Minimum of 10 years experience in Brazilian Zouk, education and work consistency.
- Being a Brazilian Zouk representative not only at Zouk events, but also, at events from other dances styles (Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, WCS, etc…).
- Being an influential public figure in the market, appearance, behaviour and manners are always observed.
How demanded and sought after in the market the person is. They are invited to the events, get paid and have all their expenses covered by the organizers.
It doesn’t apply to the fact of only being a great leader and/or follower. It applies to the knowledge in the deep techniques and concepts of Brazilian Zouk. Hours of classes attended during their formation.
- It doesn’t apply to improvised shows built a few minutes before the performance time and without professional costumes.
- The classes are well balanced with theory, technique, exercises and practice time.
How active in the international market the person is and the level (relevance) of events (congresses, festivals, workshops, etc…) the person is invited to teach and/or perform.
Being source of inspiration for others on an international level to dance Brazilian Zouk.
The final decision for one to join the Master’s Team is always made by the BZDC Border of Director, and they can grant it immediately after voting for the acceptance of the new Master. They can also postpone it, even if one is attending all the requirements above until they believe that the appropriated time to grant it has arrived.
- Renata Peçanha
- Alex de Carvalho
- Jaime Aroxa
- Gilson Damasco
- Philip Miha
- Larissa Thayane
- Kadu Pires
- Freddy Marinho
- Rafael Oliveira
- Rodrigo Delano
- Jorge Peres
- Carlos da Silva
- William Teixeira
- Andressa Castelhano
- Leonardo Neves
- Layssa Liebscher