Some members of the audiences at recent performances
expressed an interest in
flamenco classes in Olympia.
There are several opportunities for flamenco classes here:
Contact the following performers/teachers for details on their schedules for group and private classes at various levels:
Palmas and Compas Workshop with Luis de la Tota
January 10th, 7:30-8:30pm
This workshop is recommended for dancers, guitarists and
cante enthusiasts of all levels — also for percussionists of other music genres interested in expanding their repertoire.
For more info:
email@example.com 510-435-8655 Private & Semi-Private Cajon/Compas Classes also available upon request
Cante and Baile Workshops with
Stephanie Pedraza on Friday, January 20th.
Cante 4:30-6:00pm Seguiriyas and Baile 6:00-730pm Solea por bulerias . Seattle location TBA. Cost $25 per class in advance.
For comprehensive listing of ongoing
and unique events and classes
and all-things-flamenco, checkseattleflamenco.org
Flamenco classes suitable for everyone. Class will focus on 12-count Flamenco rhythms, upper body conditioning, footwork, and flamenco music. Wear comfortable clothes and thick and flexible-soled shoes. Sliding scale cost: $12-$18. Contact Savannahflamenco@gmail.com www.savannahfuentes.com
|FOR ONGOING CLASSES|
For schedule information, check HERE
“Always contact instructors directly for updates and schedule changes before making plans to attend.”
The Foundation’s support of flamenco strives to rekindle appreciation of this unique and precious art form, recently recognized by UNESCO as a “cultural heritage”. Questions, comments, suggestions, or flamenco news, contact us at
Dance, Savannah Fuentes and Veronica Barrera.
For more info or to order tickets:
Ongoing Shows in SeattleCarmona Flamencowith guest artist
starts a new season onJanuary 28 at
Cafe Solstice and will be there on the last Saturday of each month through June.
Cafe Solstice 4116 University Way Seattle (206) 675-0850
Serving fine teas, coffees, teas, wines & inviting desserts, no dinner.
Shows at 8:00 and 9:30, both sets included in $20 ticket. Cash please. Come early, no reserved seating, doors open at 7:30.
More info at www.fanw.org
|Tuesdays, 8:30PM, RESUMING THIS WEEK on January 10, 2012
Live Flamenco! with Eric and Encarnación
The Capitol Club, 414 East Pine. Seattle’s best kept secret.
Come and see the most intimate, authentic and exciting Flamenco show in Seattle. NO COVER. 2 order minimum. flamencoseattle.com
On the first and third Thursday of the month
Bilbao Spanish Restaurant and Tapas Bar.
4500 9th Ave. NE, Seattle, (206) 547-5034.
Join us for an evening of tapas and flamenco dance.
Shows at 8pm and 9pm. www.flamencogitana.com