Arte Flamenco Dance Theatre - The Center of Worldance - Alhambra, CA<br />
We offer dance classes for all ages in Belly Dance, Flamenco, Folklorico, Polynesian dance, Ballet - Tap, Hip Hop & Jazz, Pilates, Zumba and much more. Our professional instructors and their companies are available for workshops, residencies, private parties, corporate events, festivals, concerts, and touring. <br />
Office hours are Monday - Thursday 3PM - 10PM, Saturday 9AM - 4PM and Sundays 11:30AM - 2PM. We serve all of Southern California, primarily Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley area. <br />
Visit our website at www.clarita-arteflamenco**** or www.centerofworldance****
No visit to Seville is complete without an energetic Flamenco show, a segment of "From Flamenco to Fez", presenting a 2 continent, 3 country trip to Spain, Morocco, and Portugal. It features Madrid, Toledo, Grenada (the Alhambra), Seville (Spain), Fez and Marrakesh in Morocco, Lisbon, & Fatima in Portugal, including a lavish Berber spectacle of music, dancing, and horse riding.
To enjoy all of this film, and over 30 more free, non-commercial, streaming travel videos from every continent, and still pictures, please click on the IntrepBerkExplorer link below, and then on the direct link to my geocities Video Page that follows; or ask a search engine for:
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jose carmona dancing flamenco in the tablao flamenco in granada spain.
To the exhibition opening on 02.16.2010 by Franziska Rutz "gone away"
A beautiful clip on the art of Flamenco Dance from Spain
Ferdinand talks about his love for dance and especially Flamenco dancing.
People Present: Chantel (GJ Asian Art, Singapore) , Ferdinand Cacnio, Angel Cacnio and Theophania Chia
Date: 13 Jan 2011
Location: GJ Asian Art (Singapore), The Regent
The famous spanish dance flamenco - and the girl perfomring it is a real beauty!
Sexy flamenco dancer in the 2nd part of her sassy dance.
time, Joe finds himself in Madrid, Spain, a city and country infused with culture, history and a love of the arts.
Joe meets his co-host, Rosa, a trained flamenco dancer, at Puerta del Sol. Before Rosa teaches Joe to dance, she wants to show him the sites of Madrid, so that he may be inspired through the culture and art of the city.
In the Calles Princesa and San Bernardo neighbourhoods, Joe sees great shops, cafes and a general art-school ambience. Hungry, the pair heads to La Latina neighbourhood, where they indulge in some Spanish-style tapas for lunch (but, not before Joe learns to order his food in Spanish!).
In the walled city of Toledo, Rosa shows Joe the cathedral, synagogue and mosque, and explains the historical significance of the city. All of this culture and romance seems to have really inspired Joe, and heâs ready to take his flamenco lesson from Rosa. After heâs learned some basic steps, Rosa leads Joe to a flamenco dinner-show, to see how the pros do it! For the perfect end to their day, Rosa takes Joe for one last Spanish tradition â churros dipped in chocolate! Delicious!
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