Joined: Mar. 12 2010
Pure flamenco/modern choreography w/...
Flamenco Latino hosts Rosa Olympia Estrella for a 2 week workshop at their midtown studio. A rare opportunity to study with an artist from Spain who fuses pure flamenco technique with varying dance styles such as Modern and Jazz.
Tues, 2/28, Intermediate 8:30-9:30 pm
Thurs, 3/1, Beginner 6:30-7:30pm
Sat, 3/3, Beginner 12:00-1:00 pm / Intermediate 1:00-2:00 pm
Sun, 3/4, Beginner 2:00-3:00 pm / Intermediate 3:00-4:00 pm
Tues, 3/6, Intermediate 8:30-9:30 pm
Thurs, 3/8, Beginner 6:30-7:30pm
Sat, 3/10, Beginner 12:00-1:00 pm / Intermediate 1:00-2:00 pm
Sun, 3/11, Beginner 2:00-3:00 pm / Intermediate 3:00-4:00 pm
Flamenco Latino Studio
244 W 54 Street, 4th fl.
NY, NY 10019
For info and to reserve: 212-399-8519
Walk-in single class: $25 paid in advance, $28 for same day payment
Two classes same day: $45
Three classes per week at Beginner Level or at Intermediate Level: $68
All six classes at Beginner Level or at Intermediate Level: $130
All 12 classes at both levels: $245
All package prices must be paid by Feb 14.
Pure, modern, technically-advanced, fluid, powerful and highly personal, Rosa Olympia Estrella began her studies in flamenco at the age of 8 with Enrique el Canastero and Mariquilla in the Albaycin district of Granada. She continued her studies at the Dance Conservatory in Classical Spanish Dance and Flamenco and moved to Sevilla, were she studied with Manolo Marin, La Tona, Milagros Menjibar and choreography master Javier Latorre. Rosa's dance training also includes jazz, tap and contemporary dance with instruction occurring in NYC at Broadway Dance Center and Jose Limon.
Rosa became a soloist and fusion choreographer from the beginning of her career and is known for successfully incorporating varying dance styles and disciplines into her work, such as classical, jazz, tap, break-dance, Balinese, West African, and many Latin styles. Her choreography includes "Flamenco Blue", a fusion of American Blues-Jazz and Tap with Flamenco music and dance, which ran Off-Broadway in 2000 and 2002; "Women of Quixote", based on four female characters of Don Quixote, which debuted at the Cervantes Festival in Bucharest Romania, 2004 ; "Hesperion", based on events surrounding a Sephardic Jewish community in Romania, commissioned by the Ballet Oleg Danovski of Romania ; "Angelfire Underground", a contemporary piece inspired by NYC, the subway, rhythmic pulse energy and dynamics of New York, which debuted in 2005 and toured throughout Eastern Europe; and "Travelers Dream Pub", a neo-classic piece set to various contemporary classical composers, reflective of a dream state, where desire crosses fantasy and dream becomes reality, which debuted in 2005 and toured through Eastern Europe.
Rosa has taught and performed throughout her native Spain, as well as Japan, Scandinavia, Canada, Romania, Austria, Poland and across the United States.
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For questions and to reserve: 212-399-8519