Flamenco Dance Workshop For People With Parkinson’s
Oscar Nieto is an award-winning dancer, singer, choreographer and teacher. He has been teaching flamenco and Spanish dance for over 50 years. In 2016 he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. Although it s a progressive disease with no known cure, it is becoming apparent that exercise, especially dance in combination with music has a therapeutic effect on those who are living with Parkinson’s.
To register contact Oscar at:
Dates: Tuesdays, September 10, 17, 24 & October 1, 2019
Time: 11:00am to 12:00pm
Fee: $15.00 Drop-in or $30.00 for all three sessions
Location: Vancouver Tap Dance Society Studio, 2775 East Hastings Street
Flamenco Cante, Bulerias
Famed Maestro Oscar Nieto imparts knowledge about flamenco and demystifies Bulerias, teaching Bulerias cante and how it relates to the dance. You don’t have to be a singer to try this course, you must come with open mind to explore 12 compas, Bulerias song and culture in a group class 1.5 hours. All levels accepted, welcoming musicians, dancers and afficionados. This course analyses flamenco rhythm and Phrygian mode.
To register contact Mozaico at:
Saturday September 21 – 1:00-2:30pm – One day only!
Flamenco Cante for beginners studying Bulerias
Fee: $38 + GST
Location: The Rhythm Room, 109 – 3701 Hastings Street, Burnaby