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Flamenco guitar workshop

Flamenco guitar workshop

Whoever not interested or can not make the workshop, I will appreciated if you could spread the word to those how might be interested. I also have prices for people  that doesn’t play guitar but might want to come for the palmas and cuadro  portion of the classes. This workshop will consist of El Entri’s technique, “el desayuno” (Madrid, Spain), as well as a choice of the students between this next palos: solea, Alegrias en  Do y Mi...

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Monica Herrera of De Luna A Lunares

Monica Herrera of De Luna A Lunares

Share   Come begin a celebration of our season of Bizet’s Carmen with dinner, and an alluring and passionate Spanish dance! Featuring Monica Herrera of De Luna A Lunares You are invited to join us for a fundraiser event, where you will enjoy the flare and fire of the captivating De Luna A Lunares Flamenco Ensemble. Download the flyer! Date:            October 22, 2011 Location:     Bistro St. Tropez , 2400 Market Street, Fourth...

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LA LUPI & CURRO DE MARIA

LA LUPI   &  CURRO DE  MARIA

Philly Flamenco is proud to announce: Flamenco Artists From Málaga, Spain. Share Presenting: Workshops in Philly and NYC October 19 – November 4, 2011   Download the full Program. PHILADELPHIA  5 DAY WORKSHOP WEDNESDAY thru SUNDAY   OCT 19 – 23 LOCATION  Angler Studios  1550 E. Montgomery Ave, Philadelphia, PA. SCHEDULE Level I   Bulerías: How to dance a patada ! Wednesday – Friday  6:00 – 7:20pm; Saturday and...

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Performance at Malaga Restaurant

Performance at Malaga Restaurant

Share On a perfect autumn night in Trenton, NJ, an incredible show took place. Monica Herrera and friends including Pat and Teresa D’Aprile, Carol Basilio, Jose Moreno, Inez Korff, Magdalena and others; wowed the audience who packed the Malaga Spanish Restaurant with a night to...

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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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