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Flamenco tango (tango) music
1 Class Projects

It takes about 2 to 3 hours hour(s) to complete each project.

  • Casual flamenco tango (tango)

Skills You’ll Learn

Colocación (colocación)

Let's try a training that calls for a sense of weight in the lower body and a sense of lift in the upper body.

Marcaje (marcaje)

Follow the beat, song, and guitar, and learn a variety of slightly low-tension movements.

Palma (applause) and pelvic movements

Let's add pelvic movements and applause that will enrich the feeling of marukahe.

Remate (remate)

I will challenge the power of lemate and flamenco to match the pinnacle of singing.

Create a work

I create a complete work by filling in other elements of the entire dance structure.

Work performance!

I will perform the work I created with musicians from appearance to exit.

Entrance cuts are rejected!

Speaking of the essence of Spanish flamenco dance, it is a unique and attractive movement with a sense of sensibility and weight that you can feel while communicating with the song. Sensibility, sense of weight.. It is a casual flamenco that leaves behind only this essence and breaks down other entry barriers.

Enjoy playing at home with local Spanish musicians without flamenco shoes.

The appeal of flamenco is that you only enjoy watching a performance?

Spain.. It's a European country, but it is said that in Spain you can feel something that other European countries don't have. A prime example of this is probably flamenco (flamenco). If you have traveled to Spain and were impressed by the flamenco at the Tablao (Tablao) venue, you probably wanted to learn about it at least once.


A level of foot step technique that you can't even guess how many years you've been training for, powerful and dynamic body movements, and facial expressions and feelings that are a bit burdensome to follow.. Plus flamenco shoes, safe floors, and noise-proof studios...

Is it really possible to play flamenco only if these many conditions are met?

My answer is “NO.”

The origin of flamenco can be found not only in Spain and Gypsy culture, but also in the fusion of various cultures from a wide range of regions where Spain expanded during the Age of Sailing. In other words, birth itself is universal. Therefore, there can be a variety of ways to enjoy and taste, and I think this should be respected.

Instead of just seeing it as a unique dance from a different culture, why not approach it without hesitation as a Korean who loves so-called gamu?

Creating a body posture for dancing (colocación)

The prerequisites for flamenco movement are strength and weight directed to the ground.

In order to create this, I will apply the feeling of flamenco to my body little by little through training to find the senses of our body and maintain proper posture.

The reward for going through this process of fully feeling and examining my body is... I think I'm gradually becoming prettier.

Little tips you will get in addition to this; Why do flamenco dancers have similar expressions? Look for a hint in this answer.

Learn various movements to fill music (marcaje)

First, let's learn a variety of Marcahe movements according to the beat. Start with simple steps and expand to a variety of movements.

Encounter with flamenco music

Listen to tango (tango) songs by local musicians in Seville, Spain. I will try to match the Marukahe movements I learned earlier to the song.

There's music, so I need to “dance” a little more, right? Add pelvic movements and applause to enrich the feeling.

You'll naturally get to know the songs while singing like this.

A point that radiates passion (remate)

You can't miss a lemate action that will agree with the decisive part of the song, right? Challenge the power of flamenco to the beat.

Dance to the peak of the song (remate)

Find the decisive point of the tango song that you've become more familiar with and try adding lemate movements. You'll feel a double sense of joy in the synergy with the drama created with the music.

Create a work

Follow the traditional structure of Tablao-style dance to create a complete tango work from appearance to exit. Define the nature of the music and dance of each block that makes up the entire work, and create a choreography.

Local Sevilla musicians who will create music for our own work.. Your time with them will be a precious memory.



Lole flamenca

Lole flamenca

A long time ago, after learning flamenco and enjoying it for a long time because I thought it would be a good fit for me, I think my curiosity about its essence grew so much that I couldn't handle it. Eventually, in the summer of 2016, I went to Seville, the capital of Andalusia, the home of flamenco, to study flamenco.

While studying a lot of dance here in Seville, I always keep in mind that communication with guitar and cante (cante: singing) is important. Actually, there's something I don't need to stress... They said that music acts as a “positive emotion enhancer.” Also, flamenco dance blends closely and delicately with this kind of music. I think this is why many people who have watched flamenco already love it from the bottom of their hearts.

Also, in the world of flamenco, where the individuality and tastes of individual artists are expressed simultaneously, the system is not very visible in some ways... I also study the history and theory of flamenco as part of my effort to find my way. This is because if we know how the world has changed and developed, we can embrace it with a more open perspective.

As a person who has experienced everything firsthand from the beginning to the professional level, I want to be a creator who understands and communicates various ideas and needs (needs). I'm already writing on my blog to share with people who are learning flamenco, but I'm thinking about meeting more people in this class.

We look forward to receiving your interest and feedback from those who want to experience something new or who have left an impression on flamenco.

Thank you

  • Dance (baile)

Attended at Escuela Flamenca Juan Polvillo. (2016-)

The main teachers who teach at this academy (bailaores: dancers)

: Juan Polvillo, La Choni, Susana Casas, La Moneta, La Piñona,

Mercedes de Córdoba, Marta Arias, El Junco, Soraya Clavijo

  • acompañamiento (acompañamiento: performance form with guitar and song)

Fundación Cristina Heeren - Attended Comunicación Flamenca classes. (2018 to 2020)

  • History, theory

Juan Vergillos completed classes (la historia del flamenco). (2017-2018)

Completed the XII Edición de Flamenco en Red 2021 semester.

  • Performed locally in Seville

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