Who We Are
Samba Colorado is a grassroots Brazilian Dance and Drum School, Company, and Arts Organization ignited by the thrill and passion of Brazilian music and dance. The organization is devoted to fostering and educating our community through Samba and African Brazilian dance tradition, music, storytelling, and arts education while improving individual life enrichment through a positively conscious, inclusive, and diverse environment.
We welcome everyone, regardless of age, gender identity, ability, disability, race, body type, religion, culture, or ethnicity. No matter who you are or where you come from, you are valued and appreciated here.
How it began
Kebrina Josefina De Jesús established Samba Colorado in 2013 as Colorado’s first POC (Person of Color) founded Brazilian dance school and company. She has brought together people from all walks of life in an artistic, educational, and positive community by sharing the joy and beauty of Samba and African Brazilian dance.
Samba Colorado is devoted to fostering and educating our community through Samba and African Brazilian dance tradition, music, storytelling, and Arts Education while improving individual life enrichment through a positively conscious, inclusive, and diverse environment.
We are an equal opportunity organization and welcome all ages, gender identities, abilities, disabilities, races, body types, religions, cultures, and ethnicities. You are welcome here.
Our fiscal sponsorship program, powered by the Boulder County Arts Alliance, makes your donations to Samba Colorado tax-deductible. Your contribution helps us sustain our mission of promoting and preserving Brazilian arts through vibrant programs, engaging workshops, and unforgettable performances. Make a difference now by making a tax-deductible donation to Samba Colorado! Let’s work together to promote and preserve the unique and colorful world of Brazilian arts and culture!
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