Tag Archives: Spanish Dance

Energia, Spanish Dance in Sandton

Spanish dancing is diverse, but of all them the most passionate is probably Flamenco dancing. Associated with gypsies, this style of dancing has three elements, cante (song), baile (dance) and guitarra (guitar playing). All three elements were present in the … Continue reading

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Lunares, a review

I love Spanish Dance, so it was with real pleasure that I watched the most enjoyable programme put on by the El Rincon Flamenco Dance Company at The Fringe, Joburg Theatre. Many of the people on opening night wore spotted … Continue reading

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Lunares, fiery flamenco

Sexy, fiery and passionate Spanish traditional flamenco dance at The Fringe is a celebration of womanly glory. One of the first ‘real’ pieces of music I ever learned to play on the piano was a Spanish dance. I worked hard … Continue reading

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