“Dancing makes me feel alive!”
I have been dancing since I’m a child. Small shows at home or at school, I was the first one to create choreographies and jump on stage to move my body! I discovered big stages and flashmobs during my training at the Musical School AICOM in Paris.
My love for African dance made me join Les Ambianceuses company with who I danced afro-urban in the streets in Avignon and on stage in Hééé Mariamou. Life goes on and I hit on Kizomba in a salsa party….
Since then I breathe and live Kizomba, I give lessons in The Netherlands and travel in Europe to attend nice festivals. I’m practicing with different dancers in order to improve my style and I’m working on new Kizomba projects…
“Dancing makes me feel alive and vibrate. It’s impossible for me to stop and I’m eager to learn again other dances as soon as I can!”
Kizomba, kuduro, coupé-décalé, azonto, ragga dance hall, afrohouse, salsa, bachata, hip-hop … and many other dances will continue to catch my attention.
Improvisation in Brussels with Stéphane