Flamenco Class at White Rock Activity Center

Photo by Catalina Rio Fernandez


Warm up your spring and summer and learn Flamenco Dance in White Rock. Flamenco dance has become a popular dance form worldwide because of its powerful lines, intense percussive rhythms, and the beautiful traditional melodies that cannot help but inspire movement. It comes from southern Spain and ties together the cultures of Western Europe, Northern Africa and South Asia in its unique blend of gypsy and folk history. 

This class is for men and women, ages 11 and up. Ellen Walton is teaching the class under the sponsorship of the Los Alamos County Recreation Division and the Pajarito Spanish Dance Alliance, a 501(c) 3 non-profit. The Pajarito Spanish Dance Alliance, (PSDA), enables the preservation and advancement of the art of Spanish dance and music in the remote region of Northern New Mexico through research, teaching, & performance.

  • Class: Beginning Level Flamenco Dance, Spring and Summer Sessions;
  • Time: 11 a.m. to noon;
  • Days: Saturdays, through May 10 and June 21-July 19, 2014 (Except July 5);
  • Location: White Rock Activity Center; and
  • Tuition: Free!

Photo by TK Thompson


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