Meet our team

Profes (ordenats per ordre alfabètic)

Africa

Hip Hop, Afrobeats, Swing Kids & Dansa Urbana de 12 a 17 anys Teacher -

Since childhood, in Equatorial Guinea, África has lived in a dance and culture atmosphere. There she started with two styles, Afro and Hip Hop, which she has developed and defined through training and competitions in different European countries.

Andrea Pérez Alonso

Since childhood, Andrea dreamed of dancing while watching musicals. She found her way to music when, as a child, her parents took her to the music school in her neighborhood to start playing the violin. Since then her life revolved around music and its expressions: she combined her engineering and violin studies  with the search for different dances that hooked her until, one day, she fell in love with Lindy Hop thanks to a coworker. Now she fulfills her dream dancing Swing, Jazz and Rock & Roll specializing in Lindy Hop and Boogie Woogie. She is characterized by her intense joy and a smile that is spread when one sees her dance and dances with her.

Carmen Caparrós

Carmen Caparrós is a professional dancer since 1985. She trained at the Institut del Teatre of Barcelona and specialized in Flamenco with Merche Esmeralda, Flora Albaycín, Antonio Canales and Chana, among others. After some dance tours over different cities in Europe, since 1995 Carmen is teaching Flamenco, Sevillanas and castanets. In her classes, she tries to convey what is most important to her: that dancing is to express through the body what the soul needs to say.
In 2013 she published the book "Dancing Flamenco, to Know a Way to Feel."

Elisabet Monllor

I started dancing at 4 years by myself. At home I made experiments with music trying rhythms and movements and I never missed a dance program or dance movie. At 24/25 years old I started salsa and ballroom dancing lessons (of which I have an ORTHOS degree of two years) . From there I started teaching Hip hop, Salsa, Cha Cha, Rock & Roll, Modern, and even maintenance gymnastics and aerobics at all ages at dance schools in Alcoy and sports centers. I studied illustration, photography and painting combining with writing at the school of art. This gives me a deeper insight of the dance allowing me to do performances of improvisation dance for personal projects as well as for collaborations with other artists.
Rock & Roll was my favourite dance when child, so my meeting with Lindy was no coincidence. The first thing I did when I had Internet at home many years ago, was to look at youtube for videos of Rock & Roll and Boogie Woogie, which led me to see Hellzapoppin !! It was not until almost three years ago that I could start my career in Lindy Hop and Solo Jazz. Immediately I began to receive and give classes both as Leader and Follower and Solo Jazz in my small town Alcoy, together with a festival that I also organize, the "Black Winter Swing Festival." I love to participate at the social dancing, jams and Jack & Jill, where I have won some prize. With Solo Jazz I was at the finals of the ESDC'15, PARIS JAZZ ROOTS'16 and HARLEM LT'16. And this year I began as international teacher at an italian festival, the Royal Swing Fest.
When I dance or I teach classes I am very interested for the energy released, the expression and, above all, for finding one own self, one own movement. And all this with fun!! I am also an entitled Masseur.

Emi Garrote

Swing - Lindy Hop Teacher -

Emi Garrote and Pep Espìgol started dancing Lindy Hop back in 1999. They received dancing education in Barcelona and different workshops in Europe. For more than seven years the were teachers at the Balliball School (Barcelona) and participated in the organization of the Barswingona International Event.

Co-founders of the Jazz Cats troupe from Barcelona, they danced and coreographed with it from its start until its dissolution. During its five years of activity, they performed in important scenarios like l'Auditori, the Palau de la Música, and the Cap Roig Jazz Festival. They also shared stage with musicians and dancers like: La Locomotora Negra, Swing Set, La Vella Dixieland, Barcelona Jazz Orchestra, Ignasi Terraza, Guillem Alonso (tap dance), Laia Molins (tap dance) and Roser Font (tap dance), among others.

Since 2003 they teach at european level: Sweden (Herräng Dance Camp 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011), Swingin' Spring in Gothemburg 2007,  Russia (Moscow Xmas Camp 2009, 2010, 2011), Goodnight Sweetheart Londres (2005, 2011), Workshop “SäntisHop" Switzerland (2014, 2016), judges in the European Swing Dance Championchips 2011, 2012, France (París, Lille, Toulouse, Montpellier, Grenoble, Aspet), Switzerland (Bern), Italy (Swing Crash Festival, Como 2010), Grenoble Swing Festival 2006, Summer Camp Studio Hop (2008, 2016), Leapin’ Lindy in Bern (Switzerland) 2006,  Festival Jazz Terrassa (2017, 2016, 2015, 2012, 2011, 2010), Andorra (Swing in Andorrain’), Catalonia (Sitges Swing, Lloret), Spain (Madrid, San Sebastian, Vitoria, Castelló),  Swim Out Costa Brava 2014, 2015, ZaraSwing Festival in Zaragoza 2017, 2016 y 2015, etc.

They have performed in the Gamper Trophy in Camp Nou (2012), in Gala FAO Tv1 "Mira quien Baila" 2005, in Barcelona Dance Festival Barcelona 2009, in Barcelona International Jazz Festival 2008, in TV3 Show “La Sonora” 2012. They have also held performances in the Palau de la Música with La Locomotora Negra, in the 47 VOLL-DAMM FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE JAZZ DE BARCELONA 2015, and in the Auditori de Barcelona with La Locomotora Negra ”XIII CONCERT PER AL TXAD 2016".

In 2007 they founded their own school "Escola de Swing Pep & Emi", in which they created a team to evolve arstitically and pedagogically until 2012. They also created their Lindy Hop exhibition troupe: the Swing Beats.

From 2008 to 2012 they were organizers and hosts of the Lindy Hop festival: the "Sinera Swing Festival" in Arenys de Mar (Barcelona).

Currently, they are still Lindy Hop teachers in regular courses, and in national and international workshops.

In their classes they strengthen the relationship of the dancers with the music and with their dance partner, with a main goal: having as much fun as the original dancers of Savoy Ballroom!

When they dance, they always have in mind the great legends that inspire them every day: Frankie Manning, Norma Miller, Dawn Hampton, as well as the big interpreters of swing, like Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, and Duke Ellington.

www.pepiemi.com

Georgina Scarano

Swing - Lindy Hop Teacher -

Born in Argentina and passionate about the dance, she learned folklore and typical dances of the South of Italy from a young age, as her family was born there. In Barcelona she discovered Lindy Hop by chance and from her first class in Swing Maniacs Poblenou she has not stopped dancing, constantly training in different disciplines and attending numerous international workshops. She loves to transmit her passion for the dance and share the joy of the crazy world of Lindy Hop.

 

Ingrid Valls

Swing - Lindy Hop Teacher -

The first time that Ingrid saw people dancing Lindy Hop was in Stockholm during a study abroad program. She fell in love with the energy and happiness that the dancers radiated. But Ingrid never thought that she could ever dance in that way because she had never danced before. In 2011, once she was back to Barcelona she decided to give it a shot. Serendipitously, swing has gone from being her passion to a way of life for her! 

Irene Bataller

Dancing since she can remember, Irene Bataller, was a girl who was fond of the world of dance. Without any official training, Irene practiced self-taught choreographies every day after her studies. In 2015 she discovers the Lindy Hop in Granada, her hometown, it is then when a few months later she decides to leave everything to dedicate entirely to the world of swing. She has a passion for Jazz Steps and Charleston to which she is totally dedicated, leaving room for tap dancing and partner dances such as Lindy Hop, Boogie Woogie, Shag and Blues. She has taught regular Lindy Hop, Jazz Steps and Charleston classes in Granada from 2016 to 2018. She is currently continuing her self-taught learning with the help of intensive classes at national and international festivals.

Irene Durán

COLLEGIATE SHAG Teacher -

Jana Grulichová

Swing - Lindy Hop, Solo Jazz, Tap Dance, Contemporany, The Stompers, Flamenco, Back to basic, Other Solo Swing dances, Modern jazz & Ballet Teacher -

From the age of four Jana has been passionated about all kinds of dances. She studied dance at the Conservatory of Prague (Czech Republic) and since then she has continued expanding its training in dance worldwide: United States, Britain, Cyprus, Sweden, Italy, Germany, Hungary and Spain, among others. It has been part of different companies: Zig-Zag Tap & Swing Dance CRASH, Clac & Roll, les Divinas, among others.

She is currently international teacher, choreographer and swing dancer (lindy hop, charleston, blues and tap). She also works as a choreographer and stage director at the Palau de la Música and the Taller de Musics. She also teaches other dances, such as street dance, jazz and contemporary dance.

Javiera Borgoño

Javiera fell in love with Swing and its culture in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 2012. There she learned Lindy Hop, Balboa, Charleston and Jazzsteps. Shortly after starting, she took part in CAPOS the first swing championship there, where she won first place in the strictly Lindy category, which only motivated her to look for new horizons. Thus, in May 2015 she traveled to Europe attending all the swing festivals he encountered along the way, such as the Herrang Dance Camp, where she first made contact with the Collegiate Shag. At the end of the same year she decided to settle in the city of Barcelona where she soon became a teacher of Lindy Hop, Collegiate Shag, Balboa and Jazzsteps and thus dedicating herself full time to dance.

Jazzmin Olave

Swing - Lindy Hop, Solo Jazz, Danza creativa from 3 to 5 years old, Dansa en família, Modern Jazzde from 5 to 9 years, Modern Jazz from 9 to 12 years & Teatro musical from 5 to 12 years old Teacher -

Jazz, like her friends name her, is an absolutely performing arts passionate. She started dancing classic ballet when she was 4 years young, and then discovered Theatre at the age of 5, receiving her first formation in the ‘Zaragoza Theater and Dance local School’. She moved to Barcelona in 2005 to start her Dramatic Arts career in ‘L’Institut Del Teatre’. She’s been lucky to work and be part of some dance and theatre companies as well as acting in some of the most emblematic scenes such as the ‘Teatre Lliure’ or the ‘Mercat de les Flors’. Later on, from 2010 to 2016 she'd been teaching ‘Creative Dance’ and ‘Inclusive Theater’ to people with Functional Diversity. In January 2015 she discovered ‘Swing’ and fell in love with its essence and the freestyle in it. Currently she dance in an ‘Integrative Dance’ company called ‘Liant La Troca’, formed by mixed people with and without ‘Functional Diversity’. She also works as a ‘Inclusive Dance’ teacher in ‘L’Institut Del Teatre’.

Laia Puig

Swing - Lindy Hop, Solo Jazz Teacher -

Laia began dancing at 6, and for six years she learned Ballet and Contemporary Flamenco daily. At 12 she began to dance and compete in ballroom dancing. That was changed by Lindy Hop at 19, when she discovered it at the Apolo, thanks to his parents, who already danced. Since then, Laia has not stopped dancing and now she teaches full time in Barcelona. She focuses her dance classes in teaching followers to be aware of their pace and being active in their dance. Laia thinks that you never stop learning and keeps working both as individual and partner dance. In her dancing she attempts to connect fun, rhythm and a little crazyness. She likes to act and compete in Lindy Hop and Jazz Solo. Laia has competed successfully at Lindy Shock, and the London Swing Festival Snowball, and she won with Gustav the 1st prize at the ILHC Advanced Strictly Division (Washington) in 2016.

Lidia Jimón

Born in Girona, Lidia has been captivated by Lindy Hop ever since she saw the energy it transmitted when her friends danced it in the streets of Barcelona. Dedicated to Flamenco dance from when she was 5 to 15 and experimenting with other dances later, she decided to let her self be taken away by the Lindy bounce in January of 2012 when she moved to Madrid. Later, she went back to Girona, forming a part of the Windy Hoppers Empordà association. Since two years ago her feet haven't stopped moving to the rhythm of Swing, and Lindy Hop fills her days with happiness

Marta Vergés

Swing - Lindy Hop, Solo Jazz Teacher -

Marta has been in a stage from the three years old. She has received lessons of diferent kinds of dances as traditional dances, classical ballet, tap, Latino dances, etc. She has been in a traditional catalan dances company of Gracia.The dance has been, is and will always be her great passion. At 2007 she discovered the world of Lindy Hop and since then she is a true lover of this discipline and its music. She is always ready to dance, if you meet her outside of the work, for sure she will be ready to dance.

Neus Castells

Swing - Lindy Hop, Balboa, Solo Jazz, Super Followers, Super Followers & Super Leaders, Cardio Swing, Other Solo Swing dances & Empieza el día con energía Teacher -

She discovered the world of Swing by chance, when she was walking one rainy day through Ciutadella park, in Barcelona. She was captivated by the music and the dance and decided to take up Lindy Hop classes in 2007, after which she moved on to Charleston and finally Balboa, taking classes in Barcelona as well in international workshops. Going to all the dancings and events in Barcelona she could, she has been dancing almost everyday since then; for her a day without dancing and without having tryed and learned something new is like a wasted day.

Pamela Gaizutyte

Solo Jazz, Super Followers & Super Leaders Teacher -

Pamela has been dancing since she was 5 years old. She did traditional Lithuanian folk dancing for years, until she found her passion in Lindy Hop at the age of sixteen. In 2009, she began working at Hoppers' Dance Studio in her hometown of Vilnius, Lithuania, where she surrounds herself with rhythm on a daily basis as she practices, performs, and teaches lindy hop and vernacular jazz. She is one of the most exciting followers to burst into the international swing scene in recent years. Her creativity, personal style and sense of musicality are an inspiration. Pamela enjoys spreading the joy of dance and sharing her knowledge, and is excited to travel to new and faraway places to do so.

Roser Ros

Swing - Lindy Hop, Solo Jazz & Super Followers Teacher -

Roser family explains that when she was a year old she already liked to dance at the kitchen following the rhythm of the dishwasher. At 3 years old she started gymnastics, and from then she has never stopped practicing different disciplines of dance and circus. When she was a child she saw the film Swing Kids and say for herself that someday she would dance like those dancers.

At 2011 she met the lindy hop and from then she has not stopped dancing. It has become her passion together with the charleston and the air steps. She teaches lindy from 2014 and she has participated at some dance companies.

Sandy Lewis

COLLEGIATE SHAG Teacher -

Sandy was born in Cajun Country, Louisiana. Since 2013 she has been teaching Lindy Hop, and since 2014 Shag. Apart from dancing Zydeco & Cajun (the folkloric dances of her region), when she was a child she used to do tap dance. Later, she started with ballroom and belly dance. She discovered Lindy Hop in Barcelona when she came across a clandestino in Gracia, and since that day she hasn't stopped dancing Lindy. Nowadays you can find her on the Lindy dance floors as well as the Blues clubs.

Albert Ferran

Balboa Teacher -

He dances Swing since 2001 and teaches Balboa in Barcelona since 2005 and internationally since 2011. Despite having won many European competitions and have participated in several Balboa World Championship finals, he continues believing that social dancing is the reason beyond all; that "nothing  makes sense unless you feel passion for what you do". Teach and dance makes him happy.

Carlos Cayuela

Carlos Cayuela began dancing at an early age. He has trained in many styles of dance such as ballet, contemporary, hip hop and break dance, ballroom and Latin, and of course tap and swing dance, which he feels a great passion for. This wide variety of dance gives him versatility and broad resources when it comes to choreography and improvisation. Furthermore he is also a musician, which gives him more understanding of how music is formed, joining his movement to it. His philosophy in dance is purely emotional, trying to convey those emotions to others.

Giulio Parise

Swing - Lindy Hop Teacher -

Giulio entered the world of Swing by chance in 2011. Since he discovered it, he hasn't been able to stop dancing. His favorite dances are Lindy Hop and Charleston, although he has also taken classes in Balboa. His style is energetic and explosive.

Gustav Jakobsson

Swing - Lindy Hop, Solo Jazz Teacher -

Swedish born, in 2007 Gustav's sister convinced him to try Lindy Hop for a weekend in a mythical Herräng Workshop (Sweden). There he was lucky to receive a class with Frankie Manning and after that weekend he fell in love forever from Lindy Hop. Gustav's classes are focused on the pace and fluidity of movement and he always works to improve its own motion practicing Solo Jazz, Lindy Hop and Tap Dance. He likes both to compete and act, and he has been successful in events like ILHC, the ESDC, Snowball and the London Swing Festival. Recently Gustv and Laia Puig won the 1st prize at the Advanced Strictly Division in the ILHC (Washington) in 2016.

Héctor San Andrés Jaime

Héctor was born in Madrid. He has a degree in biology although after the nickname of Hittouch he has spent years dedicating himself to his true vocation, illustration. In the summer of 2015 a friend told him about something called "Lindy Hop." That same fall he attended an open class organized by Swingmaniacs, from that moment there was no going back. Now he happily combines both extremes: the tranquility and intimacy of the illustration with the movement, joy and social life that dance gives you.

 

Iván Bouchain

Swing - Lindy Hop, Tap Dance, Electroswing & Other Solo Swing dances Teacher -

Dancing is a way of life and his passion. Originally from Mexico, that's where he was introduced to the scene, especially in theatre. Later he began his career as a dancer in the National Actors Association. In 2002 he moved to Barcelona, where he completed studies in musical at Coco Comin School, where he is currently a teacher. Although specializing in tap, he completed his training with other forms, such as jazz, hip-hop, contemporary, ballet, singing and theatre.

One of the most important projects he is involved in is called Dinatatak. He has participated in festivals such as the Strassen Festival in Stuttgart and Busker's in Barcelona. He also acted in the Montjuïc open-air film festival, in Cova de jazz,  in addition to touring France and Sardinia. He has created, along with Ludovico Hombravella, the Walk On Tap On, where besides dancing he develops himself as a composer and singer.

Javi Owono

Swing Kids, Danzas africanas Teacher -

Javi has been passionate about dance since he was a child. He grew up in a multicultural environment full of dances that he wants to share from his professionalism with everyone, with styles such as Aphrodance and Hip Hop, among others.

Juanma Pérez

Born in 1975 in Barcelona, JuanMa entered the world of dance at 16 through Jazz dance. Years later he was influenced by couple dances like Salsa and Bachata and competed nationally and internationally. He received training from the great masters of Argentine Tango, including Domingo Rey, and he currently remains active competing for the Spanish Federation of Dance Sport in English Walz, Viennese Waltz, Slow Foxtrot, Quick Step, Tango, Samba, Cha Cha Cha, Bolero Rumba, Jive and Pasodoble

Lluís Belsa

Swing - Lindy Hop Teacher -

At summer of 2012 he discovered the Lindy Hop at Barceloneta outdoors swing dances and on September of that year he signed to Swing Maniacs to learn to dance it. In a year he also began to dance Charlestone and since then he has not stopped dancing and attending swing festivals and workshops both nationally and internationally to learn more and enjoy dancing.

Luis Guillermo Diaz

Luigui, as his close friends call him, treasures the memory of that Barcelona vacation night when he was invited to a concert at the Barcelona Jazz Orchestra: "The smack in my face of the hair of a girl who was spinning while the pianist marked a break, made me woke up; Jazz can be danced! "
About a year later, finally living in Barcelona, he felt totally in love with Lindy Hop and little by little he began to explore other Swing dances that also captivated his heart.
Luigui has experience as a music teacher and for him, pedagogy is a passion, and a responsibility. He loves to travel to Swing festivals, to compete, to build choreographies, to present shows, and for him, the axis on which all his devotion is based is the social dance.

Marc Morillo

Swing - Lindy Hop Teacher -

Marc has always been in contact with sports, as a player and trainer of indoor football, and with the performing arts, as a member of an amateur theater company for 10 years. His interest in Jazz and Rhythm and Blues music led him to start learning Lindy Hop in 2017; he had always been fascinated by the energy of the dancers he had seen in the dancings of the street and he wanted to live it from inside. Since then, the fact of discovering new steps, variations and rhythms came together with his desire to learn more about the cultural roots of the dance and swing music.

Marcos Fuente

Swing - Lindy Hop Teacher -

Marcos discovered the dance some years ago and from then on the grew infatuaded with it. From the start he learned from the best national and international teachers, although he has also trained on his own to develop his own style.

He loves dancing Charleston, Lindy Hop and Balboa, and so you can see him dancing in all kind of events. But we can also add that he's a very happy person. You'll always see him with a smile and dancing with everyone. All this is evident in his dance and in the way he teaches his students, and that spreads to those closest to him. For him the dance is a way to communicate, to express himself and keep his body as active as he can, but with lots of fun!

Martí Gasol

COLLEGIATE SHAG Teacher -

Marti is passionate about sport and physical activity since child. At 2012 he starts dancing lindy hop, and falls in love with the good vibes and energy generated by this dance, and he gets fascinated by the ability of improvisation and expression offered by the dance. From then he has continued learning and training  in areas such as musicality, style, connection and changing role. According to him, one of the main ingredients of lindy hop is that people have fun and enjoy each dance.

Nil Mujal

Swing - Lindy Hop, Back to basic Teacher -

Nil Mujal finished the superior grade of Jazz Music in Barcelona in 2014. His first contact with the Lindy Hop was in a show at the Palau de la Música, where he participated as a saxophonist. There he met Jana Grulichová who introduced him to the dance world.

Pep Espígol

Swing - Lindy Hop Teacher -

Emi Garrote and Pep Espìgol started dancing Lindy Hop back in 1999. They received dancing education in Barcelona and different workshops in Europe. For more than seven years the were teachers at the Balliball School (Barcelona) and participated in the organization of the Barswingona International Event.

Co-founders of the Jazz Cats troupe from Barcelona, they danced and coreographed with it from its start until its dissolution. During its five years of activity, they performed in important scenarios like l'Auditori, the Palau de la Música, and the Cap Roig Jazz Festival. They also shared stage with musicians and dancers like: La Locomotora Negra, Swing Set, La Vella Dixieland, Barcelona Jazz Orchestra, Ignasi Terraza, Guillem Alonso (tap dance), Laia Molins (tap dance) and Roser Font (tap dance), among others.

Since 2003 they teach at european level: Sweden (Herräng Dance Camp 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011), Swingin' Spring in Gothemburg 2007,  Russia (Moscow Xmas Camp 2009, 2010, 2011), Goodnight Sweetheart Londres (2005, 2011), Workshop “SäntisHop" Switzerland (2014, 2016), judges in the European Swing Dance Championchips 2011, 2012, France (París, Lille, Toulouse, Montpellier, Grenoble, Aspet), Switzerland (Bern), Italy (Swing Crash Festival, Como 2010), Grenoble Swing Festival 2006, Summer Camp Studio Hop (2008, 2016), Leapin’ Lindy in Bern (Switzerland) 2006,  Festival Jazz Terrassa (2017, 2016, 2015, 2012, 2011, 2010), Andorra (Swing in Andorrain’), Catalonia (Sitges Swing, Lloret), Spain (Madrid, San Sebastian, Vitoria, Castelló),  Swim Out Costa Brava 2014, 2015, ZaraSwing Festival in Zaragoza 2017, 2016 y 2015, etc.

They have performed in the Gamper Trophy in Camp Nou (2012), in Gala FAO Tv1 "Mira quien Baila" 2005, in Barcelona Dance Festival Barcelona 2009, in Barcelona International Jazz Festival 2008, in TV3 Show “La Sonora” 2012. They have also held performances in the Palau de la Música with La Locomotora Negra, in the 47 VOLL-DAMM FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE JAZZ DE BARCELONA 2015, and in the Auditori de Barcelona with La Locomotora Negra ”XIII CONCERT PER AL TXAD 2016".

In 2007 they founded their own school "Escola de Swing Pep & Emi", in which they created a team to evolve arstitically and pedagogically until 2012. They also created their Lindy Hop exhibition troupe: the Swing Beats.

From 2008 to 2012 they were organizers and hosts of the Lindy Hop festival: the "Sinera Swing Festival" in Arenys de Mar (Barcelona).

Currently, they are still Lindy Hop teachers in regular courses, and in national and international workshops.

In their classes they strengthen the relationship of the dancers with the music and with their dance partner, with a main goal: having as much fun as the original dancers of Savoy Ballroom!

When they dance, they always have in mind the great legends that inspire them every day: Frankie Manning, Norma Miller, Dawn Hampton, as well as the big interpreters of swing, like Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, and Duke Ellington.

www.pepiemi.com

Ricard Reig

Swing - Lindy Hop Teacher -

He has always been passionate about sport and music, and now he is also passionate about the dance and movement in general. In 2006 he began to receive tango lessons, which made ​​him discover that it's possible interpret music with a dance partner. This also sparked the desire to discover new ways to feel and perform to kinds of music with different dances, including Swing. Among the dances that most draw his attention are Charleston and Lindy Hop, which has led him to participate in workshops and festivalsto learn  and dance with people around the world. He also has been part of different groups and has performed with different swing schools in Barcelona.

Tomás Herrero Jiménez

Tomás is passionate about music, for which he has developed a very special sensitivity that characterizes him and that infects you when you meet him. He grew up listening to the classics with his mother, Louis Armstrong with his father and Glenn Miller with his grandfather. His path in music soon began playing the piano and he continued with discovering singing, capoeira and music with African roots. Fascinated by the effect that music produces on people, he is trained in education and psychology, knowledge that is appreciated in his classes. Lindy Hop found him by chance and changed his life: he falls in love with his expressiveness, his atmosphere and even more, if possible, the music he has always liked so much.

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