Conga – The Dance of the Carnaval

The Conga is the most prominent dance of the Cuban Carnaval. It’s a super vibrant dance, easy to pick up, and have fun with friends while they march on the streets of Cuba. Until today you can participate in the many Carnavals of Cuba and see the masses dancing about like crazy. The most famous of these is the annual Carnaval de Santiago de Cuba.

Who is it for?

Generally speaking, Conga is relatively easy to pick up and no previous experience is needed. But this is not to say some of the movements cannot be done with a little more detail – so this class is for anyone that wants to immerse in Cuban dance culture.

The Teacher

Lynet Rivero

Lynet Rivero

Lynet Rivero Rubin from Havana Cuba. Master in Theoretical Studies of Dance & a Degree in Dance Art. She was a Choreographer, dancer, and artistic director in
Assistant Professor from 2006 to 2018 at the University of the Arts of Cuba. Choreographer, dancer, and artistic director with several theater groups in Cuban and around the world.


Thursday 07/09
Nollendorfstraße 11, 10777 Berlin

Available Discounts

“Bring Your Friends” Discount: If you bring 2 new students – 25% off, 3 new students – 50% off, 5 new students – free of charge. Credit can apply to other La Candela activities.

Student Discount: 20% off. A valid student card should be shown.

Young & Wild: Students (university or high school) under 22 of age can join with a 40% discount. A valid student card should be shown.

Parallel Course: If you take another course with us, you can receive a 30%-40% discount for 4er or 8er classes package.

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This particular class is also working through USC

For any questions, You can contact us through email or via phone at 01763-444-9686