Salsa Fever on the Isle of Wight
|Dates:||09/03/2012 to 11/03/2012|
149.00 GBPper person
- Your holiday - at a glance
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- Accommodation & meals
- When you get there
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Your classesClasses and workshops
Your Salsa Fever Salsa course will be no less than 6 hours long: a minimum of 2 hours a day over 3 days. All tuition and nightly social events will take place in the hotel.
Dance Levels: Our UK Salsa weekends cater for complete beginners to Salsa as well as those with a few lessons under their belt, known as "Improvers".
There will be a level decider on the first day to ensure that you are in the group most appropriate to your ability and experience.
Salsa Fever's Rohan Brown and his team will be your hosts on this Isle of Wight Salsa weekend. Accompanying Rohan will be Tony Ridges of Candente Salsa and Carol Hoey of Salsa Siempre.
Rohan's diverse pre-salsa career has taken him around the world, in areas including Pro basketball, Semi Pro athletetics, Politics, and International Development work with NGO's including the United Nations, VSO and Choice Programmes. His salsa career began whilst stationed in Puerto Rico nearly six years ago and continued when he returned to his then home town of Washinghton DC, at Havana Village. He soon he returned to England where he followed this interest in salsa.
Rohan learned from the best, including Nelson Baptista, Robert Charlamagne, Leon Rose and Maverick Logan. His style of dance and teaching focuses on Jazz, Natual Body Motion, Cuban, LA and Classic Mambo On 2. His performance and choreograpy debut was with the SalsaKing dancers at the UK's first Salsa Congress in London. His profile continuted to rise and he taught in countries including South Africa, Malta, Germany, Norway and the United States.
After sustaining an injury to his neck a few years ago Rohan changed direction from peforming to promoting, teaching, DJing and more recently, compering. A true all-rounder, Rohan brings an extra special Salsa Fever to our UK weekend break.