GABRIEL SILVA/camila delphim
Gabriel Silva began in the dance at the age of 9 with Mestre Rachel Mesquita in the Company of Dance Pés Cariocas and at the age of 15 he joined the Álvaro Reys Dance Academy and Álvaro's Dance Company, where he improved and became in both companies made several presentations. Participated in the National Congress of Salon Dance at the Hotel Gloria (Rio de Janeiro) and won the dance competition, promoted by the same, 2 consecutive years (2006 and 2007) - junior category. At the end of 2007 he did his first work abroad, in Prague, (Czech Republic), where he lived for 3 years developing a work in front of Companhia Brasil Show. During this period he performed in Austria, Poland, Slovakia and England. Later he traveled to Paris (France) where he taught Samba and Zouk classes for five months. He paraded at the 2011 Carnival in Rio de Janeiro in the Choreographed Gafieira ward of the São Clemente Samba School. He also paraded in the allegorical car of the shoemakers of the Escola Académicos do Salgueiro. In 2012 he participated in the Front Committee of the Inocentes Samba School of Belford Roxo who was the Champion of the access group. In the same year he taught samba and zouk classes in Switzerland in Nyon at the event called SambaFest. In 2013, he participated in the front committee of the Innocent Samba School of Belford Roxo in the special group. Participated in the front committee of the São Clemente Samba School in 2014 in the special group. She has been present in several television programs of Rede Globo as Innocent People, Xuxa Park, Criança Esperança, Virada Show, Encontro com Fátima Bernardes and SBT's "Se Ela Dança I Danço" Program. He currently teaches Samba de Gafieira courses in Europe and develops samba work in Lisbon.
Camila Delphim is a professional dancer of contemporary dance and ballroom dancing. Formed a dance teacher by choreographer and dancer Jaime Arôxa, she has 19 years of experience in the art of dancing together. She was one of Jaime Arôxa's partners and a member of his Cia de Dança. She lived for 5 months in Macau, China, where she joined The Company Dance Production. He traveled to countries such as Portugal, Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay and Chile to work as a performer and teach workshops. In 2016, together with her partner Alam Blascovich, she was the Brazilian tango champion and the first Brazilian to reach the final of the World Tango Championship in Buenos Aires. She currently resides in Portugal where she teaches at two dance schools and travels giving workshops. Camila develops a work focused on the well-being of the individual through dance, adding concepts of yoga, meditation, Feminine Sacred, Men Sacred, physical exercise and dance