Instructors
Dominik Ciborowski
Dominik is a full-of-energy, crazy dancer who cannot stop moving his body even off the dancefloor. He is a certified dance instructor who while dancing combines different styles (salsa LA, sensual & fusion bachata, hip-hop and many more!). He loves body isolations which takes his leading, dance steps and musicality to the next level. His dancing journey started as a child from Hip Hop and Urban Dance and in 2013, he took his first Salsa LA classes. Dominik is a regular participant in many international festivals. Both Kasia and Dominik constantly develop their dancing by taking classes with e.g. Luis & Johnny Vazquez, Erica Spirito, and Cornel & Rithika.
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Jorge Richards
Musician and dance instructor originally from Panama. Jorge started dancing salsa very young at the age of 11, since this is very common part of the latin american culture. Tango came into his life at the age of 22 and became instantly addicted to it. At age 26 he was already teaching tango in different places and traveling the world to learn more and dance in international events. On 2016 Jorge moves to Denmark to study a masters in DTU and then started teaching Argenine tango as a member of DTU Dancing. He is well known for using unconventional methods of teaching that are aimed at a more holistic understanding of dance as a language between bodies rather than teaching sequences of steps and figures. In the DTU Tango class you can expected the unconventional and be sure that you will have fun and learn a lot about dancing, tango, and your own body, mind and emotions in every session.
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Katarzyna Mucha
Kasia is an ambitious dancer and certified dance instructor that believes in conscious following, technique and expressing yourself in the dance. That combined with her positive energy creates a dancing attitude that rocks the floor! She focuses on technique and comfort to underline natural femininity for every woman. Kasia believes in building a strong dance community. As a child, she trained ballroom dancing. Dynamic Salsa LA and salsa romantica stole her heart in 2013, and bachata in 2014. Today, she plays with mixing fundamentals, female styling and improvisation. Kasia was a part of Karel Flores Team DK that performed on El Sol Salsa Festival 2019.
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Konrad Stanek

Konrad made his very first steps in Salsa in 2006... guess where!... at DTU Dancing! During his Erasmus exchange, here is where his adventure and dance passion started.

Ever since he has been inspired and addicted to latin rhythms and dance, and started to travel to dozens of international festivals and workshop to seek for inspirations, to learn from best instructors and to expand his dance horizons. He started to teach regular classes back in 2008 (Cuban Salsa and Son) and since 2013 he has been a pioneer of Bachata Sensual and Bachata Fusion in Denmark. He is currently teaching Salsa at DTU Dancing and Bachata courses in Copenhagen Salsa Academy. Apart from regular classes he has performed on various international stages (Denmark, Spain, UK, Sweden, Greece), and contributed workshops to hundreds of events in Denmark and Sweden.

He highly values musical and cultural richness of Salsa and Bachata dance, absorbing new trends while respecting their traditional roots. Over years he developed range of teaching techniques and exercises that will boost your dancing skill and make you enjoy the process of learning!


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Libor Zverina
New friendships, people, community, nice energy, pure happiness, lots of fun and smile - these are things Libor value very much in swing dancing and that is also what you should be looking for in the class. "Lindy hop creates connection to your own body, it is communication with your partner and it is a way you can express the music", Libor says. He never stops exploring these aspects of dancing, which create the base in his teaching. During the class, new material is broken down into simple parts and explained to a great technical detail. A strong emphasis is put on practice. "It''''s social, it''''s physical, it''''s fun", he concludes about swing dancing.
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Maria Mikolajczak
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Marina Cholakova
Born on the Balkans, Marina has been raised with the tradition of Bulgarian folklore music and dance. She has developed a sense for rhythm, which she later used in the traditional horo dances and jazz ballet classes at school. It was only when moving to Copenhagen, that she encountered Argentinian tango. She joined the first DTU Argentinian workshop in 2014 and has been enchanted by the music and the dance ever since. After a few years, learning from some of the best tango teachers and schools in Copenhagen, she is now part of the friendly Copenhagen tango environment as a volunteer at Camilonga and is helping out the tango beginners at DTU with a few tips about the dance.
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Patricia Nørgaard-Madsen
Patricia is 23 years old, studies environmental sciences at DTU, and have danced since she was 4 years old. When she was younger she danced disco, hiphop and jitterbug at competition level, but today she enjoys hiphop and especially dancehall on a relaxed level just for fun! She has taught younger children for 5 years before and are new to teaching peers, but she is super thrilled to be teaching.
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Sankhya Mohanty
Beauty and harmony governed by eternal cycles of change" - a deep-rooted philosophical paradigm that draws Sankhya to salsa cubana, particularly the Rueda. He has spent the last 7 years travelling to over 25 festivals and dancing in more than 13 countries, trying to sneak a peek into the rich world hidden behind the loud music and flashy costumes that people see on the TV/youtube videos as Salsa. His insights and observations reflect themselves in his classes, as he attempts to not only introduce the complex hand-feet coordinations to future salser@s but also take them on a journey through the evolution of the dance and the music. In the classes, he insists on a focus on details and techniques, though rumors abound of a more festy Mexican doppelganger replacing him often in the DTU B208 basement on salsa evenings.
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Silvia Saldana Cercos
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Steeven Spangsdorf
I have been practising ballroom dancing competitively for 12 years, starting at the age of 14. Ballroom caught me with its adaptability in music, style, feeling and atmosphere. In my view the strength of ballroom lies in the variety of its dances. It challenges the dancer to quick adaptation from elegance and slow flows to feisty romance and temper. I very much enjoy the interplay between technique and expression all while making the dance look and feel seamless and fluent.
Steeven graduated in 2017 with an MSc in materials engineering from DTU and was a part of DTU Dancing for several years during his studies. He has since been conducting a few workshops, also in DTU Dancing, and might visit dance floors around Copenhagen on a Saturday night.
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