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20 Jun 2015 

Starting 14th March At The Berkshire Ballroom Nr Reading.

Music That Cathes Your Ear And Dance That Cathes Your Soul”

New Launch - 50fifty Bachata and Kizomba Social - starting 14th March on the Berkshire Ballroom nr Studying. All parties take place at totally different times all through the month on the final Friday of every month (Salsa), on the primary Thursday of each month (Kizomba), on the second Saturday of every month (50/50 Bachata and Kizomba) and on the third Sunday of each month (Semba). Including an digital music percussion with a gradual and very sensual rhythm… kizomba was born. The description that fits kizomba the very best in my opinion is the next: A music that catches your ear and a dance that catches your soul. That is the great thing about dancing - the intimacy starts with the music and ends with the music.

The music will likely be break up equally 50 per cent Bachata and 50 per cent Kizomba - therefore the title 50/50. Basil enjoying the latest Bachata Mix and DJ Zeus taking part in the most recent, Kizomba and Semba - assured to keep the dance flooring transferring. Bachata is a method of dance that originated in the Dominican Republic - It is now danced all around the world.

Genuine Bachata is the unique method of dancing Bachata, originating from the Dominican Republic where the music was born. Kizomba is a companion dance native to the African nation of Angola, with influences from other Lusofone countries. It was first often called Passada” (that means stepping” - a reference to the movement circulate) and for having a sensuous rhythm. In the 80's groups like Kassav or Zouk Machine infused a quick paced and more African influenced sound into the music. Kizomba is the truth is the result of an evolution: younger generations, listening to traditional rhythms, felt one thing was missing - a contemporary and sensual touch.
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