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How the name Kizomba Evolution came about.
Over the years, Kizomba has undergone a true evolution, developing a whole new genre called URBAN-KIZ.
Not only the dance style and the music, but also the dancers and teachers have contributed to this evolution. Many teachers have developed their own unique style.
All these changes have led to the emergence of this new dance style and also the name Kizomba Evolution.
Troughout the years the teachers at Kizomba Evolution have specialized them selfs in the Urban Kiz techniques and foundation. Urban Kiz is the modern style Kizomba, and the most danced and most populair style in the world.
Kizomba Evolution has its own style which is described as innovative, creative, dynamic and fun.
The focus drive and creativity helps the teachers to constantly develop and improve their technics, skills and style.
During the lessons, the teachers try to convey their passion and creativity for Kizomba: the game of leading and following with an unmistakable connection between partners to their students.
The name Urban-Kiz was created by some of the best Kizomba and Urban-Kiz dancers and teachers, such as: Eddy Vent, Moun, Enah Lebon and Curtis Seldon, to mark the separation between the circular dance "Kizomba" (known to many as traditional Kizomba) and the linear dance "Urban-Kiz" (also known as the French, New or Fusion Kizomba style) URBAN: because of the type of music people dance to. KIZ: Because it evolved from Kizomba.
Because our teachers know the best way to becoming a better dancer starts at the bottom, they teach students the right way of dancing in the beginning that way they will have less problems dancing when they get to an higher level, so students will have more fun and enjoy it longer.
Kizomba Evolution also started organizing Events in 2015.
Today Donnovan as the organizer of Kizomba Evolution created and started the concepts for 2 of the most populair and best Kizomba social dance parties during the week, and was the inspiration of many more in the Netherlands.