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AMICALE OFFICE

President: Denis HUBER

Co-President: Stanislas FROSSARD

Vice-President: TSETSEKOU Eleni

Treasurer: Catherine GUERRERO

Executive Secretary: Olga BALTAG

Elected Members: Keltoum BELAID, Alla HEITZ, Olga KOSTENKO,  Valentyna KRYVENKOVA, Sophie KURT, Ivi-Triin ODRATS, Bridget O'LOUGHLIN, Marie-Rose PREVOST, Sabine SABBAGH.

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PALAIS - Office 99
+33(0)3 90 21 54 95 
amicale@coe.int

OPENING HOURS
Monday to Friday :
- 9:00 am to 12:30 am
- 14h00 to 17h00 pm

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Caribbean dances

The Caribbean dance section workshops provide an introduction to traditional and modern West Indian dances, for all levels. They combine fitness, cardio-training and anti-stress benefits, while offering you a chance to enjoy yourself, listen to Caribbean rhythms and learn more about Caribbean culture. The sessions include a gradual warm-up, followed by short choreographies inspired by different dances from the West Indies: gwo ka from Guadeloupe, Bèlè from Martinique, biguine, mazurka, zouk, kuduro.

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Caribbean dance resuming on 26 January !

Caribbean dance resuming on 26 January !

Calendar from 26/01/2023 to 26/01/2023

The Caribbean dance section workshops provide an introduction to traditional and modern West Indian dances, for all levels. Please come an join us!

Both traditional and modern West Indian music will help you to unwind while at the same time having fun and learning a little about Caribbean culture.

The sessions include a gradual and invigorating warm-up, followed by short choreographies inspired by different dances from the West Indies: gwo ka from Guadeloupe, Bèlè from Martinique, biguine, ... Read more »

Caribbean dance workshops resuming! Free taster workshop !

Caribbean dance workshops resuming! Free taster workshop !

Calendar from 07/10/2023 to 07/10/2023

The Caribbean dance section workshops provide an introduction to traditional and modern West Indian dances, for all levels.

Both traditional and modern West Indian music will help you to unwind while at the same time having fun and learning a little about Caribbean culture.

The sessions include a gradual and invigorating warm-up, followed by short choreographies inspired by different dances from the West Indies: gwo ka from Guadeloupe, Bèlè from Martinique, biguine, mazurka, zouk, kuduro.

Come ... Read more »