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Video created by Reg Groff of Groff Video

Kizomba Community Interviews: Brian Lévay of Kizomba Maine by Rachel Cassandra, Summer 2015

Jackie at Holiday Party 2015

The Bolero, Holiday Party 2015

Holiday videos created by Reg Groff of Groff Video

Wedding Dance - Kizomba (video)

Learn Kizomba! It is Fun and Easy to Learn! Come and Dance it with us! Kizomba is an evolution of the traditional semba dance of Angola, however, it is evident that kizomba dance, as we know it today, evolved after the vogue of kizomba music. Since the 50’s, Angolan people used to dance semba. This tradition remained unchanged even when the group Kassav from the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe came to perform zouk music in Angola in the 80’s. In the 90’s, when the actual kizomba music got more and more popular, Angolan semba dancers started to adapt their semba steps according to the tempo and flavour of the Kizomba/zouk beats. At the beginning of its development, Angolans were dancing semba at a slower tempo according to the beat of the Kizomba music. Technically speaking, semba danced romantically to Kizomba music is the basis of the Kizomba dance. (Courtesy of Wikipedia)

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