Miguel Monteiro & Susana
I was Born in poor neighbourhood in Lisbon, Portugal, I started dancing Afro-Brazilian Dances at the age of 17. Kizomba came in to my life in a early age because of all the angolan cultural influences that was around me in my youth.
I learned to dance in the street with my angolan friends but I have as a reference the Mestre Petchu, because of all he represents, not only as a dancer but also as someone who cares about how the angolan culture is passed on.
In 2008 I met Susana Amado and we started teaching Kizomba and Semba.
Today we teach workshops arround Europe and is our goal to give people our prespective of Kizomba and Semba.