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KizombadaFridays: Workshop+Social Dance Party @ Alisa's House of Salsa New Haven
Kizombada Fridays resume Friday July 13 at Alisa'sHouseOfSalsa 7:30 Doors 8pm BeginnerKizomba Workshop 9pm Social Dance Party BYOB 912 Whalley Ave New Haven CT Social: $10 Workshop and Social: $20

Alisa's House of Salsa

912 Whalley Ave · New Haven, CT

What we're about

Kizomba Con Etiquette has it's capital in Hartford. The Kizomba Hartford Development Group brings you the first Kizomba organization in Connecticut. We are stretching out to all ends of the State!

Kizomba Lessons - Events- Socials -Educational Programming KizombaConnecticut.com KizombaConnecticut@gmail.com 860.791.2336 What is our movement?

We pledge to do what is right for the Spirit of Kizomba: from Acknowledging its origins to becoming better dancers to sharing the dance.

What is Kizomba? Kizomba dance and music originates in Angola and mixes influences of traditional Semba with zouk and compas music from the French Caribbean. On this basis, Kizomba music emerged as a more modern music genre with a sensual touch mixed with African rhythm. Unlike Semba, Kizomba music is characterised by a slower and usually very romantic rhythm, sung generally in Portuguese. In Europe the word "kizomba" is used for any type of music derived from zouk, even if not of Angolan origin. It was the Kimbundu name for a dance in Angola as early as 1894. The Kizomba dancing style is also known to be very sensual and flows with a music of a romantic flow. Kizomba is a centerpiece to a healthier, happier, richer lifestyle. We want to popularize Authentic Angolan Kizomba in our town, and provide opportunities for learning and dancing Mwangole Kizomba.

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