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FLAMENCO WORKSHOPS : with Aitor Hernandez, Jesus Olmedo and Marina Tamayo

Registrations open now for a series of Flamenco Workshops with Aitor Hernandez, Jesus Olmedo and Marina Tamayo, presented by Flamenco Australia

Choose from 1 to 6 hours of classes in
Flamenco, Contemporary, Spanish folk,
Escuela Bolera, Castanets

World class tuition in a nurturing learning environment.

Classes for all levels Beginners to Professional levels.

Monthly residency with teachers direct from Spain:
Marina Tamayo | Aitor Hernandez | Jesus Olmedo (Dancers)

Men and Women. All levels.

WORKSHOP PROGRAM: Sunday 23 April 2017

10:00am – Absolute Beginners with Marina Tamayo (60 mins)
COST: $40

11:00am – Jesus Olmedo Flamenco Fundamentals (Open Session) (90 mins)
COST: $55

1:30pm – Choreography with Aitor Hernandez (Open Session) (90 mins)
COST: $55

3:30pm – Castanets with Aitor Hernandez / Marina Tamayo (30 mins)
COST: $25
Castanets on sale on the day for $60 per pair

4:00pm – Compas / Palmas with Jesus Olmedo (30 mins)
COST: $25

OTHER TICKET OPTIONS:
– Full Day (any class) $130
– Observer (1 class) $25
– Observer (all day) $130

BOOK your place now ONLINE

Marina Tamayo’s driving passion is in the training of students for performance, educate the community in the Spanish and Flamenco art forms and dedicates her time providing career paths for visiting professionals in teaching, training, and private coaching. Describing herself as a multidisciplinary artist, Marina encourages all her students to study with many other artists, teachers, choreographers throughout the world, acknowledging that in the arts each teacher has something special, unique about their style, knowledge, and understanding of the art of dance, flamenco.

This constructivist approach is the premise of Flamenco Australia. FA is a fast growing company that embraces the philosophy of open-learning. It encourages and embraces diversity, sharing of knowledge, aspiring the young and not so young, beginners and professionals with equal care and respect. Marina identifies flamenco teaching as not about modulating the individual, to be the same as another, but to find the voice of the inner soul and craft it, so it has the capacity to not only communicate but to connect with others, whilst maintaining uniqueness and giving the person freedom to express.

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Event starts
Sunday 23 April, 2017
Event Ends
Sunday 23 April, 2017
Venue
Peacock Theatre @ Salamanca Arts Centre
Venue Address
77 Salamanca Place
Location

Tasmania, Hobart

Website
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