Date: Monday 22nd April 2019
Place: The Tabernacle Theatre – Notting Hill, 35 Powis Square, London W11 2AY
Tickets: Adults £25 / Children £20 available at www.tabernaclew11.com
We have hired The Tabernacle, a Grade II listed building in Powis Square, Notting Hill, London, on the Easter Monday. Here we will host an amazing evening of flamenco with professionals Adela Campallo, Beatriz Morales, David Vargas, Tito Heredia, Jasmine Villalobos and Demi Garcia.
The first half of the show, is a student show!!! All dance schools participating in the Easter Course are invited to produce a piece to showcase their school, giving their students the opportunity to perform on a London stage with the support of the professional artists and musicians. In addition to this, all students who complete a Bulerías choreography and/or a Bata de Cola choreography during the course will be able to perform it in the show. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to participate.
We would also like to send a special invitation to the Spanish Dance Society teachers to come and join us on this course and showcase some of the work achieved by their students. Congratulations also to the USA Spanish dance society for winning the Fidelio Music Award for their contribution to the artistic life in Washington DC.
Sunday Night Flamenco at Bar Gansa
Escuela de Baile has a series showcasing their students and local professionals at this wonderful tapas bar in the heart of Camden. No entrance fee. Starts at 8pm.
2 Inverness Street
***Escuela de Baile students get 25% off their food! Simply book a table on their website and add the code Flamenco25 to the reservation.
10th February: Francesco “El Halcón” Bucchi
Francesco is originally from Italy with 19 years of experience in Flamenco and modern dance. He has studied extensively in Madrid and performed with companies in Spain. Although he is based in London, his professional career has taken him to Japan, Brazil, Algeria and all across Europe.
17th February: Sam Quy
Sam has performed in productions at London’s Royal Opera House London and with her own group. Her screen credits include the film and 3D movie Carmen, BBC’s Manet documentary and she is the flamenco dancer on BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.
She will be accompanied by the inspirational guitarist Tito Heredia and singer Jasmine Villalobos. A show not to be missed!
24th February: Araceli Garcia
Born in Cartagena (Murcia), Araceli has studied classical ballet and contemporary dance as well as Flamenco. Her experience working as a choreographer, dance teacher and dancer for a variety of companies across the UK has helped her develop her stagecraft and interaction with audiences. Get yourself down to Bar Gansa this Sunday and have an authentic flamenco evening with great tapas too!!!
3rd March: Sam Quy
10th March: Francesco “El Halcón” Bucchi
17th March: Araceli Garcia
24th March: Nanako Aramaki
Nanako is a Japanese-Canadian flamenco dancer, instructor, and choreographer based in London. She is part of the Flamenco Rosario Dance Company in Canada and has several groups that she performs with in Germany and the UK. Her dance career thus far has led her to teach in Canada, Germany, England, Scotland, Denmark and Kenya, and perform on four continents.
31st March: Lourdes Fernandez
Lourdes is one of the most inspirational dancers full of passion and energy. She has worked all over the world inspiring audiences and bringing the life and love of flamenco to everyone.
7th April: Mel Dia
A very inspirational dancer, full of flamenco passion and fire. Mel always leaves her audience full of energy and inspiration.