Chloe Robinson

Chloe RobinsonChloe began dancing Salsa at 15 and quickly became a leader and teacher to younger students in after school classes. In these early years she was selected to represent Nelson and New Zealand at various national and Australian events both in teams and as a solo dancer.

Since moving to Wellington in 2009 she began training and performing with the performance team Salsacalafragalistic founded by Jacob Rosevear and teaching for the well known local school, Salsa Magic – Latin Dance School.

In 2012 she co-created the performance team The Clave Collective with Jacob Rosevear which grew to more than 30 members. The team forged a proud reputation of the highest standards on and off the dance floor. It’s members went on to perform and compete around the world winning numerous Salsa and other Latin dance titles.

As Chloe’s passion for Salsa and street Latin dance grew, so did her hunger for knowledge and dance training. She has proudly worked personally with many Latin international artists in training and choreography including Serena Cuevas (USA), Elli Torres & Carlos Galliano (AUS), Gaby Equiz (MEX), Serigo Jasso (MEX) Mariano Nerris (USA), Sharon Parkir (AUS) and Greydis Montero Liranza (CUBA & NZ). After performing at the Los Angeles Latin Festival in 2016 she moved to Italy to study Salsa and other Latin styles full time with professionals including Fernando Sosa, Tatiana Bogurno, Adolfo Indacochea, Tania Canarsa and Jhesus Aponte among others.

Chloe is currently residing in Hamburg Germany but continues to train as a solo dancer for competition and performance, she is also dancing with Mambo Magic, Adolfo Indacochea’s student team. She continues to work with Salsa Magic in Wellington choreographing routines and working with the teaching team over video.

2018 Classes
14:15 – 15:15 Cha Cha Shines Intermediate: Having fun with cha cha cha

11:45 – 12:45 Ladies styling on1 Intermediate: body movement and footwork
14:15 – 15:15 Pachanga Beginner level: Pachanga movement and footwork
16:45 – 17:45 Ladies styling Int on2: body movement and footwork

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