The Association for Promotion of Flamenco Luna Gitana is inviting you to come and learn flamenco from 17th September 2018 to 14th June 2019 at Neubergerjeva 9, Ljubljana (Center Premik, ballroom D).
Information and registration:
telephone: 031 226 815
Beginners are invited to our open house on Wednesday, 12th of September 2017 at 19.00and Thursday, 13th of September at 17.30.
Flamenco dance for beginners:
Flamenco dance elementary level:
Monday and Wednesday 19.15–20.15
Flamenco dance basic level:
Monday and Wednesday 18.00–19.00
Flamenco technique (beginner/basic):
Flamenco dance intermediate level:
Monday 20.30–22.00 and Friday 19.15–20.45
Classes will be held from September 17th 2018 until June 14th 2019, with the exception of the following holidays:
1. 11. 2018
24. 12. 2018– 2. 1. 2019
8. 2. 2019
25. 2. 2019– 1. 3. 2019
22. 4. 2019
27. 4. 2019– 3. 5. 2019.
Flamenco dance for beginners
The course is intended for beginners without flamenco dancing experience. You will learn the basics of flamenco dancing techniques, exercises for proper posture and flexibility, the basic rhythms and character of flamenco. You will learn one or more of the following dances: tangos, rumbas, sevillanas.
Flamenco dance elementary level
The course is intended for those who attended our courses last year and anybody who has learned the basics of flamenco dancing techniques and the following dances: sevillanas and tangos.
Flamenco dance basic level
The course is intended for those who attended our courses last year and anybody who has learned the basics of flamenco dancing techniques and the following dances: sevillanas, tangos, tientos and alegrías.
Flamenco group intermediate level
The course is intended for dancers with several years’ experience, certain level of flamenco technique and motivation.
Recommended equipment: a wide skirt, shoes with leather soles and 4 – 6 cm heels for women, and shoes with leather soles for men.In the event an insufficient number of applications is received, the organizers reserve the right to combine groups. Teachers reserve the right to adjust the program in accordance with participants' knowledge.