Guest Spanish teachers – Fall 2019

Farru master class

Spanish flamenco dancer Antonio Fernandez Montoya, Farru of the legendary Farruco family, will be on tour with The Paco de Lucia Project, (performing in St. Albert October 31st at the Arden Theatre). In collaboration with Flamencos por el Mundo, we are fortunate to have the opportunity to study with him in Edmonton on November 1st.

These classes are open to the public. Some previous flamenco experience is required.
Farru Masterclass info – click here

About Farru:

Antonio Fernández Montoya is a flamenco dancer best known as Farru and the son of the flamenco singer Juan Fernández Flores “El Moreno” and of the flamenco dancer Rosario Montoya Manzano, known as “La Farruca”. He is the grandson of “Farruco”, one of the most important dancers of flamenco history and the founder of one of the world leading schools of flamenco. His brother is Farruquito, who is currently considered one of the most distinguished flamenco dancers. Bio courtesy of Tablao Flamenco Cordobes (more at link)


Flamenco with Carmen Ledesma

Direct from Spain, flamenco dancer Carmen Ledesma returns to Edmonton for workshops from November 22nd – 24th, 2019! A featured artist at the first Edmonton Flamenco Festival in 2017, she is a favourite of audiences and students alike.

With funding from the Alberta Dance Alliance – Community Workshop Series , I am collaborating with the Edmonton Flamenco Festival to bring this workshop about.

These classes are open to the public. Some previous flamenco experience is required.
Flamenco with Carmen Ledesma info – click here

About Carmen:

Carmen began her artistic career when she was only four years old, winning the prize of Galas Juveniles and being a disciple of Enrique El Cojo. In 1970 she made her professional debut in her hometown, and the following year she toured South America for six months.
After this, she began her participation in Andalusian festivals and the flamenco’s most prominent tablaos, alternating them with different artistic tours through out Europe, America and Asia, often together with Curro Vélez, in the Fiesta Gitana group.

As an artist of wide repertoire, she is considered one of the most significant interpreters of today. She has collaborated with the indisputable talents of the flamenco world such as Camarón de la Isla, Pansequito del Puerto and El Lebrijano, among others.

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