African Dance Workshop with Pulga Muchochoma

Pulga Muchochoma teaches a fusion of Traditional African Dances and Afro Dance style from Mozambique, Angola, Ghana and South Africa and focuses on combining all those dance styles through Exercise, Fitness and having fun at the same time. There is always room for people who attend his classes to modify his movement in a way that makes sense to them. Also there is always room for freedom. Pulga mostly uses music from Mozambique, Nigeria and Ghana and his classes are open to all levels  and all ages. It’s important that people can feel the connection of being around people through movement.

Pulga Muchochoma was born in Quelimane, Mozambique. His dance career and training began in Quelimane with Montes Namuli Dance Company. In August of 2006 he came to Toronto with the company for the International
AIDS Conference. With Montes Namuli/ Shakespeare Link Canada, he performed in several shows in venues in Toronto and Mozambique . When Montes Namuli returned to Mozambique, Muchochoma stayed in Toronto to study at The School of Toronto Dance Theatre. He currently finished his 11th season working with Toronto Dance Theatre
under Artist Director Christopher House. While his time with TDT he has had the pleasure of working and collaborating with local and International choreographers such as Christopher House, Ame Anderson, Veronica
Tennant, Susie Burpee, Peter Chin, Tawiah Ben McCart, Patricia Beaty, Thomas Hauert, Heidi Strauss, Estelle Clareton, Deborah Dunn, Deborah Hay, Simone Orlando, Josh Beamish, Alban Richard, Jean-Paul Kelly, Alicia
Grant, Jeanine Durning and more. Also with TDT Pulga participated on the 2015 Opening ceremony of the Toronto Pan Am Games with Cirque do Soleil and NBS. He’s also the creator and founder of Pulga Dance since 2015.

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