EVOLUCIÓN: Workshop with Raquel Heredia
March 8–11 | In-Person (Flamenco Vivo Studios | NYC)
RAQUEL HEREDIA is back in NYC for a 4 day workshop March 8 – 11. Don’t miss the opportunity to study in person with the best of the best from Spain!
6:00–7:30 PM Intermediate/Advance (Taranto)
7:30–9:00 PM Advance Beginner (Alegrías)
1:00–2:30 PM Intermediate/Advance (Taranto)
2:30–4:00 PM Advance Beginner (Alegrías)
$45 Drop In
$160 One Level
$280 Both Levels
*Pre-registration and purchase is required in advance for all classes.
ABOUT RAQUEL HEREDIA
Raquel Heredia, “La Repompa”, originally from El Barrio de la Trinidad, Málaga, comes from a distinguished family of artists. The daughter of Rafaela Reyes and guitarist Luis Heredia, she and her sister Amparo Heredia represent a long line of “Repompas y Repompillas de Málaga” starting with their great Aunt, Enriqueta de la Santísima Trinidad de Los Reyes Porra, the first Repompa. She spent her adolescence in the United States, where she made her debut in the NYC tablaos at an early age. At 18 she toured with Juan Andrés Maya, and then settled in Madrid to work in the tablaos of the capital city. A self-taught dancer, Heredia has performed in numerous theaters and Flamenco festivals around the world, and has worked with artists such as Antonio Canales, El Farru, Antonio Molina, El Choro and Pepe Torres, among many others. Currently she is a guest artist in tablaos such as El Cordobés, La Casa del Arte, Jardines de Zoraya. She is considered one of the greatest dancers of the current tablao scene.