Sol Doux

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Nick Sol Doux (Dances of the world)
Género Dance instructor, Choreographer.
Sitio web oficial www.beyonce.com

Sol Doux is an international dancer, choreographer and dance teacher.

She was born in Colombia where she learned to dance in her very early days. She represented her country in numerous dance festivals throughout the world and performed in Europe, Northern Africa, and Indonesia with Latin Dances, Latin American Folklore, and Oriental Dances.

After living and teaching dance in Paris, Buenos Aires, and Mexico City, she moved to the Bay Area in 2010 and created the first dance curriculum at the International School of the Peninsula in Palo Alto. She is the choreographer of the Colombian Community at the San Francisco Carnaval and a member of the folklore company “Tambores de Colombia”.

Recently, she opened her own studio “Dances of the world Academy”, offering a special concept of dance, capturing every culture's soul and guiding students with her creativity and passion. This technique makes them experience movements and emotions from Latin America to the Middle East.

Sol Doux is an international dancer, choreographer and dance teacher.

She was born in Colombia where she learned to dance in her very early days. She represented her country in numerous dance festivals throughout the world and performed in Europe, Northern Africa, and Indonesia with Latin Dances, Latin American Folklore, and Oriental Dances.

After living and teaching dance in Paris, Buenos Aires, and Mexico City, she moved to the Bay Area in 2010 and created the first dance curriculum at the International School of the Peninsula in Palo Alto. She is the choreographer of the Colombian Community at the San Francisco Carnaval and a member of the folklore company “Tambores de Colombia”.

Recently, she opened her own studio “Dances of the world Academy”, offering a special concept of dance, capturing every culture's soul and guiding students with her creativity and passion. This technique makes them experience movements and emotions from Latin America to the Middle East.

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