This three-part series is designed to bring the ‘Fiesta’ to class by learning some important fiesta dance styles Sevillanas and Rhumbas. Often neglected, these palos are fundamental to a dancer’s foundations not only for their pure enjoyment but also their practicality. Almost everywhere at all times rhumbas and sevillanas are played more than any Palos in the flamenco repertoire.
Our teachers are professional performers and dancers from Spain and will provide you with world class tuition.
You may take one class or the whole three in a package. The choice is up to you and based on how much do you want to dance?
Sunday 15th – Sevillanas with Bea Carrasco de Conservatorio de Carmen Amaya (2 hours) 4pm – 6pm
Sunday 22nd – Rumbas por fiesta with Loli de Cartagena (Flamenco fitness) (2 hours) 4pm – 6pm
Sunday 29th – Escuela bolera – Classical Spanish with visiting artist from Ballet Nacional de Espana and Rafael Amargo Dance Company Spain (Ballet technique and castanets needed) (2 hours) 4pm – 6pm
ALL CLASSES POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE COVID#19 RESTRICTIONS
Basic beginners to the more advanced levels. Study fundamentals, technique then as your level advances try a choreography class. Classes are held on early Saturday evening making it a social and fun event. So, put your dancing shoes on and try a little Flamenco on your Saturday night out.
Marina Tamayo has been invited to present a work at Hobart’s Salamanca Contemporary Dance Festival “Salamanca Moves” Celebrating the diversity of dance.
After eight years of regular teaching residencies in Hobart, Tamayo returns this time to present a conceptual dance work that combines multimodal dialogue: Flamenco dance, Song, and Graffiti art. This work is commissioned for the festival and will be unique in Australia.
Work title” El Mar Adentro”; Duration 60 mins : Venue Outdoor auditorium: Time 1pm : Free ENTRY: :
Booking Details for New Zealand » Contact Marina for details regarding the flamenco classes, workshops and shows in New Zealand.
full details will be posted soon. – 0415 384 038
‘Flamenco Australia’s purpose is to make engagement with authentic Andalusian performing arts accessible to the Australian community. We will do this by providing people with the opportunity to participate in, support or to immerse themselves as part of an audience, in the vibrancy of our performances.’