CENTRO FLAMENCO

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Winter 2017

Winter 2017

ADULTS/TEENS CLASSES Centro Flamenco classes progress through structured levels (Students spend about 6-12 months at each level): Introduction to Flamenco, Beginner I, Beginner II, Intermediate & Advanced classes. All classes focus on flamenco technique in: Compas (rhythms), Zapateado (footwork), Palmas (clapping), Palillos (castanets), Brazos (arms), Vueltas (turns), Pitos (snapping) Registration for our Winter 2017 classes will be open soon. Our schedule is as follows: Tuesday, January 3rd –Read more about Winter 2017[…]

Workshop with Nanako Aramaki – Bata de Cola

Workshop with Nanako Aramaki – Bata de Cola

  Centro Flamenco is proud to present the workshop with Nanako Aramaki “Bata de Cola” this fall! Nanako’s bata de cola workshop will explore the various techniques used to manipulate the long-train skirt. Whether you’re trying out the bata de cola for the first time or polishing up your existing skills, her technique exercises willRead more about Workshop with Nanako Aramaki – Bata de Cola[…]

Fall 2016

Fall 2016

ADULTS/TEENS CLASSES Centro Flamenco classes progress through structured levels (Students spend about 6-12 months at each level): Introduction to Flamenco, Beginner I, Beginner II, Intermediate & Advanced classes. All classes focus on flamenco technique in: Compas (rhythms), Zapateado (footwork), Palmas (clapping), Palillos (castanets), Brazos (arms), Vueltas (turns), Pitos (snapping) Registration for our FALL 2016 classes will be open soon. Our schedule is as follows: Tuesday, September 6 –Read more about Fall 2016[…]

Workshops with Deborah Dawson “La Caramelita”

Workshops with Deborah Dawson “La Caramelita”

Update: Second week of workshops added! Deborah Dawson “La Caramelita” will be holding workshops on Monday August 22 to Friday August 26th!  Centro Flamenco is proud to present workshops with Deborah Dawson “La Caramelita” this summer! In her classes, Deborah focuses on drawing the personal elements out of each of her students, which is whatRead more about Workshops with Deborah Dawson “La Caramelita”[…]