Barefoot Flamenco is not a technique, but a way of interpreting Flamenco dance. Similar to Isadora Duncan’s experience in the beginning of the 20th century, I feel constricted dancing in shoes. I love the freedom and the lyricism of dancing barefoot. My choreographic voice in this field of dance involves a contemporary approach to Flamenco dance deeply inspired by the ancestral roots of this art form.
This is a Choreographic tribute to one of my Flamenco dance heroes: Antonio Gades. He was a non-gypsy dancer and choreographer well loved by everyone, gypsies and non-gypsies alike. As his sources of inspiration, he always drew from Flamenco as an oral tradition and as a folklore. This piece, which premiered at the Rakkasah Spring […]
Today, I want to share with you how traditional Spanish gypsy skirt moves go with contemporary world-class fusion music. Using the moves you learn on the exciting online course Spanish Gypsy Skirt Dance, in this performance I am improvising to the fabulous music of the ever-popular Beatbox Guitar. Many thanks to awesome Kaeshi Chai for […]