Montage Events

Saturday, April 4th
1.00pm – 3.00pm : Beginners Part 1
3.00pm – 3.30pm : Break/Practise
3.30pm – 5.30pm : Beginners Part 2
5.30pm – 6.00pm : Break/Practise
Sunday, April 5th
1.00pm – 3.00pm : Intermediate Part 1
3.00pm – 3.30pm : Break/Practise
3.30pm – 5.30pm : Intermediate Part 2
5.30pm – 6.00pm : Break/Practise
S & A Standard Latin (1500 sqft)
Block 261, #03-29 Waterloo Street, Singapore 180261
Beginners Part 1 & 2
– Understanding the Kizomba rhythm
– Basic body movement
– Basic steps in different variations
– Creating connection with your partner in the basic position
– Lead and follow techniques
– Basic Saida variations
– Saida with Cha Cha (Ladies’ Saida, Ladies’ Saida with Cha Cha, Men’s Saida)
– Body movement and connection with a partner
– Basic combination to music
Intermediate Part 1 & 2
– Leading techniques on turns and pivots
– Tarraxinha variations
– Intermediate partnerwork combo
– Musicality
– Footwork and leg flicks
– Styling in partnerwork
– Figure combinations
Beginners Bootcamp (Part 1 & 2) – $90
Intermediate Bootcamp (Part 1 & 2) – $120
Full Bootcamp Pass – $200 including practise sessions (total 10 hours)
1) Register with a partner (we will rotate partners in class). Email your names, contact numbers and workshop(s) you wish to attend to Participants who register without a partner will be put on waiting list until a partner is found.
2) Make payment online to Montage Events Pte. Ltd.
DBS Current Account 011-905127-2
3) Send us an email with a screenshot or reference number of the bank transfer to confirm your space.
4) A confirmation email will be sent to you upon receipt of payment. Present the email (on your phone or printed) on the day of the workshop for entry.
**Register now as spaces are limited! Maximum 15 couples only. We want to keep the group small to maximise your learning experience!
Lorenz Bauer (Germany)
Lorenz took his first steps in dancing salsa and bachata 7 years ago. He has since worked his way up to being a highly respected instructor who is passionate about his work. He currently conducts weekly classes at Salsa Company Stuttgart, the largest dance school in Stuttgart. He is highly sought after for his effective teaching methods and enjoyable lead on the social dance floor. In 2011, Lorenz broadened his dance repertory to include Kizomba. He was quickly drawn to the music and style of this captivating dance genre, and started travelling to many Kizomba congresses to learn from the top dancers in the field, including Kwenda Lima, Albir Rojas, Sara Lopez, Felicien and Isabela, just to name a few! He has also started teaching Kizomba locally and abroad, including a Kizomba bootcamp at Stuttgart Kizomba Festival. His deep passion for teaching has acquired a great deal of student-followers in his classes.
Brenda Liew (Singapore)
Brenda is one of the top female salsa dancers in Asia, having danced for 11 years and taught professionally for 5. One of the few fully paid artistes in Asia, Brenda is highly sought after to teach and perform abroad. She captivates audiences with her incredible spins, body movement, and flamboyant style, making her one of the most exciting dancers to watch, both on stage and on the social dance floor. She is also the youngest champion of the Australian Salsa Solo Competition in 2012, who competed against more than 20 international dancers. As an instructor, Brenda strongly believes in great technique and connection. She is currently travelling and winning the hearts of many around the world with her latest ladies shines choreography. Brenda has taken many Kizomba private lessons and workshops in Europe with the aim of sharing this beautiful dance with everyone back home.


Kizomba Dance Video

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