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Monica Herrera

Monica Herrera

954 Dance Movement Collective 954 N 8th st Just south of Girard Ave – plenty of street parking Absolute Beginner Class (Special Workshop 6-8 weeks only) Fridays from 6:00-7:30pm. (Check Monica’s Web site for class availablity) This class will be for people who have never studied Flamenco before and for those who want to develop a good understanding for Flamenco technique, compas (rhythm) and structure. If you do not own...

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Cristian Puig

Cristian Puig

Cristian Puig was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Son of Gloria Monreal, Flamenco singer and Pablo Puig, Flamenco guitarrist. When he was 19 years old, Cristian began his studies in classical guitar at the conservatory of Manuel de Falla as well as flamenco guitar with his father. Soon he took classes in flamenco guitar with Quique de Cordoba and furthered his studies in jazz, bosa nova and contemporary music with various teachers. He has...

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La China is back in Philly

La China is back in Philly

Share La China comes back for another round in NYC and Philadelphia. You can see La China’s Profile on Facebook. The upcoming Workshop in Philly is scheduled as follows: FLAMENCO 1 – SOLEA FLAMENCO 2 – SIGUIRIYAS Sat. Feb 12 2:30- 3:45pm Flamenco 1 4:00-5:15pm Flamenco 2 Sun. Feb 13 1:00-2:15pm Flamenco 1 2:30-3:45pm Flamenco 2 Mon. Feb 14 and Wed. Feb 16 5:30-6:45pm Flamenco 1 7:00-8:15pm Flamenco 2 Tues. Feb 15...

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Ricardo Salinas

Ricardo Salinas

I’m a relatively new flamenco guitar student from Australia, and enjoy everything about flamenco. I have been learning Flamenco guitar for about 2 years now and have noticed there is a lot to learn. Not only technique, but about Flamenco dance and singing, guitars, technology, learning techniques and more. Visit my site at Flamenco Guitar

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Come and join Pasion y Arte’s first Friday’s Tablao/Juerga at Bar Ferdinand

Come and join Pasion y Arte’s first Friday’s Tablao/Juerga at Bar Ferdinand

What is a Juerga? A “juerga”, very much resembles a jam session because of its improvisational qualities, is still the best way of communicating the essence of traditional flamenco. There is no distinction between audience and performers and everyone takes part in the event and supports each person in the playing, dancing, and singing. A “juerga flamenca” can attain the qualities of a ritual of religious proportions.  Typically, at a...

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