Flamenco Dancing Course. Spring 2004


Introductory Flamenco Course. Learn how to dance Sevillanas in 6 classes. Sevillanas, a folkloric flamenco song, is danced in couples. The dance is divided into four parts, that will be taught in four or  five classes. Last class will be a reminder of the whole course.
Join us, it's very easy and a lot of fun!

Every Thursday from 7 to 8pm. Course starts on March 25 (after Spring Break) and finishes on April 29.
Alfred Lerner Hall. Room E 477 (Dance room). Columbia University. map

By limitation of space and in order to guarantee the quality of the class, the maximum amount of people allowed to sign up in the class are 30 people (equivalent to 15 couples, no matter the genre). You don't need a partner to sign up.

Gloria Marina started her career as a member of the Ballet Company at the "Teatro Argentino". She has taught Spanish Dance at the Harkness House for Ballet Arts, the Saratoga Ballet Center, Skidmore College, Manhattan School of Music, and many other institutions. She founded the "Original School of Ballet" in Rego Park, Queens, where she has taught both Classic Ballet and Spanish Dance. Miss Marina has been a faculty member of the Julliard School of Music from 1972 to 1994, teaching Classical Spanish Dance, and since 1994 is Associate dance teacher at Barnard College.

Complete course is $30/person. It will be paid in advance.
Send email asap to Maria Jose Ferrari mjf2023@columbia or Ramon Verįstegui rv2007@columbia.edu