Afro-Tribal DANCE Workshops (Parent-Child & Adults)
15:30 - 20:00
Afro Tribal DANCE workshops in Galway City
Zilda Vicente will be back in Ireland in July to teach FOUR very special workshops on Afro Tribal Dance.
Thursday 5th and 12th of July
5.30 - 6.30 pm Parent-Child Class*
7.00 - 8.30 pm Adults
*Prices (per person per class):
Children - €5
Parents - €10
Adult classes - €15
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If you fancy experiencing the freedom of African dancing, don't miss these unique workshops on Traditional African Dances!!!
Practicing these dances is a fun and great way of learning to isolate each part of the body in your movement and helps in many physical and artistic disciplines! as well as being a FUNtastic way of excercising ????
I promise you will fall in love with the rhythm of the drumbeat????????????????
*Parent- Child Classes:
Min age: 6
In addition to being a lot of fun, parent-child dance classes are great preparation for very young children to eventually participate in a creative dance class on their own.
Children love to explore and be adventurous from a young age.
These classes are great for:
✔Acquiring basic motor skills
✔Learning to play and improving creativity
✔Encouraging social interaction from an early age and building social skills
✔Supporting and increasing family bonding
Parents/Carers are required to stay and participate, and the class operates on at least one parent - one child policy????????????????????????????
*****Our Instructor: Zilda Vicente***** (https://www.facebook.com/zilda.vicente.90)
Zilda was born in Angola-Luanda. She is a descendant of a family of musicians that have worked to spread the Angolan music and dance throughout the world ????????️.
In 1990, she started dancing in the group SEMBAFRICA (traditional Angolan dances) where she trained and worked for several years.
She works with Kizomba Master, Mestre Petchu since 1996. And she has also collaborated with several other musician such as Te Macedo (first lyrical Angolan singer), Filipe Mukenqua (Angolan singer and songwriter) and General D (Portuguese rapper of Mozambican descent and one of the forerunners of rap and hip hop in Portugal).
Zilda teaches Afro-Tribal dance, in several schools in France since 2001. Throughout her career she has developed her knowledge in Angolan traditional dances, and also in other African dances from countries such as Guinea, Ivory Coast and Senegal.
Teaching African dance in it's purest way is what Zilda does!
As Zilda always says: 'She lives to dance and she dances to live'
She brings more than 20 years of experience and competence teaching African dances. She has participated in many dance festivals throughout the world sharing her passion, and we are honored and delighted to welcome her to Ireland once again this summer!!
She has done extensive work with families besides workshops and teaches parent/infant groups,and individuals alike in Nantes, France, where she currently resides.
See you there!!