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Flamenco Dance Class Schedule
Adult Flamenco Dance Classes
Summer session runs July 1 - August 29
Flamenco Dance Classes in Greenwood
Monday 6:00PM-7:00PM with instructor Michaelene de le Serna, Studio #2
Monday 7:00PM-8:00PM with instructor Michaelene de le Serna, Studio #2
Flamenco Dance Classes in Magnolia
We do not offer Flamenco classes at our Magnolia studio at this time. Please see our Greenwood and Shoreline Schedule.
Flamenco Dance Classes in Shoreline
Wednesday 6:30PM-7:30PM with instructor Michaelene de le Serna, Studio #1
Flamenco Repertoire Level I
Wednesday 7:30PM-8:30 PM with instructor, Michaelene de le Serna, Studio #1
To see the Summer schedule in block style, Go Here.
Flamenco Dance Classes Are Fun!
Flamenco Dance Classes: You won’t find a more exciting dance style with a more stunning mix of power and grace than the centuries old Andalusian tradition known as "Flamenco."
Our flamenco classes are a great introduction to the art of flamenco. All the fundamentals are taught in the technique class including posture, technique, compás (rhythm), footwork, and palmas (clapping).
The Flamenco Repertoire class is a place for beginners to use their fundamentals in choreography within traditional forms of flamenco. Most students take both classes simultaneously.
Flamenco Dance Classes: Authentic Multigenerational
We teach multi-generational Flamenco classes. While most of our students are adults, we welcome children ages 12 and above to take this class. In Spain, this is this is the traditional way this class is taught and it is wonderful!
Some of our Flamenco dance students performing at the May 2018 Phinneywood ArtWalk event in Seattle.
About Your Flamenco Classes Instructor
Michaelene De La Serna studied flamenco dance intensively for many years with Flamenco Chicago Artistic Director Ms. Rosetta Magdalen. She has also studied with flamenco greats Carmela Greco and Marija Temo.
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