Mery y Maverick de Aro que Swing Cádiz
Mery and Maverick, both attached to music and dance from an early age and having taken their first steps into urban dances, meet to return to the most deeply rooted origins of street dance, swing Jazz, initiating an intense route to present the culture of this great family.
They started this initiative as monitors of "Aro que swing" giving classes and workshops in different localities: Cádiz, Jerez de la Frontera, Puerto de Santa María, Rota, among others.
They have the cheerful and street character with which this style of dance arose in New Orleans, cradle of Jazz. Although they are currently focusing on the Lindy hop and Charleston of the 20s and 30s.
They usually appear unexpectedly, almost spontaneously, animating squares and streets with their "clandestine" (social dances).
In addition to promoting swing culture and its associated dances, they organize various events and theme parties, encouraging the meeting between dancers and teachers from other schools, as well as the direct relationship with musicians from multiple bands.
They actively participate in festivals and events of different associations and groups of a socio-cultural and/or charitable nature, as well as schools and institutes such as IES La Janda, IES La Barca de la Florida, where they presented the history and evolution of swing and the practice of classical routines of Jazz steps.
They have received training from renowned international swing teachers such as Fredrik Dahlberg and Gabriella Rosati, from the "Harlem Hot Shot" school (Sweden), Nils Andrén and Bianca Locatelli (Sweden and Italy), Sep Vermeerch (Belgium), Lu Salinas and Jose Zarazaga (Buenos Aires).
Dance styles and experience of Mery y Maverick de Aro que Swing Cádiz