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Forró and Samba de Gafieira classes

Experience the Brazilian Vibes in Stockholm

post 16.Jan.2020, 10:56 AM
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Learn forro and samba de gafieira progressively from week 1. The first hour is forro with Luiz Fernando, followed by samba de gafieira with Martim Mas. To complete the evening, there will be free forro and samba de gafieira pratica!

Complete beginners welcome. There will be a Complete Beginners Corner for those who want to join in on the fun. Tell your friends all about it!

More information on payment, schedule, and location are available down below!

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Socks, barefeet, sandals or indoor shoes.

Every Monday in the following times:
19.00-20:00 samba de gafieira
20:15-21:15 forr?
21:15-22:00 Pratica (forro and gafieira) - free of charge!

150 kr - 1 class (120 kr for students)
240 kr- 2 classes (190 kr for students)
315 kr - 3 classes (250 kr for students)
400 kr - 4 classes (320 kr for students)
700 kr - 8 classes (560 kr for students)
900 kr - 12 classes (720 kr for students)
Student prices only with the showing of a Student ID card
Please use Swish to pay: 123 601 75 78

The venue is located on the lower ground floor in a tower-block building, on the backside! Above the front door is a large gray entrance sign with the ccap and logos. Ring the door bell if the entrance is closed.

It is less than 5 mins walk from T-bana Tekniska H?gskolan. The nearest bus stop is K?rsb?rsv?gen (bus 61) or Valhallav?gen (bus 4). Along the way there are several small plate signs that show you the direction to the ccap/ space where we hold the classes.

Luiz is from Minas Gerais in Brazil. He has been living and dancing forro in Stockholm for several years and has developed his own style of forro mixing Forro universitario and forro itaunas, focusing in a playful and enjoyable dance, with the motto that forro should always be fun!

Martim comes from Sao Paulo, Brazil's largest city and with a historical samba culture that rivals Rio. he has danced samba de gafieira for many years and has participated as a student and teacher in open social projects in Sao Paulo. Given his background, he prefers a more relaxed approach to teaching to get people to love gafieira and to think it is easy despite it relatively high technical difficulty.

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