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Class Schedule

Our Class Schedule

Mon­day: Tues­day: Wed­nes­day: Thurs­day and
Friday:
Satur­days:
5.30. pm - 7.00. pm: Inter­me­dia­te Flamen­co - on mondays in the inter­me­dia­te class we have techni­cal trai­ning and also learn bule­rias pataítas. New pataíta every month! 5.30. pm - 7.00. pm: Begin­ner Flamen­co - we learn pro­foundly the basic tech­ni­ques of flamen­co dancing, plus learning a cho­reog­rap­hy (Tangos) 5.30. pm - 7.00. pm: Inter­me­dia­te Flamen­co - on wednes­days in the inter­me­dia­te class we learn cho­reog­raphy: guají­ras con abanico (guajíras with fan) Pri­vate les­sons. Usually 1-2 times/month tech­ni­que drill classes and special bata de cola/mantón tech­ni­que classes
7.00. pm - 8.30. pm: Advan­ced Flamen­co - this class is a com­bi­na­tion of tech­ni­que and cho­reog­raphy, plus reper­toir prac­ti­ces 7.00. pm - 8.30. pm: Advan­ced Flamen­co - this class is a com­bi­na­tion of tech­ni­que and cho­reog­raphy, plus reper­toir prac­ti­ces

More information and applications:
+36205981335
bucsas@rubiaflamenca.hu

New Beginner Class starts in January 2019

New Beginner Class starts in January 2019

Have you always dreamt of dancing flamenco? Do you like the music and the culture? During my beginner classes we learn the basic movements of the flamenco dance profoundly, meanwhile you can learn a lot about the structure and understanding of the music, the rhythm, and about the culture of flamenco in general.

First class: 8(th) January, 2019.
Schedule: Tuesdays, 5.30. pm - 7.00. pm
Class Fee: single class: 2500 HUF, monthly fee: 8000 HUF
Where: Roxy Studio 1136, Budapest, Tátra u. 4.

How to dress on my first flamenco class?

For the first classes the most important thing is to try to wear a top and a skirt (or trousers) that gives your arms and legs plenty of room for unrestricted movement.

As for the shoes: if you don´t have flamenco shoes: you’ll need closed shoes with 4-6 cm high heels, solid-soled (not rubber). Sandals, sneakers, any thin-heeled dance shoes (salsa, tango, etc) aren’t great for flamenco dancing. Character shoes are fine.

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Bucsás Györgyi

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El Cuadro Flamenco de La Rubia