Dance Class Schedule

ONGOING Flamenco Dance

Gulfgate Mall/Hobby area) email: lucia@flamencoinc.org or call Lucia at 832-721-0357 for location and more information.   

MONDAYS 

7:00pm - 8:15pm - Beginners - no experience or little experience; individual sevillana and/or tango steps; footwork & coordination technique; 

TUESDAYS

6:30pm - 7:45pmIntermediate/Adv. - Solea por bulerias; completed; breakdown footwork/letra sections; Alegrias

7:45pm - 8:45pm Rehearsal - (sevillanas, tangos, fandango, alegrias, bulerias, solea por buleria) with Live guitar and cante accompaniment.

WEDNESDAYS 

7:00pm - 9:00pm - Special rehearsals music and/or cuadro, as scheduled 

THURSDAYS

6:30pm - 7:45pm -(Beg II & up) Castanet technique; Turns, leg lifts and Spanish Dance Tech

7:45pm - 8:15 - Rehearsal - pasodobles, Spanish Celtic, folk dances; Wear jazz shoes or flat shoes + bring regular flamenco shoes; need your own castanets, tambourines, and bring face towel.

SATURDAYS - 1:00pm - 3:00pm - Music and/or cuadro rehearsals, as scheduled

MONTHLY group tuition:

1 flamenco dance class per week - $50.00 for month

2 flamenco dance classes per week - $90.00 for month

Castanets/Spanish Folk dance -$50.00 for month

Private and semi-private Classes by appointment; Lucia (dance)832.721.0357; Valdemar Phoenix (guitar) 713.428.1491  

Let's stay on schedule, please be on time. Tuition is due at the beginning of the month on the first day of your dance class. Pay before class by cash, checks payable to Lucia Rodriguez, or by credit card through Pay Pal. Many thanks.

 What to Wear

 You should wear (prefer black) leotard, flamenco practice skirt or a regular black circular skirt, dance shoes or regular medium heel closed toe shoe (for beginners who don't have flamenco dance shoes). You should acquire dance shoes as soon as possible. No big jewelry please, this can cause accidents to you or to others. Wear your hair away from your face in a bun or pony tail. Men can wear jogging pants or dance pants and tee-shirt; comfortable clothes that do not impede movement and that I may see your body placement. All students should wear support girdles, dance trunks, or a tummy support, especially when doing heavy footwork (intermediate & advanced). More info: 832.721.0357 or email: Lucia@flamencoinc.org

 

Websites and Flamenco Information

www.deflamenco.com

     Madrid, information site 

www.theflamencopoetssociety.org/cafe-cantante

     Houston poets organization 

www.flamenco-connection.com

     Flamenco cd's, dvd's, books, etc.

http://www.miguelitousa.com

     San Antonio store for shoes and supplies

Upcoming Events

Lucia por siguiriya with castanets