Salsa Congress

Salsa congress is a term first used in 1997 to describe a salsa festival that met some of the characteristics of a professional congress, a conference for specialists or researchers to present and discuss their work. Since then, they have become popular in almost every country.

Read more about Salsa Congress:  Introduction, Puerto Rico Salsa Congress, Congreso Mundial De La Salsa, West Coast Salsa Congress, Salsa Congresses in Europe

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Salsa Congresses in Europe
... There is not much information about the early days of salsa congresses in Europe ... In 2001, Paris (France) and Murcia (Spain) salsa congresses took place for the first time ... In 2002, many of the most successful and relevant salsa congresses in Europe were started the UK Congress, salsorro, Simposium de la salsa (Madrid), Rome, Hamburg, Switzerland Salsa Congress at Zurich ...
Ashlé Dawson - Career - Dance Festival
... 10th Annual New York International Salsa Congress Las Vegas Salsa Congress Los Angeles Salsa Congress Dubai International Dance Festival 2009 ... Festival De Mundial Salsa 2007 Cali, Colombia ... Stomp The Yard Premiere Festival 1st Cyprus Salsa Festival Acapulco Salsa Congress Switzerland SalsaFest The Carnival Choreographer’s Ball (Los Angeles) The Carnival Choreographer’s Ball (New ...
Salsorro
... Salsorro is the name of a salsa congress in northwest Spain, and the name of a European salsa website ... is considered one of the most important in Europe, among others such as the Switzerland Salsa Congress in Zurich, the Hamburg Salsa Congress, Murcia Baila or the Simposium de ... Salsorro is also the name of a Spanish salsa website created in August 2001 by Diego Berea and Alfonso Noya to promote the salsa scene in Spain and Portugal ...

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