Artists 2018

Leonardo Frometa Gracia

Leonardo “Leo” Frometa Gracia completed his training as a dance teacher at the Escuela Instructores de Arte (Art School) in Santiago de Cuba. His workshops are not only pure dancing, he tends to involve a lot of Cuban Culture and Traditional Cuban Music. His main goal is for his students to feel happy and satisfied after his workshops, and his passion for dance and teaching is absolutely immeasurable.

Leonardo has never visited Estonia before, so we are excited to have him as a teacher in our camp!

Laine Quesada Abreu

Laine is a dancer, dance teacher, choreographer and aerobic instructor. At the age of 10, she was already enrolled at Escuela de Arte in Santiago de Cuba. Later she moved to Havana to study at Escuela Nacional de Arte, and 2 years later at Escuela Nacional de Instructores de Arte, where she graduated in 1993. She has danced for the most famous dance academies of Cuba and she was teaching dancers at the “Tropicana”, Cuba`s renowned cabaret show.

Laine is extremely dedicated to encourage individuals to use their own power of improvisation, but also to keep the original Cuban flair in their movements.

Having heard many words of praise from dancers around the world, we were happy to get Laine to come and teach in our camp and share her joy of dance. This is her first time here, so let’s give her a warm welcome!

Thierry Deha

Thierry is a charismatic dancer, performer, fashion model and dance teacher, originally from Ivory Coast. He moved to Russia in 2006 and now has become one of the best and most popular teacher of Afro dances.

The number of his students is growing at fast pace and Thierry continues to bring African dance to anyone who’s interested. His main styles are Urban Kiz, Kizomba, Semba, Afro House, Kuduro and more…

Thierry quickly wins the students’ hearts with his versatility, dedication and clear methodology. We are happy to welcome Thierry back to Estonia!

Patricio Deuma & Noora

Originally from Chile, Patricio Deuma is an extremely versatile dancer and dance teacher. He has a wide variety of expertise in Bachata, Kizomba, different styles of Salsa, Reggaeton, Cha-Cha-Cha, etc, etc…

Patricio is attending many salsa congresses around Finland and Europe as a teacher and a dancer. Patricio is also a latin dance show choreographer and performer.

His classes are always fun, energetic and friendly. This is the reason why Casa de Baile is always glad to invite Patricio back to create more happy memories!

DJ Enrique

Enrique was born in Habana, Cuba where Cha-cha-cha, Salsa, Mambo, Rumba and more have their roots as well. He comes from an artistic family who inspired him from an early age and he has felt a great inclination towards entertainment in several areas.

Enrique is a popular DJ for any Salsa or Latin event and he can really make the party pop!

DJ RainRain Ader

Prior to salsa, Rain collected and listened to funk, soul, jazz and Brazilian CDs and LPs. Since getting to dance salsa, he has devoted himself entirely to the Latin music genre.

Rain has been growing with the Estonian salsa scene, learning from it and pushing its musical boundaries. He has played at international salsa festivals in Tallinn, Vilnius, Riga, London and also deejayed in Brussels and Helsinki. Rain is a recognised guest DJ at big salsa events in Riga and Vilnius and a resident DJ for weekly salsa nights in Tallinn. It is with sheer joy and dedication that Rain shares his love for salsa music and its best/most passionate aspects with all the fellow-dancers.

DJ Art

DJ Art discovered the world of Kizomba in 2015. After several months of training in local schools, he immediately began to travel around Europe and attend Kizomba festivals.
After a year of intensive master classes and parties, he began teaching at a local dance studio and in same time discovered Urban Kiz.
This style immediately fell in love with its unlimited opportunity and technique of execution.
He started Dj-ing 2 years later, and his style focuses mostly on Ghetto Zouk, Tarraxinha, Sensual Kizomba and remixes, while always looking new and unusual songs to develop his own style.

DJ Siimsiim

Siim started dancing in 2010 and immediately fell in love with the music as well. Since then he has travelled to many festivals around the globe and started to collect and study Latin music genre, mostly concentrating on Bachata.

Siim believes that a good DJ is someone who grows and improves every day, is connected directly to the dancers around him and does their best to share the passion for the music.

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