SUMMER 2014 WORKSHOP
No prior dance experience is required!
Flamenco Workshop - 4 classes
July 23 - August 13, 2014
Wednesdays, 8:15 - 9:15pm
$100 – 4 classes (Wednesdays , July 23 - Aug. 13)
REGISTER TODAY TO SECURE YOUR SPOT!
Payment for the Workshop is due by 2pm the first day of the workshop.
There is an additional $10 drop-in fee for those who have not registered and paid by the deadline.
Payments for workshops are non-refundable and workshop cards cannot be used for regular ongoing classes.
NEW Introduction to Flamenco Workshop for Absolute Beginners is the ideal workshop to start dancing flamenco. Classes will focus on strong footwork, upper body coordination, understanding flamenco music and compás, proper posture and breathing. We will begin to develop the muscle strength and dance skills necessary for flamenco dance as we learn a new choreography.
For questions on what to wear please visit out workshop and questions pages.
Dionisia García teaches an Introduction to Flamenco for Absolute Beginners Workshop every six weeks.
(gift certificates are available)
224 W 35th St.
FLAMENCO NYC Dionisia Garcia
Born in Spain, Dionisia García studied classic ballet with Marichu and Emilia Bailo, and flamenco at the prestigious Madrid flamenco studio, Amor de Dios, with Maria Magdalena, Tomas de Madrid, Carmela Greco, La Tati, Belen Fernandez among others. She continued her professional studies with Isabel Quintero, Merche Esmeralda, and in Sevilla with Milagros Mengibar and Rafael Campayo. In 1993, Ms. García performed with Julia Grecos at the Festival D'Estiu Tarragona and in 1995, she received the Spanish National Theater Award and represented Spain at the World Film Theater & Dance Festival held in Avignon, France. The French periodical, La Dauphine, acclaimed her performance of "the superb flamenco dance numbers of Soledad and Lupe Sino". In the last 15 years, Ms. García has, by invitation, performed in Portugal, Argentina, Russia, Mexico, France, Sweden and the United States. Dionisia García currently resides in New York City, where she continues to both perform and teach the art of flamenco.