Wednesday Language Exchange Matisse Club
Wednesday Language Exchange & Salsa / Bachata
Are you ready to move your hips and to learn Salsa and Bachata moves?
Join us on Wednesdays in one of the best live music clubs in Valencia – Matisse Club!
On Wednesday Language Exchange we offer not only practicing languages with international friends but also a chance to practice your Salsa and Bachata dance skills in the famous Valencia live music club.
We invite you to come and enjoy the best event of the week!
Register down below:
A part of the bar is reserved for us and we have limitation of numbers of seats. You will have to register before
We will have discount on the drinks
Salsa or Bachata classes will start at 21.30 for beginners, and another one right after for experienced dancers
When do we meet? From 20:30 onwards. You can come anytime but it is recommended to come punctual.
Where do we meet? Matisse Club (Campoamor 60, València)
When do you dance? At 9.30 PM, we start with the beginners class. Right after, we will do a workshop for advanced dancers.
Want to participate?
Location: Matisse Club
What is the objective and How Language Exchange meetings work?
The objective of these meetings is clear: exchange languages. So you can practice different languages in the same way you have learnt your mother tongue; by social interactions.
How does it work? We create tables of 6 people according to their languages, but usually most the tables are English, German, Italian, French with Spanish. In these tables Spanish people help foreigners with their Spanish and vice versa.
How we do it? When somebody arrives, a coordinator is in charge of assigning them to a table with people interested in speaking in a particular language, because they’re learning the language or because it’s their native tongue and they want to help others. So just follow the coordinator, join the group, and start practising. In matter of minutes you are talking with your new international friends.
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