Pablo Guerreiro is a Rio de Janeiro-based performer, teacher and choreographer. SambaViva welcomes Pablo to Boston for two special workshops! Don’t miss this opportunity!
Date: Sunday, June 4, 2023
Time: 2:30 – 4:00 PM (Samba); 4:30 – 6:00 PM (Afro-Brazilian / Roots)
Place: Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center, 41 Second Street, East Cambridge (Street parking is free on Sundays!)
Fee: $30 / workshop or $50 for both (fees go to cover Pablo’s travel and accommodation)
Learn more about small group and private lessons: https://chat.whatsapp.com/EaulP4QjI6wI0M3s3gOb4k
Born and raised in Porto Alegre, he began his artistic career at age 12 at the Afro-sul Odomodê music and dance group. This development led Pablo to the Porto Alegre Carnival, where he won two gold banners as a passista in 2006 and 2007. He was invited to Rio de Janeiro to the Mestre da Sala and Porta Bandeira School. Here he was awarded with the Personalidades do Samba trophy.
Today, Pablo seeks to further develop his talent and knowledge in Rio de Janeiro. As a teacher at the Jaime Arôxa School of Dance and Cultural Center, Phe taught samba no pé and ballroom dancing, as well as danced for the Jaime Arôxa Dance Company. Pablo was a teacher at the Mastre de Sala and Porta Bandeira School where he acquired extensive knowledge of the Carioca samba world.
Pablo is currently Artistic Director and Choreography for Cubango Samba School.