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FLAMENCO

Registration Form

Ana García and the Dance Workshop present...

a weekend

R E G U L A R Please complete the form and return it with your payment (cheques made payable to ‘Ana García’) to: Ana García, 149 Green Lanes, Wylde Green, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands B73 5LT

N A M E : MR / MRS / MISS / MS ETC

C L A S S E S

technique

W I T H

Bulerías & workshop with

Ana García & David Nieto

A N A G A R C Í A

SAT 16 - SUN 17 ADDRESS:

November 2013

at The Dance Workshop

Moseley, Birmingham

TELEPHONE: The Dance Workshop, Moseley, Birmingham

EMAIL:

Mondays

If you can’t attend this course but would like information about Flamenco Shows or other dance, singing or guitar courses, please fill in the registration form and tick “Mailing List” and we will add your details to our database. Class details - please indicate the class/classes that you would like to attend (please tick):

BULERÍAS WORKSHOPS: LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 TECHNIQUE: LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3

£45 £45 £45 £25 £25

Wednesdays

BEGINNERS

6.30pm-7.30pm

* IMPROVERS

6.30pm-7.30pm

ELEMENTARY INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCE

8.30pm-9.30pm

BEGINNERS

1.00pm-2.00pm

* IMPROVERS/ELEMENTARY

2.00pm-3.00pm

Saturdays

All classes cost £8 per session, or £15 for two classes on the same day.

*IMPROVERS (for people with at least 6 months experience)

For further information please contact Ana Garcia on 07971 219904 or ana@flamenco-birmingham.com.

MAILING LIST

7.30pm-8.30pm

Would you like to try this dance form for the first time? Regular flamenco classes with Ana García also take place at The Dance Workshop, Moseley.


Bulerías & technique workshop with a weekend

Ana García & David Nieto

SAT 16 - SUN 17 NOVEMBER 2013 at The Dance Workshop, 132 Alcester Road, Moseley Birmingham B13 8EE • Tel: 0121 442 2286 Please note that you are booking & paying for a two-day workshop and the timetable for the classes is the same for both days.

Join the acclaimed tutors David Nieto and Ana García on this special weekend course of Bulerías & technique workshops, all accompanied by live flamenco guitarists, which will provide you with ample scope to try this expressive dance either for the first time or to embellish your existing skills.

TO

Bulerías Level 1 with Ana García

SAT 13.00-14.15

SUN 11.00-12.15 £45

Bulerías Level 2 with David Nieto

SAT 15.30-16.45

SUN 13.30-14.45 £45

Bulerías Level 3 with David Nieto

SAT 18.15-19.30

SUN £45 16.15-17.30

SAT SUN Technique Level 2 14.15-15.15 12.15-13.15 £25 with David Nieto

BOOK YOUR PLACE, SIMPLY COMPLETE THE FORM OVERLEAF.

Technique Level 3 SUN SAT 17.00-18.00 15.00-16.00 £25 with David Nieto

SHOES Students should ideally wear Flamenco dance shoes or boots if possible. Alternatively, strong Court-type shoes with a small, strong heel of less than 2” for the women & boots for the men.

TERMS & CONDITIONS • Bookings will be allocated on a strictly ‘first-come, first-served’ basis. All dance classes are limited to 30 students. After that we can offer you a place on a reserve list or advise you about classes at a different level. If you have to withdraw from the course for any reason after you have made the booking with us, you must let us know immediately so that we can re-allocate your place. If we are unable to re-sell your place and you cannot find a replacement yourself, we will be unable to refund your booking fee. If you leave a class once the course has begun (for any reason) we will not refund your booking fee. If you have any queries, or to find out more about the courses, please contact: Ana García, 149 Green Lanes, Wylde Green, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands B73 5LT • Tel: 0121 240 7828 email: promoagm@blueyonder.co.uk

DAVID NIETO David Nieto was born in San Fernando (Cadiz) in 1988. He started dancing at an early age with Maria Jose Coca, and quickly developed the passion and techniques required for Flamenco. He studied formally at the Cadiz professional conservatoire for Dance “Maribel Gallardo”, and has since gone on to win professional competitions in Cadiz, both as a choreographer and as a dancer. In 2007 David joined the Sara Baras Company, with which he performed internationally in most of her touring shows. One of David’s greatest achievements was winning the first prize at the “XIII Concurso Nacional de Bailes por Alegrias” organised by the Pena Flamenca de La Perla de Cadiz. David started to direct and perform in his own shows, beginning with “Rubrica” in 2010, followed by “Al son de ida y vuelta” in 2012. At present, David is very interested in teaching and choreographing as well as performing, and he has just opened the Escuela de Flamenco in his home town of San Fernando.

ANA GARCÍA • Born in Valdepeñas, La Mancha, Ana started her dance studies at an early age when she attended classes at her local dance school. She took her exams on Classical Ballet and Spanish dance at Malaga’s Conservatoire, later on realising that she wanted to make Flamenco her career. She then embarked on her committed studies with some of the great names of Flamenco - Maria Magdalena, La Chiqui de Jerez, Adrian Galia, Rafaela Carrasco and Eva La Yerbabuena - in Madrid, Seville and Jerez. Ana has been teaching successfully in England since 1993, with a wealth of experience with adults and children. In great demand as a teacher, she has been a regular guest teacher at Birmingham University (drama & dance department), and in Chester, London, Banbury, Gloucester, Bristol, Nottingham, Derby and Birmingham. Ana has also organised numerous workshops for Flamenco dance, guitar and singing, and has promoted Flamenco performances throughout the UK. In 2002 she started performing with her new Flamenco dance company, ‘Alma’, to remarkable critical and popular acclaim. Ana is a passionate and inspiring choreographer. Most recently she collaborated with leading European director Calixto Bieito as a choreographer for the play La Celestina, (a co-production between Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Edinburgh International Festival, 2004). Throughout autumn 2005 Ana worked at Montpellier Opera House, France, choreographing the dance of Salome in a ground-breaking twin production of both the Strauss and Mariotte versions of the opera (directed by Carlos Wagner).