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Flamenco Dance w/ Antonio Arrebola 

Flamenco Latino hosts Antonio Arrebola for classes through March 2011!
Beginner Technique
Saturdays, 12-1 PM
Flamenco Latino Studio
244 W. 54th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY

Single class rate: $20

For more information and private lessons, please call (508) 840-7234 or email

Born in Malaga, ANTONIO ARREBOLA started to dance at age eight and received instruction in Ballet and classical Spanish dance at the Conservatory of Malaga. The Fundación Cristina Heeren de Arte de Flamenco in Seville offered him a full scholarship to continue his studies with Flamenco greats such as Manolo Soler, Javier Barón and Hiniesta Cortés. One year later, Mario Maya selected him as a student at the Centro Escénico in Granada. Since then, Antonio Arrebola has come to elate audiences in the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Italy, Marroco, Canada, and Japan. Most prominently, he worked with Yoko Komatzubara, Ursula López and Rafael Cortés, with whom he opened up for Paco de Lucía at the Leverkusener Jazztage Festival in November 2006. In Spain he danced at many festivals like the Festival de Castiblanco de los Arroyos,Festival Flamenco de la Alameda de Hercules, Festival Los Veranos del Corral in Granada and the Festival de Jerez.
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