Aleksei Pak

Originally Korean and born in the USSR, Aleksei was first introduced to forró, capoeira and other Brazilian cultural activities in 2008. They brought a lot of happiness and friends in his life and helped him to become healthier and more social. Since then, he has participated in many workshops, festivals and concerts, and the more […]

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Camila Alves

Camila Alves was born in Portugal and has always had a great passion for dance. At 14 years old, she began practicing Argentine Tango. This she did for 3 years along with 4 years of salsa. She also exposed herself to African dance styles such as Kizomba and Semba. In 2010, now 17, she felt […]

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Sarah Collings

Sarah’s long-standing love affair with forró began as a mild flirtation in Milan when the two were introduced by a Brazilian friend. When she arrived in Brussels in 2013, forró was virtually unknown there. So to keep their romance alive and kicking, Sarah quickly started to contribute to the organisation of workshops and other events, … More Sarah Collings

Tiago Moraes

Since he was a child, Tiago has been involved in dancing and teaching. At school, he was responsible to choreograph plenty of group performances involving all kinds of rhythms. Tiago has also been a capoeira teacher since he was 12 years old. Capoeira has helped him to create not only physical and teaching skills but […]

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