Dave and Zoë are seven time cabaret dance champions and finalists on America’s Got Talent
They have taught and performed their unique style of acrobatic dance in over 30 countries and over 6 continents for various dance festivals, salsa congresses, cruises and night clubs. Their duo work includes 28 different choreographies and their collaborations include: New York Knicks Half-Time Show, Circus Bella, Bindlestiff Family Circus, Trolley Dances SF, World Country Dance Championships, New England Circus Center for the Arts. They have produced full evening theatrical shows at Hard Rock Cafe Singapore, Rocking Horse Ranch family resort in upstate NY, and Dollar For Dogs fundraiser in Anchorage Alaska. The company has been together twelve years.
Dave Paris is a seven time cabaret dance champion, a finalist on America’s Got Talent, and co-director of the acrobatic dance company Paradizo Dance with Zoë Klein. He has performed in over 30 salsa dance congresses around the world and has produced 13 instructional dvds in latin dance and partner acrobatics. He specializes in blending partner acrobatics with latin and contemporary dance. Dave is a certified facilitator in Non-Violent Communication and practitioner of Transformative Mediation.
Zoë Klein is a visual artist, acrobat, aerialist, dancer, lighting designer, and production manager for dance and touring performance. Twelve years co-directing Paradizo Dance brought: NBA NY Knicks halftime shows, International Salsa Congresses, 1st place titles in national cabaret competitions, So You Think You Can Dance, and Top Finalist on America’s Got Talent. Zoë is a Circus Center San Francisco professional acrobatics training program graduate of Master Lu Yi. She has produced events for Brooklyn Arts Exchange, San Francisco Salsa Congress, Trolley Dances SF, and received a CounterPulse 2016 six-month artist residency program to develop acrobatic dance group performance about international adoption called Born, Never Asked. Zoë has also performed for Circus Bella, Sweet Can, Zaccho Dance Theater, Epiphany Dance, Ramon Alayo Dance, and Amara Tabor Smith.