Flamenco is commonly associated with Andalusia and Southern Spain. Its mysterious and fascinating origins lie in the migration during the Middle Ages of gypsies from Rajasthan to Spain where they encountered the Sephardic community and the Moors whose vibrant cultures, songs and instruments intermingled and gave life to the unique art form known as flamenco. Flamenco, declared Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO, is a universal art born from the fusion and dialog between cultures, an outstanding example of integration.
ROHM will offer a flamenco class with 2 dancers and 2 musicians from the Antonio Gades Company, before their performance in Fuego on September 7th at ROHM and in the Lunch Music on September 8th at the Opera Galleria.
The Flamenco Class will be divided into two groups, maximum 25 people per group. No specific requirement is needed.
September 1, Saturday: 4:00 to 5:30 pm
September 2, Sunday: 2:00 to 3:30 pm
September 1, Saturday: 5:30 to 7:00 pm
September 2, Sunday: 3:30 to 5:00 pm
Enrollment Deadline: 29th August 2018 (no registration fee)
Please note that number of participants is limited and will be enrolled according to the date of application. The Flamenco Class is a free-ticketed event.
Participants to the Flamenco Class (in a group of 10 or more) will receive 30% discount on Fuego on September 7th, 7.00 pm
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The Application Form must be completed legibly and in full, and sent to:
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