DJs

LET'S welcome them warmly in GRAZ!!

 

DJ Tulimar  (London, GB)

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Originally from Venezuela, DJ Tuli is now London-based and has been spinning Salsa, Mambo, Cuaguancó, Cha-Cha, Bachata and other Latin sounds nationally and internationally for many years. She has been working for some of the best salsa organizers in the UK (Mambocity 5 Star, Scottish Salsa Congress, etc.) and abroad at renowned festivals, like Berlin Salsa Congress, Prague Salsa Marathon, Mzansi Cape Town Festival – South Africa, Salsa Beach Splash and Salsa Istriana – Croatia, etc. She is also co-hosting the popular radio show called “The Latin Explosion” broadcasted live from the Colourful Radio studios at the Africa Centre – London and running up for "Best Tropical DJ" at the Lukas Awards 2018.

Tuli started listening and dancing to Salsa music from an early age, a passion which grew even stronger after coming to the UK, where she was performing regularly with Mambo-Llifestyle Dance Company. As a DJ she is really popular now and became well accomplished due to the fact that she is able to read the dancers’ mood effectively and is also committed to continuously update her music knowledge. We are so happy to have her with us!

 

DJ WILLY the VIPER (Paris) 

DJWillyViper1.jpgDJ Willy the Viper has turned into a master at the turntables since his 1997 gig at the Montecristo Café in Paris. He has been spinning for the hottest clubs in Paris, like  Barrio Latino, Balajo, The Djoon Club, O'Sullivans and Les Etoiles since. Willy also sets the beat for several other parties and congresses in France, Europe and around the world. 
He is a founding member of the Parisian Salsa Collective Papas DJs and became later on a member of the Dance Angels team. Willy the Viper is always following and extending his musical path of sharing good vibes like a beloved renagade.
Music wise, despite the fact that he is regularly booked to international events dedicated to 'on-line dancers' or crossbody styles, Willy enjoys spinning all types of music for the dancers. From Mambo, Cha-Cha, Guaguanco, Son Montuno, Salsa Clasica/Dura/Romantica to Cuban - or due to his Caribbean background - Bachata, Zouk, Kompa and Kizomba/Semba, the whole choice depends on the crowd and its taste. 'There are more bad DJs making the wrong choices than bad music' is one of his guidelines.

 

DJ Lindo (Graz, Austria)

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