Fismo Augustin Brizon “Fismo Kuba” was born in Havana, Cuba. He studied dancing in “Tropicana” Dance Academy as well as in “Narciso Medina” and “America”. In 2006 he worked together with other teachers in Cuban dance school “ViaDanza”, where he was a salsa teacher. Between 2008 and 2009 Fismo was a dancer and teacher at the famous salsa festival “Baila en Cuba” in Havana. He has also been taking part in Cuban salsa festivals like Copenhagen, Helsinki Baila Baila, Agua Festival & Valentin Dance Festival in Berlin and many more.

At the moment Fismo is teaching in Berlin in dance schools Swing und Move, Aziza, Jangada and also at Soda Club where he is instructor of Cuban Salsa every Sunday night.

Fismo is a fun and energetic teacher who for sure puts a smile on your face at his lessons!

Jamba Mulimbwe

Jamba has been involved in arts such as theatre and dance since 1999. He started his journey in Elumbu: a small community theater group from Luanda, Angola. In 2001 he moved to Prague in Czech Republic to study and develop his artistic skills. He started taking part in world-renowned movies alongside with Paul Walker and Vin Diesel just to name a few, and soon he began to teach and promote Kizomba, Semba, Afrohouse, and Salsa. Since then he has worked with different dance groups like BaToCu, African Ballet Company and Tradicion Dance Group.

In 2010 Jamba gained international recognition and started travelling around the world as a dance teacher, performer, animator, choreographer, and moderator.

In 2011 he launched his own artistic project called Balumuka (Prague Kizomba Festival and Balumuka Summer Tropical Beats) that is devoted to Angolan and African culture as a whole that includes not only dance but also music, cinema, customs, fashion, cuisine, and history. Now Prague Kizomba Festival Balumuka is the biggest Angolan renowned festival in Europe with its 4-day program of workshops, parties, movie screening, live DJ and musician musicality class, African culture and history debate, and fashion show.

Inaki Fernandez

Inaki Fernandez from Madrid, Spain, is one of the most sought-after teachers of Latin dance. He specialises in Salsa, Bachata, Cha-Cha-Cha, Kizomba, Argentine Tango, and many other styles. Inaki has been teaching and performing within the most prestigious dance congresses and festivals around the world.

Outside of the teaching arena Inaki is an experienced choreographer, having produced and performed in many pieces for the music industry and TV: such as Strictly Come Dancing. He has also been invited to judge competitions worldwide.

As a teacher Inaki is fun, friendly and has a very clear methodology for making your dance step up a level!

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 2 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 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.

DJ MarinoMarino

Marino is a versatile DJ and enjoys playing a wide variety of music. He is also a dancer and dance teacher, who keeps Tartu people happy and dancing :)

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