Angela Alonso

flamenco teacher

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London, United Kingdom
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Angela Alonso was born in Almeria, in southern Spain. She was brought up in an environment where music and dance played an important role. Her aunt, Trinidad Garcia, a Flamenco and Ballet Teacher herself, introduced Angela to this art form at the age of four. From that moment until today, Flamenco has become a way of life for her. Since then she has learned from remarkable dancers and choreographers like Manolo Marin and Chiqui de Jerez, and participate in official national and international events and dance festivals (Moscow, Tel-Aviv, Lisbon, Istanbul, Paris, Marrakesh). Angela has been touring worldwide since the early age of 13.

Her passion for flamenco and dance encouraged her to create Ilusion Flamenca! Dance school & Production Company shortly after her arrival in London. Her choreographies are a mix of different type of dance including traditional Flamenco styles and fusions with Arabic and contemporary dance. Music and cultures linked by Flamenco making her style distinctive and incomparable.

Through energetic and powerful footwork, Angela will introduce you to the mystery of flamenco, a passionate dance form of gypsy origin. Learn more about the art of flamenco and its enchanting Spanish rhythms as this diva of the dance-floor burns her passion on the stage inspired by flamenco haunting guitars and vocals. Expect a sensational performance of Spanish dance in its purest form with beautiful visuals and outstanding talent. The result is explosive.

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Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.

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Classes can be paid as drop in or per term. Please refer to our website for further info www.ilusionflamenca.co.uk or email us [email protected]


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