Performances - Workshops
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|Manuel Gutierrez - FLAMENCO! |
June 6 - June 7, 2015
Jun 6 at 2:30am to Jun 7 at 4:30am
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Flamenco Seattle presents: 2
day intensive workshop w Manuel Gutierrez
Level - Intermediate
Sat. June 6th 2:30-4:30PM
Sun. June 7th 2:30-4:30PM
Tuition: $90 both classes. $55 for one.
Class size limited. Early
registration recommended; deadline May 28th.
Send checks payable to:
7511 Greenwood Ave N #602
Seattle, WA 98103
For more info email Encarna
at email@example.com or call 206-347-4583
CLASSES HELD AT AMERICAN
8001 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
on our new "Rumba al Maestro" (release date May 28th) are happy to have him back with us at the Triple Door June
5/6 along with Luis de Tota and Jesús Montoya. Manuel is a truly world class dancer/artist and super buena gente.
We highly recommend these workshops for intermediate flamenco dance students.
Born in Montpellier, France, Manuel Gutierrez began to study Flamenco in Córdoba, Spain. He went
on to train with Flamenco masters Jose Galvan, Lita Peiro, Javier Latorre, and Joaquín Grilo. At the age 8, he won
his first Flamenco dance award.
A charismatic dancer, Manuel began dancing professionally
in the best Spanish tablaos including Casa Patas, Palacio del Flamenco and Cordobés. He has toured with legendary
artists such as Juan Carmona, Rafael de Utrera, Chispa Negra, Chicuelo, and Duquende. He currently is nominated for the
coveted Isadora Duncan award for his work with Juncal Street and dancer Fanny Ara.
FLAMENCO ARTISTS & TEACHERS
IN OUR REGION :
Seattle, WA (USA)
Ana Montes / "Flamenco Danzarte" (Seattle) www.anamontes.com [baile / palmas / castanet]
teaches techniques and choreography. A teacher dedicated to the arte of flamenco, and to the development and refinement of her students' potential!)
Emma La Margarita (Seattle)
www.cuerdasyclavos.com [baile] **New listing, more details to come**
Flamenco Seattle - Eric & Encarnación (Seattle, Wa) www.flamencoseattle.com/ [baile / guitarra / cante
(International touring and recording artists bringing top level flamenco directly from Spain to
the Seattle area. Encarna teaches at American Dance Institute. Private instruction, master classes & workshops: please see their website.)
Jacquelina Villegas-MacLin (Kirkland, Wa) www.dancesofspain.com [baile / classical spanish / palmas / castanet]
(Bailaora teaching ongoing group classes, all levels.
Private lessons by appointment.)
Teacher of Flamenco and Belly Dance, with 5 decades of performance experience in stage, film and television.) Please
call 425-442-6084 for details.
Marcos, and David Carmona / Carmona Flamenco (Seattle, Wa) www.FANW.org [cante / guitar / cajon]
(ongoing weekly classes, monthly and seasonal performances & exhibitions,
and hosting workshops w/ visiting performers from Spain and the Americas.)
Sara de Luis
(Seattle, WA) email: Saradeluis at earthlink.net [baile]
(details to come)
native, dancer, producer and host of visiting artists from Spain and the US. Performing throughout the Pacific Northwest,
and sharing her love of the art of Flamenco!)
White Rock, BC (Canada)
and our neighbor to the north. Knows and teaches all the stuff from Spanish Classical dance, to castanets, to Flamenco
Puro. Her classes are held throughout the week, & on Saturday)
Vancouver, BC (Canada)
by Oscar Nieto and Kasandra "La China" in 2002. Classes and workshops of all forms (all ages, men and women)
taught throughout the week. Instructors include Cyrena Huang, Andrea Williams, among others).
Flamenco (Vancouver, BC, Canada) www.centroflamenco.com/ [baile / guitarra]
in 1989 by Rosario Ancer and Victor Kolstee to create an environment where students are provided with a structured approach
to flamenco dance.
Year-round training includes
separate classes for children, teens and adults, as well as a professional program entered into by selection only)
needs well-known to all as one of best in North America. Innovative teacher, and mentor - also a great guy!,
He teaches at Al Mozaico Flamenco Academy)
(Flamenco cantaora and bailaora teaching all levels.
Private lessons by appointment.)
Taos, New Mexico
Teo Morca founded, with his wife the late Isabel Morca, the Morca Academy of Performance Arts in Bellingham
in the early 1970s, and were for many years beloved teachers of ballet, classical spanish dance and flamenco in our town.
Teo offered the very first All Flamenco Workshop Festival in the United State in 1974. Teo has performed
in Spain and throughout the world, and was featured dancer with flamenco artists such as Pilar Lopez, La Chunga, Lola Montes,
Jose Greco, Luis Riviera, Maria Benitez, Tony alba, Maria Alba Teresa and many others. He currently resides in the Southwest,
and continues to perform and teach).
(Seattle, WA) www.flamencogitana.com/
[baile] Sadly, Maria passed away in 2014. She was well-loved by many!
...to be continued... check back soon.
(Contact us if you are offering classes anywhere from Tacoma, WA to Vancouver, BC, and would
like to be listed on this site. Thank you!)