Technique Course with Maria Juncal and Cristina Otera from Jerez de La Frontera
Dates: 1st – 5th September 2018
Location: Escuela de Baile, 13D Amwell street, Angel, EC1R 1UL
This course deals with the coordination of movements of different parts of the body and consolidation of concepts which are fundamental for the flamenco dance. This is a rare opportunity to analyse your own individual needs and this unique course will help to correct and improve your dancing.
We will only be taking 15 students for Improvers / Elementary and only 15 students for the Intermediate course so the teachers can give personal attention to every student on the course.
Improvers /Elementary: Cristina Otera
Intermediate/Advanced: Maria Juncal
£300 Improvers / Elementary
£350 Intermediate / Advanced
These courses are FULL. For cancellation and further inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 8905 4554.
NEW – Technique Course with Cristina Otera from Jerez de La Frontera
Dates: 27th – 31st August 2018
Time: 9:30am – 1:30 pm
Limited places (only 15 students per class)
For registration, please email email@example.com or telephone 020 8905 4554.
About María Juncal
María Juncal, born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, is a bailaora – with solid training in ballet and Spanish classical dance – and the grand niece of the great teacher Trini Borrull. Her first dance steps took her first to Santa Cruz de Tenerife and then to Madrid, where she met and worked in legendary flamenco troupes such as Güito or Manolete.
Her surprising scenic maturity, the depth of her movements and the force she impresses on her dancing reminds us of some of the great dancers of this century, discovering at the same time unseen facets of expression. That is why she has acted in great theaters around the world, and why her career is filled with recognitions such as the Antonio Gades National Flamenco Dance Award, which she received in Cordoba in 2004; the top award in Flamenco Dancing and the “Desplante” award at the Festival Internacional del Cante de las Minas (2006); or, that same year, the award for Best Flamenco Soloist at the Teatro Albeniz Choreography Competition, for the performance that she brings now to Pamplona, “The Confinement of Anne Frank”.