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​​Carmen de Vicente Spanish Dance Academy

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​​Requiebros Spanish Dance Group

Realizado por Katina Nicklas para la Embajada de España en Estados Unidos.

NEW SEASON 2017-18 STARTING IN SEPTEMBER 

​Adults on Tuesday Sept 5th

Children on Saturday Sept 9th 

For more details click on "Class Schedule/Policy"

*This profession is full of intruders. Demand that anyone "teaching" Spanish Dance/Flamenco to you/your child shows you a college degree. The only Conservatories that can give a degree in Spanish Dance/Flamenco are in Spain. Artistic teachings require years of study in a Conservatory (not at any other place) to earn the Degree. For a doctor, lawyer, school teacher to be able to practice their professions they must have a college degree. Be demanding  and ask for a degree in the arts!

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Join the only group in the U.S. to dance folk, 18th Century Spanish, Flamenco and Classical Spanish Dance!  




 

A non Profit Organization

​​​Hola! 

I came from Spain 20 years ago after earning my degree from the Royal Conservatory of Music and Dance in Madrid. I have studied Flamenco, 18th century Spanish Dance (Escuela Bolera), Folk from different regions in Spain, Ballet, and Classical Spanish Dance. It is a pleasure to teach all that I know to anyone who loves Spanish Dance, adults and children! Come and learn with the best in town!

$85 per month 1 hour per week! 

Different levels! More info call (703)-380-6440

This program is supported in part by Arlington County through the Arlington Commission for the Arts and Arlington Cultural Affairs, a division of Arlington Economic Development. and the Embassy of Spain.