Animations/Workshops

Ataare Da Costa works on promoting the Afro-Brazilian culture through live performances.

Shows:

  • Capoeira
  • Maculélé
  • Samba de Roda
  • Samba
  • Afro-Latin dances and drums

Capoeira

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Capoeira is composed of wrestling, dancing and acrobatic moves. Its musical background distinguishes it of others martial arts. With various rhythms, traditional and modern, it gathers several choreographies of Antic Capoeira. Capoeira is a philosophical art, a discipline for all / all. Alone or in groups (classes for beginners and advanced)

Maculélé

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It is a kind of dance, festive-looking, dynamic and happy, relating dramatic tribal stories.

Maculélé is a choreography made of struggles between people holding wooden sticks or machetes, moving on the rhythm of the atabaques (drums). Maculelê is a dance characterized by theatrical dramatization. Practiced in a group. (courses for beginners and advanced)

Samba de Roda

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It’s a traditional and festive event: people in a circle dancing on the rhythm of Afro-Brazilian drums. A woman dressed traditionally, holds the leading-role and is accompanied by men. That lively dance mixes joy and seduction. The Samba de Roda is a simple and easily communicable dance by his joy and natural wealth (classes for beginner and advanced)

Samba

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Samba is a rhythmic dance. Its musical accompaniment expresses animation, excitation and joy. The name comes from the African word « Semba ». The available shows of Samba give a taste of Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Bahia’s carnivals. During the show, dancers are wearing traditional Brazilian colourful and festive costumes

Afro-Latin Music and Drums

Is performed by a group of musicians influenced by the wealth of different rhythms from South America and Africa.

Various styles: Bossa Nova, Samba, Reggae, Forro, Salsa, Merengue, Rumba etc…

Several possibilities for Capoeira Auvergne Enfferent shows, adapted to the needs and expectations of each and everyone. Shows are performed in colourful costumes, accompanied by Samba dancers and drummers.

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