Flamenco Dance Show for one night only!

7pm Friday 9th March, hosted by Instituto Cervantes Mánchester and Espíritu Flamenco

‘Flamenco sin Fronteras’ is presented by Francesca Girone and Sarah Chambers. Tickets from Eventbrite or Instituto Cervantes

This is a dance and music performance which has been created to highlight the fact that authentic, pure flamenco has a universal appeal and as such has won World Heritage status. The participating artists are from Jerez de La Frontera, Almería, England and Holland.

Al baile/dancers: Jairo Amaya, Francesca Girone
Al cante/singer: Cristo Heredia
Al toque/guitar: Carlos Van Tongeren

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Flamenco Workshops with Jairo Amaya and Cristo Heredia

Flamenco dance, guitar and palmas (clapping/rhythm) workshops with Jairo Amaya and Cristo Heredia

Saturday 9th March
11.30-12.30 Beginner/improver dance (bulerias de Jerez)
11am-12 Guitar accompaniment for cante (bulerias de Jerez)
1-2pm Palmas
2-4pm Intermediate dance with cante (alegrias)

Sunday 10th March
11.30-12.30 Beginner/improver dance with cante (bulerias de Jerez)
11am-12 Cante (bulerias de Jerez)
1-2pm Palmas
2-4pm Intermediate dance with cante (alegrias)
Contact Sarah at espiritu.flamenco@virginmedia.com for booking and further details.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGHifCvf-iI
Jairo Amaya is an internationally acclaimed dancer and teacher based in Jerez. Starting his professional dance career at the age of 16, he initially toured as part of the dance company of Maria del Mar Moreno and then as a soloist and teacher across Europe, Israel and the USA. When in his native Jerez, Jairo works in all of the most popular tablaos and penas (flamenco venues) as well as teaching in his own studios.His style is distinctively Jerezano, combining strength and force with the ‘sonequette’ and musical quality that is famous in this ‘cradle of flamenco’.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5i_yfIzbHc
Cristo Heredia is from a flamenco family in Almeria, both his grandfather and father also being singers. A cantaor (flamenco singer) for dance from the age of 13, he formally debuted at the annual festival of Fondón de Almería with Tomatito at the age of 14 years. He has performed all over Spain and joined other world famous artists on tour, including Niño Josele, La Lupi and Juan de Juan. At the age of 19, Paco de Lucia requested his presence on the ‘Good Things’ tour. His recordings include ‘Almeraya’.

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Introduction to Flamenco Guitar

This short practical course will study flamenco guitar for beginners and will introduce the rhythms of flamenco and common techniques.
Basic knowledge of guitar playing required.

This popular course has been previously held at Instituto Cervantes, LIPA and Salford University.  £100 per student (for all 4 classes)

For more information, Please email glenn@glennsharp.co.ukFacebooktwitterFacebooktwitter