The band Forró de KA has been livening dance floors across Europe with its distinguishable sound for the past five years; enough time to allow the ensemble’ passion for music to unmistakably bind its name to the fusion of different rhythms and languages.
In 1999 Zezinho started his forró project on the sidewalk and in this project he met Piaba, Japinha and Berinjela, was when the idea came to form a band that did not yet had a name. They received an invitation from a Santo André production company for the first presentation at a large concert hall, and for the disclosure they would need a name and had the great idea: “Os 4 Mensageiros“.
Antonio Barbosa do Nascimento, born in Belém – PA on 11/01/1960, known artistically as Mestre Marrom, began his career at the age of 12, singing to the side of Joca do Acordeon and Zé da Ema, two exponents of Northeastern culture.
The oldest DJ in activity in Rio de Janeiro and one of the most renowned in the country for “Forró Universitário“ or “Forró Pé de Serra“ circuit, Xeleléu has been working since 1999 to disseminate and enhance the northeastern culture.
The Forró de Domingo Festival is known to have the most fascinating forró teachers and focuses on delivering top quality classes. In 4 days you will have the unique opportunity to learn new moves and to develop your dance techniques with the world’s greatest forró teachers.
There is a total of 15 teaching spots, 4 is attributed to teachers coming from Brazil and 11 to teachers from Europe, Russia, Japan or anywhere else.