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Ramón Ramos Alayo

Susana Arenas Pedroso

Danis La Mora Perez

Sandy Perez

Michael Spiro

Erick Barbaría


CubaCaribe Presents Cuba Camp Island style 
December 15 - 19, 2006 in Oahu Hawaii

Ramón Ramos Alayo Gathers Top Cuban Talent to Teach the Rhythms, Music and Movement of the Island to Cuban Enthusiasts 

Cuba Camp Hawaii will be four days of workshops, activities and celebration featuring internationally celebrated Cuban dancers and musicians such as Ramón Ramos Alayo, Susana Arenas Pedroso, Danis La Mora Perez, Sandy Perez, Michael Spiro, Erick Barbaría and others. The camp promotes the diverse and rich traditions of the Afro-Caribbean Diaspora, specifically the music and dance rooted throughout Cuba. The camp will share the culture and bring together a diverse population. Simultaneous classes will focus on various Cuban themes, including:Cuban popular dance (mambo, cha cha cha, son), Salsa, Rueda de Casino, Changui, Cabaret, Cuban Modern, Afro-Cuban Folkloric (Congo, Macuta, Palo, Yoruba), Afro-Haitian (Vodu, Gaga), Rumba, and West African. Yoga will be offered each morning. Percussion classes will be in Afro-Haitain, Afro-Yoruba, and Rumba. Song will focus on Afro-Cuban folkloric. 

Night events will feature live performances by Cuban dance instructors and a dance party with a DJ, Cuban movies and outdoor Rumba with live music and dancing. 

The 3rd annual Cuba Camp will take place from Friday December15 to Tuesday December 19th 2006. 

YMCA Camp Erdman located on the North Shore of Oahu Hawaii. This campground is a YMCA Camp Erdman is set on 20 acres between the foothills of the Waianae Mountains and the Ocean shoreline. This site is known for its pristine beaches, mountain trails, dried waterfall bed, and glorious ocean views. 


If payment is received by SEPTEMBER 1: $395 
If payment is received by NOVEMBER 1: $450 
If payment is received after NOVEMBER 1: $500 
AIRFARE NOT INCLUDED, but discounts may be available. Tuition includes 3 meals per day, accommodation, daily dance and percussion classes with teachers from Cuba, extra activities such as hiking and dance parties. Ocean front cabins are limited and we will make available on a first-come first-serve basis. 

To register for this unique opportunity go to and click on Cuba Camp Hawaii December 2006 under 


Download the registration form and email it to us [replace all _AT_ with @] Payment is now available online via Paypal Telephone and e-mail inquiries are also available through the site 

America is a home to many talented and world-renown Cuban artists and the interest in Cuban culture is intensifying. Art is one form that transcends borders and can overlook the political situation between the U.S. and Cuba and aids in the exchange of ideas, people and understanding.By participating in the camp, you can immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and learn from the many talented Cuban dancers and musicians which enjoying the picturesque landscape of the North Shore of Oahu. 

Media Contacts: 
Jamaica Itule Simmons: 415.279.1034 
Gene Horita: 


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