The Last Half-Century of Flamenco Evolution

With Estela Zatania

Join us for The Last Half-Century of Flamenco Evolution. This class zooms in on the last 50 years of the art form; tracking the journey from intimate communities and venues to the world’s stages and right into our hometown dance studios. Who were the major players in this shift? How has the widespread use of video and audio recordings opened the doors for a wider audience? What might the future bring? These questions and more will be addressed during this talk with esteemed flamenco artist and scholar Estela Zatania.

August 1, 2021
12:00 – 1:30 pm EST
via Zoom

Single class: $25

*A recording will be available for 7 days after class date.
**This class will be given in English.

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More about the instructor, Estela Zatania:

After performing flamenco professionally for four decades, Estela Zatania became a flamenco journalist and writer. She received a research grant from the Spanish government in 2003, and in 2004 was awarded the La Unión National Prize for Flamenco Journalism. In 2007 her book, “Flamencos de Gañanía”, was named best flamenco book of the year. Now a bilingual speaker in Europe, the United States and Canada, she writes for the digital magazine Expoflamenco, and other specialized publications.