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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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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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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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Second Annual Latin Roots & Rhythms Festival

Second Annual Latin Roots & Rhythms Festival

Share Flamenco Ole is proud to invite you. It’s going to be jam packed with great dancers and musicians! David Castellano is singing, Jose Moreno is playing cajon and Cristian is on guitar. There are 2 wonderful male dancers coming, Antonio Arrebola from Spain and Martin Gaxiola from Pheonix, and Monica Herrera. There will be outdoor festivities going on as well. It will be a real nice family “ambiente”. Settlement Music...

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What is Tablao?

What is Tablao?

Like the atmosphere once created when beat poets gathered to recite verses, Tablao refers to the milieu in which flamencos showcased their dancing until the art was institutionalized in theatrical performances. Flamenco Tablao emerged as a unique art form in the 15th century. Spanish Gypsies (or Roma) danced flamenco privately in their rural homes. The dance gradually migrated from the countryside to south Spain’s cities, where Gypsy...

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Antonia Cruz Arias

Antonia Cruz Arias

I am available for private cante classes by appointment on a slidin scale fee! My phone is (267) 303-1796, and my email is antoniacruzarias@gmail.com Antonia Cruz Arias’s paternal grandmother was California born Spanish singer Elena Acevedo. She was raised in the world of flamenco, but began music and dance training in the classical tradition at age four. She had been singing her entire life, but began formal training in technique at...

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