capoeira

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capoeira

a movement discipline combining martial art and dance, which originated among African slaves in 19th-century Brazil
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Individuals, dance and music groups from both countries fused traditional and contemporary dance genres - clog dancing and capoeira, a Brazilian martial art developed by African slaves in the 16th century.
The circuit is expected to transform into a three-day carnival, where all ticketholders can access a sizzling line-up of entertainment acts ranging from international deejays, aerial theatrical performances, a Brazilian martial arts troupe and performances by international headliners featuring Mariah Carey, Missy Elliott, Daughtry and Adam Lambert in the Padang area.
This year''s theme is health and well being, and organisers plan to offer children''s entertainment, vocal coaching, Capoeira Brazilian Martial Arts, holistic therapies and African massages.
The work is inspired by bestselling novel Lord Of The Flies and blends Brazilian martial arts and contemporary dance.
Known as the Capoeira Sobreviventes, the Brazilian martial arts group combines music, singing and fighting into their repertoire.
Joseph's--slow, formal, and pristinely beautiful--is based on the Brazilian martial arts form capoeira.
The present study looks at a very specific type of diaspora: small entrepreneurs from the Brazilian martial arts sector.
Organisers say you should expect thrilling high-energy street performances including samba drumming, funky street bands as well as quirky street theatre, Brazilian martial arts, live music, family-friendly burlesque, magic shows and surprise flashmobs.
Enjoy free family fun on two carnival stages in The Hayes and Queen Street featuring glamorous carnival costumes, hi-energy dance, samba drumming as well as quirky street theatre, Brazilian martial arts, live music, family-friendly burlesque, magic shows and surprise flashmobs.
CUTLINE: DEFENSIVE DANCE: Mestre Loka, left, a three-time Brazilian champion in capoeira, a 400-year-old Brazilian martial arts dance, performs yesterday in the DCU Center exhibition hall In Worcester.
There will be rapping, Bollywood and Brazilian martial arts.
Berry's Catwoman can claw and pounce but she also practises sophisticated Brazilian martial arts.

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