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24 February 2009
We go and check out a local flamenco dance lesson

We attended a local flamenco dance lesson to learn the differences between flamenco and sevillanas.  If you didn't know these two traditional Spanish dances are actually quite different.  Come and join us and soak up some real Spanish traditions.

If you would like some dance lessons with Eva you can contact her on +34 671655868 or email Susan at susan@eyeonspain.com



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4 Comments

Suze said:
24 February 2009 @ 14:57

I would love to learn how to dance flamenco, it's beautiful to watch. Thanks for this show I really enjoyed it


John (in the UK) said:
24 February 2009 @ 17:16

That was a good introduction to flamenco, which I suppose most of us know of but maybe don't know much about. Having the Spanish dialogue was great because it allowed the dance and the language to be put in the same cultural context (flamenco just isn't the same in English!). Being 1,200 miles or so from Manilva, I won't be attending Eva's classes, though.


Maria said:
24 February 2009 @ 18:23

Fantastic show and very impressed with Eva┬┤s english! When I lived in DC there was a huge flamenco society there!


Susan said:
24 February 2009 @ 19:21

I know Eva's English is really good. She is amazing in real life, so passionate and inspiring that I am going to start classes next week!



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