The subculture dates back to the 1960's and borrows a combination of different ethinic principles and steps from different tribes of Southern Africa. isiPantsula is known for its fast, rythmical and intriquate footwork. From the beginning the dancers where accompanied by whistles only but as the electronic music industry grew in South Africa the dancers of isiPantsula started dancing to House music. Today you can find isiPantsula being danced to House, Amapiano and iGqom.
Bio Sibusiso, Gugulethu, David (ZA)
Hailing from the dusty street of Orange farm, South Africa, Sibusiso,David and Gugulethu are not only dancers, teachers and choreographers but they are avid lovers of Pantsula culture. They are passionate about mentoring the up and coming youth of South Africa as well as travelling abroad to share the knowledge, history,music and culture of Pantsula .
Level: Open level but we recommend previous dance experience.
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