• Class descriptions below

  • On March 22, classes (Except Absolute Beginners) will be held in the morning due to my work commitment.  See hours below.

  • WHAT TO WEAR: Movement-friendly clothes.  For women, a long, full skirt is recommended.  Comfortable off-street shoes with good support and smooth soles for dancing. For women, shoes with sturdy 1- to 3-inch heels are ideal.

  • I am available for private sessions.  Contact me.  

Absolute Beginners at the Tapestry

Punch Card: $72 for 6 classes (Expires after two months) / Drop-in: $15

NEW class.  Come try the class on the first day and pay what you want.

11 AM - 12 PM​ (NO classes on March 22)​​ 

Location: Tapestry Folkdance Center, 3748 Minnehaha Avenue S. Mpls 55406 

This class is for people who have not danced flamenco before or who are returning to dance after a period of time.  It focuses on essential and important dance techniques.  It also covers necessary subjects to dance flamenco such as the music structure, singing, rhythms, the history of flamenco and its concepts.  No flamenco shoes necessary.  Please bring shoes with clean sole.  Flamenco is from Southern Spain and is a very unique art and cultural form that contains music and dance.  I am hoping to help the participants understand and love the uniqueness and complexity of the dance.

Advanced Beginners at the Tapesry

Punch Card: $72 for 6 classes (Expires after two months) / Drop-in: $15

Sunday,  12 - 1 PM​​​  (9-10 AM on March 22)

Location: Tapestry Folkdance Center, 3748 Minnehaha Avenue S. Mpls 55406 

This class builds on the essential and important dance techniques the students have worked on in the Beginners class.  It also covers necessary subjects to dance flamenco such as the music structure, singing, rhythms, the history of flamenco and its concepts.  

Bata de Cola at the Tapestry

$15 / class

Sunday, 1- 1:45 PM​ (10-10:45 AM on March 22)​​ 

Location: Tapestry Folkdance Center,  3748 Minnehaha Avenue S. Mpls 55406 

Bata de Cola (long tailed skirt) technique and short repertoires to later develop into a long choreography.

Intermediate at the Tapestry

$18 with registration / Drop-in: $20

Sunday, 1:45 - 3 pm (10:45 AM-12 PM on March 22)

Location: Tapestry Folkdance Center,  3748 Minnehaha Avenue S. Mpls 55406 

Recommended for dancers who have danced flamenco regularly for more than two years.  The class consists of dance technique and repertoire in addition to compás and theory of flamenco.  For the technique part, emphasis is placed on each different dance component to strengthen basic techniques that allow dancers to dance in natural and kinetically reasonable ways.  The compás and theory part focuses on familiarizing dancers with compás (rhythm), palmas (hand clapping), and also learning different palos (songs) and styles of cantes (singing).

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