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De’Jon Polanski – New Orleans

De’Jon Polanski is a high energy diverse Afro Latin Dance Instructor/Performer/Artist/Social Dancer from a Dominican Cultural Background originally from New Orleans, Louisiana. He discovered Latin Dance at the age of 15 years old and began to social dance Salsa and Bachata  untrained until later discovering Cuban Master Aurelio Gonzalez where he trained in Cuban Salsa, Rueda de Casino, Folklore and Cuban Son, Orishas y Rumba. He later ventured off into training privately with Raymond Armant of Mambo Orleans to transition into Salsa on1 LA Style and Salsa on2  NY Style. He has also trained with Marisol Blanco de Cuba and Eddie Torres of New York along with an extensive list of instructors. His extensive bachata training starts at home due to his Dominican Background but extends to privately training with Masters such as Jorjet Alcocer (Dominican Bachata),  Alma Latina (Urban/Sensual Bachata), Jay Styles( Sensua Bachata), Korke y Judith, Daniel y Desirree (Sensual Bachata) and many many more.

De’Jon teaches Salsa ON1, Salsa ON2, Cuban Style Salsa, Dominincan Bachata, Urban Bachata, Sensual Bachata, Bachakizomba Fusion (Bachakiz) and Urban Kizomba. He can actively lead and follow in these dance genres as well. De’Jon is known for his unlimited understanding of multiple styles of Bachata! De’Jon’s Passion, Charisma and Love for the art of dance is what seperates him.

De’Jon Polanski Dominican Bachata Footwork Miami Salsa Congress 2017

De’Jon Polanski y Rubia Garcia Bachateando 2017 Bachata Footwork

Reggaeton Lento – De’Jon Polanski & Miss Galiya (bachata rmx)

 

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It started as an idea between friends, bringing a congress to Texas where at the time Texas had no active congress in the entire state. A congress that would showcase Texas Salsa talent, bring awareness of salsa to the community and raise money for scholarships. Together David Melendez and Ruby Rivera worked hard and in January 2004, the Texas Salsa Congress was born.

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