Club

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