The rumba night is dressed as a woman with the arrival of Las 4 Damas de la Salsa de Venezuela, a project of musicalizers at parties and events to exalt one of the Afro-Caribbean rhythms that most identifies Latin culture: SALSA.
The 4 ladies of Venezuelan Salsa debuted in May 2018, on the initiative of Sol Graffe after feeling that there was no female and group movement as DJane’s or musicalizadoras.
When musicalizing becomes, not a job but a passion, the commitment grows, and so these D’jane’s arrive presenting a different proposal giving prominence to females, with the aim of incorporating into the salsa market 4 women willing to permeate in a movement where the male presence predominates.
Professional and tasteful, lovers of this genre that unites us in one spirit: SALSA, to bring a musical selection, energy and good vibes to encourage salsa dancers and dancers of Venezuela and beyond its borders.
4 Personalities Conjugated in one Rhythm
DJane. Sol Graffe: Born in Caracas, a salsa dancer at heart, she became a radio promoter, TV producer and event producer under her slogan “Sol 100% Salsa” with more than 25 years of experience in the salsa industry.
DJane. Rocío Blanco: Born in Maracay edo. Aragua, lawyer, manager of the Posada Turística África and salsera by birth, dedicated to the musicalization five years ago being the only lady of the aragüeña entity baptized “La Consentida de la Salsa”.
DJane. Zaire Plater: “La del Melao Salsero”, born in Caracas, economist by profession, salsera by conviction; dedicated to the musicalization of salsa for five years, leads the family project called “El Arepazo Salsero Plater”, where they gather a large group of dancers and salsa lovers to dance and share eating some typical and delicious arepas.
DJane. Zulay Millán: Caraqueña, lives between two passions: Radio and Salsa. She is a teacher by profession and a salsa dancer by heart. Announcer, certificate #55.721, voice over, radio producer, with experience in events and TV production, radio host for 25 years and counting, presenter/entertainer, composer and article writer, which explains her slogan “Soy Salsa y Más” (I am Salsa and More).
The 4 Ladies of Venezuelan Salsa have managed to position themselves with this interesting project in the salsa environment, whose protagonism brings a touch of elegance and distinction when they go on stage uniformed and organized, supporting each other, where camaraderie and good vibes are noted, as well as the demonstration of commitment and discipline setting a precedent, opening the way for alternatives to enrich the forms of dissemination of the salsa genre.
A solid project, which has the acceptance of producers and especially the dancers, who have become an important support for the permanence of Las 4 Damas de la Salsa in the collective memory and the salsa scene.
Sol, Zaire, Rocio and Zulay.
Last March 12, 2022 they were awarded as best musical project 2021 – 2022 event held at Cerro del Avila V.I.P Disco in Caracas, this activity was conducted and sponsored by Libia Ascanio and Edgar Mendoza.
They are The 4 Ladies of Venezuelan Salsa
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