Flamenco Dance is the dance of the Gypsies of Spain.
Flamenco is a Spanish art form made up of three parts: playing ("guitarra"), song ("cante"), and dance ("baile"). Flamenco today originates in the southern regions of Spain, Andalucia. However, as many art forms it's origins are influenced by many world cultures, including India, Arabic, Latin American, Cuban, and Jewish traditions.
It is a complete art form that requires love and dedication. It expresses your deepest emotions. It is a worldwide community of flamenco lovers.
ONGOING INTERMEDIATE FLAMENCO DANCE CLASSES TAUGHT BY MARINA TORRES
Classes are held at Natalie Dance Studio (entrance is via back door) 200-220 NE 1st Ave, Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
Marina Torres our flamenco Instructor was born and raised in Madrid and started her flamenco training at 4 years old. She graduated to be a dance teacher & performer from the prestigious Dance & Music Conservatory of Madrid and has traveled the world dancing with some of the most famous dancers of flamenco and has danced at all the famous tablaos in Spain.She also owned her own flamenco studio in Miami for many years.
These are ongoing classes and you may join these flamenco dance classes anytime. Just call or send a text at (954) 881-6238 to register in Advance to ask questions. However, you must register & pay for a minimum of 4 class package.
INTERMEDIATE FLAMENCO DANCE CLASSES:
Technique, Castanets, Sevillanas & Fandangos: Wednesdays 7 to 9pm
Technique, Castanets, Fan & Guajiras Saturdays 3:30 to 5:30pm
BEGINNER FLAMENCO DANCE CLASSES:
Technique & Sevillanas Saturdays 2-3pm
We also have a nice group going to the Flamenco Festival in Jerez, Spain from Feb21-March12, 2018. If you are interested call me approximate budget to go is $2500.
We will perform what we are learning in our flamenco dance classes at the end of the year in a special show so if you are interested in performing you will also have that opportunity.
Please call or text me to pre-register at 954-881-6238 or pay via paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org