CONCHA JAREÑO COMES TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA / OCT. 13-21 / WORKSHOPS & SHOWS OCT. 13 & OCT. 14
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CONCHA JAREÑO COMES TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA / OCT. 13-21 / WORKSHOPS & SHOWS OCT. 13 & OCT. 14

Madrid-born, Concha Jareño is one of the most outstanding Flamenco dancers in the world today. Certified in Spanish Dance, she gained the National Awards Matilde Coral and Mario Maya in Flamenco Art in Cordoba 2007. She has worked with artists such as Rafael de Córdoba, Yolanda Heredia, Belén Maya, Rafaela Carrasco and Isabel Bayón.

Concha Jareño began her studies in dance with the Elena Fernández School, and finished with qualifications in Spanish Dance from the “Conservatory of Spanish Dance of Madrid”. She then continued her studies Alejandro Granados, Cristóbal Reyes, Rafael de Córdova, and Antonio Canales.

Concha has choreographed the famous jazz-flamenco work “Herencia” with Gemma Morado. In March 2008 she created “Algo” her own production in the Flamenco Festival “Flamingo”, Helsinki, Finlandia. She has participated in “Bienal de Malaga”, “Flamenco viene del Sur” and “Festival de Jerez” as a guest artist for the “Flamenco XXI: Café, Copa y Puro” in the Compañía Dospormedio. She has presented her personal shows at the  Sala Triángulo in Madrid, “Algo” and “Simplemente Flamenco” which highlight the artist’s Flamenco skills from traditional to contemporary.

Since 2004, she has been one of the resident teachers at the Amor de Dios dance academy in Madrid, training many professional and non-professional dancers from all over the world. She also travels to present her invaluable style of teaching around the world.

Concha Jareño won the Flamenco Choreography Prize “Certamen de Coreografía de Danza Española y Flamenco de Madrid”, and second prize in the “Cante Flamenco de las Minas” in 2008. In 2009 has presented “Algo” in one of the most prestigious Flamenco Festivals in Spain “Festival de Jerez” and was awarded with the “Premio revelación” at the Festival in 2009.

Vida Flamenca welcomes Concha to So. California and is thrilled to present her for workshops and shows.

 

WORKSHOPS

Flamenco Intensive with Concha Jareño
Oct 12-14th, 2018

Join us for a 3-day Flamenco Intensive with one of Spain’s top Flamenco artists – Concha Jareño.

TWO LEVELS: Adv. Beg/Inter. ~ Inter/Adv.
THREE CLASSES: Technique, Choreography & Castanets
 
Fees:
3 Day Intensive Adv. Beg/Int level – $180
3 Day Intensive Int/Adv – $215
2 Day Castanet & Choreography – $140
Drop in Beg/Int – $65
Drop in Int/Adv – $80
Drop in Castanet/Choreography – $80
**Times – subject to change slightly based on performance Saturday evening.
 
FRIDAY
6pm- 7pm Beg/Int ~ Tech. & Choreography
7pm-8:30pm Int/Adv ~ Choreography
8:30-10p ~ Inter/Adv. Castanet Tech. & Choreography
 
SATURDAY
10am- 11am – Adv. Beg/int ~ Tech. & Choreography
11am-12:30pm Int/Adv ~ Choreography
** 1st Performance in Burbank at 8:00pm
SUNDAY
10am-11am Adv. Beg/Int ~ Tech. & Choreography
11am- 12:30pm Int/Adv ~ Choreography
12:30 – 2:00pm Inter/Adv. Castanet Tech. & Choreography
** 2nd Performance in Burbank at 6:00pm
SHOW

‘CUMBRE FLAMENCA’
Featuring Guest Artist Concha Jareño

Saturday, October 13 at 8:00pm
Sunday, October 14 at 6:00pm
http://www.itsmyseat.com/concha

The Colony Theater
555 N. 3rd St., Burbank, CA 91502
Pre-show Paella, Tapas, Wine, Beer & Sangria Reception: 6:30-7:30pm
(additional beverages available for purchase)
Arrive early & relax with a sumptuous Spanish reception.
Doors Open: 7:30pm / Show: 8:00pm
Free Parking

2 Glorious Evenings of
Hard-hitting Flamenco & Classical Spanish Dance!
http://www.itsmyseat.com/concha

Artists include:
Concha Jareño, guest dancer, Direct from Madrid in her Los Angeles Debut
Ismael de la Rosa ‘El Bola’, guest singer, Direct from Sevilla in his Los Angeles Debut
Foto: Paco Manzano
PLUS, THESE INCREDIBLE DANCERS & MUSICIANS:
Manuel Gutierrez, dancer
Daniela Zermeño Sanchez, dancer
Zermeño Dance Academy Members, Santa Barbara
Andrés Vadin, guitarist
José Tanaka, guitarist
José Cortés Fernández, singer
Diego Alvarez ‘El Negro’, percussionist
Nacho Arimany, percussionist (pictured below)
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