The most recognized School
in Turin since 1948
Kizomba is a slow and sensual dance, with influences and similarities to Argentine tango and Caribbean dances (such as Bachata, Merengue, and Plena). It originates from Angola and is influenced by Brazilian, Caribbean, and African music in general. In the Angolan language, the term Kizomba means music for parties. In recent years, young artists have modernized this music with evident influences of R&B, Soul, and Hip Hop, while still preserving its fundamental characteristics.
We offer collective and individual courses for all ages, at various levels, from beginners to more experienced dancers. In Kizomba, just like in our other courses, it is not mandatory to have a partner; you can also enroll as a single dancer. We ensure equal representation in enrollments between men and women.
Monothematic courses are mostly bi-monthly, with a minimum frequency of one day per week.
The methodology adopted, thanks to years of experience handed down by the founder of the school, M.° Glauco Sampaoli, unique in Italy, is aimed at refining the style and elegance of movements, allowing students to stand out with a style that has identified the school in Turin for over 65 years, with the motto “we don’t just teach you the steps, we give you style.” The preparation and patience of the teachers guarantee results for everyone, even those who do not feel particularly talented.
Since 1989, the technical direction has been entrusted to the years of experience of Sergio Sampaoli, dancer and teacher from “Ballando con le stelle,” multiple Italian and world professional champion, presenter at international congresses. He has gathered and passed on the experience of his father, M.° Glauco Sampaoli, who founded the school in 1948. The school, one of the most recognized in Italy, has been operating in Turin for over 65 years and allows anyone to approach dance, from beginners to the highest levels.
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To easily find the school, from the monument on Corso Vittorio Emanuele, looking towards Porta Nuova, the first street on the right is Via Via Andrea Gastaldi; we are located near the corner with Corso Vittorio Emanuele.
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