Technique and Choreography
Embodying Passion and Form
with Rachael Terada
Learn the art of flamenco in a fun and supportive environment. Traditional flamenco dance is at the heart of Flamenco Fusion, bringing together music and dance styles from around the world.
Sundays in Berkeley
7-class series: Sevillanas Choreography
for Beginning and Intermediate Students
February 10 - April 21
5:00 – 6:00 PM
Classes held on Feb 10, Feb 17, Mar 3, Mar 24, Apr 7, Apr 14, Apr 21
(No Class on February 24, March 10, March 17, March 31)
Try something new: learn technique and choreography while embodying passion and form. Learn fiery rhythms for your feet while exploring beauty and grace for your arms and hands.
Come learn a classic Spanish partner dance--no partner or experience required. This class is perfect for beginners as well as intermediate students that want to add Sevillanas to their repertoire. Sevillanas are a series of 4 fun and lively dances that are often performed and danced at celebrations in Spain. During this 7-class series we will learn the first of the four parts of the dance.
Ashkenaz Music & Dance Community Center
Enter through the door on the left and follow the long hallway to the Back Studio
1317 San Pablo Ave (near Gilman)
Beginning and experienced dancers welcome.
$15 / 1 drop-in class
$80 / full 7-session series
FREE Class for new students on February 10
New students may try the February 10th class for free before deciding whether to enroll in the full 7-class series
Cash and check payments are accepted at the door.
Questions? Contact Rachael Terada
at 510-847-5000 or rcanapa [at] hotmail [dot]com
rcanapa [at] hotmail [dot] com