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Absolute Beginning Flamenco Dance | A Spanish Dance Workshop for Adults

Ongoing Event

Repeats every week every Tuesday 6 times . Tuesday

8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Ballet Austin
501 W 3rd St.
Categories
Community, Health/Wellness
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Absolute beginning means just that! For those who have had no Flamenco experience, or want to go back to the absolute beginning!

Flamenco dance is a fun and expressive Spanish dance form.

This 6-week workshop begins from scratch introduces you to the characteristic arm and hand movements and rhythmic footwork that make flamenco so exciting.

The class will consist of a warm-up, strengthening technique exercises, and choreographic combinations set to upbeat flamenco music. This will build over 6 weeks and you will be surprised at how much you learn!

Come and dance! Lots of fun!

Dress code: Flamenco shoes or character/hard-soled shoes are ideal, but we highly encourage you to come and try out the class with any shoes that can withstand a little stomping.