David Zepeda

Salsa • Body Movement • Partnerwork • Shines • Musicality • Afro

David Zepeda

Salsa • Body Movement • Partnerwork • Shines • Musicality • Afro

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David Zepeda is a professional dancer, specializing in Latin dances.

He is undefeated Six times Salsa On2 World Champion & 2nd place in Bachata at the World Latin Dance Cup and 27 more salsa championships titles.

David is now part of the judging panel in one of the biggest and most important competitions, the World Salsa Summit.

David has been teaching dancing for more than a decade, traveling around the world helping and teaching hundreds of students in more than 30 countries.

His passion for dancing and teaching allows him to share his 20 years of experience in dancing so that all his students can improve their level and accomplish their goals faster.

Born and raised in Puebla (Mexico), David grew up with a love for music and dance. With rhythm flowing in his veins, he chose dance as his profession and committed himself to master as many forms of dance that his feet could handle. Among them are ballet, modern, jazz, Latin rhythms, acrobatics, African rhythms, and hip-hop.

His dance career began when he landed lead roles in Mexico’s finest resorts as a dancer under the direction of renowned choreographers. Then, David discovered salsa. He quickly fell in love with its rich history and passionate expression. While still a major dancer in his country’s resorts, David decided to broaden his experience and lent his skills and expertise to various dance schools. When David stepped into Canada’s “Mambo Productions” Dance School as a guest instructor and choreographer, his career went international.

His unique approach takes movement out of the box and pushes past a conventional dance vocabulary. As a choreographer, he has put his style into musicals and full length shows at resorts and casinos in his native Mexico. His salsa training includes private instruction from renowned salsa coaches such as Billy and Katie, Tito and Tamara, John Narvaez, Jayson Molina, Fernando Sosa, Eddie Torres, Lucho Giraldes, Adolfo Indacochea, Franklin Diaz, Frankie Martinez, Gerardo Ramirez and many more.

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