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New PyA Conservatory Schedule

New PyA Conservatory Schedule

Pasión y Arte Conservatory Updated SCHEDULE OF CLASSES Overbrook Garage Studio 6411 Overbrook Avenue – Philadelphia, PA 19151 Two blocks from the R5 Overbrook Train Station and 4 blocks from the Trolley info@pasionyarteflamenco.org – Web site Tuesday: Advanced/Intermediate Flamenco (Hevia y Vaca) 7:00pm-8:00pm Technique- Upper body, arm movement and footwork 8:00pm- 9:00pm Choreography- Seguiriyas Wednesday: Beginner/Advanced...

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Inez Korff

Inez Korff

Flamenco Dancer Inez Korff (Inez del Mar) has been dancing since the age of 7.  Captivated by the art of Flamenco 12 years ago, she has studied with a long list of teachers in New York, Philadelphia, and Spain.  Inez performs regularly with Tres Compadres Flamenco Ensemble, and with Flamenco Olé at public and private events throughout the area.  Favorite venues include Steel City Coffeehouse, Malaga Restaurant, Crossing Vineyards, World...

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Magdalena Bailaora Flamenca

Magdalena Bailaora Flamenca

When not teaching, performing, or choreographing in New York City, Magdalena lives in Andalucía where she trains with legendary gypsies such as Familia Farruco, Angelita Vargas, Manuela Carrasco, and Esperanza Fernandez. Other influences are Isabel Bayón, La China, Pastora Galván, Alejandro Granados, and Andres Peña. In the mid 90’s Magdalena helped revive the NYC Flamenco scene, starting up gigs at new venues in like Xunta,...

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Jose Moreno

Jose Moreno

(Dancer/ Percussionist) Born into a family of famous flamenco artists Estrella Morena (dancer) and Pepe de Málaga (singer), Jose began his flamenco career at age 6 under the guidance of his parents. His debut was at the famous Tablao Costa Vasca in Miami. Jose continued his studies with the Great Manolete, Farruquito, and Andres Marin and Cajon with Manuel Soler. Jose has been invited to perform in various companies, and worked with...

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Tito Rubio

Tito Rubio

Flamenco guitarist Hipolito (Tito) Rubio was born in 1954 in Monsagro, Spain, a small village in western Salamanca, about thirty miles from the border with Portugal. He remembers seeing his grandfather playing the tamborin (drum) and flute in town processions, as well as playing castanets and dancing the jota, a regional traditional dance. He also remembers hearing brass bands, attending fiestas, and playing with gypsy children when he was...

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Liliana Ruiz

Liliana Ruiz

Liliana Ruiz was born in Mexico City where she started to study ballet when she was six years-old. Shortly thereafter, she began her study of Spanish and Flamenco dance,inspired by her family’s deep-rooted passion for the arts. She has studied Spanish dances and Flamenco with Juana Amaya, Chiqui de Jerez, Antonio Hidalgo, Isabel Bayón, Angel Atienzo, Pilar Ortega, Manuela Rios, Inmaculada Ortega, Chunny Amaya, Winny Amaya, Cristobal...

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