CLASSES

Private and group classes, where you will learn about singing, rhythm, guitar, flamenco history and flamenco communication.

THEORY AND PRACTICE OF FLAMENCO (Group Class)

  • Dive into the different styles (palos) : history, structure, themes and variations.

  • Sing the essential melodies, play the essential rhythms, acquire the essential vocabulary

  • Audio and written content

Prerequisites : no singing background is required

Advantages : very useful for dancers and guitarists who wish to know cante and history of Flamenco

AUTUMN 2020 - MONTREAL :

FANDANGOS AND TARANTOS

- Saturday, September 26
- Saturday, October 24
- Saturday, November 21


From 10:00 to 15:00, with a little lunch break.
At "La Puerta Roja" Studio (La Porte Rouge, 750 Mistral, Montréal, (Qc), H2P 1R6)

 

Session price : $277
Drop-in price : $100
(Deposit : 25$)
EARLY BIRD APPLICATION (until August 31) : 10% OFF !

FLAMENCO SINGING (Private Class - 1h)

Class goals and means :

  • Improve your technique and find your distinctive voice during one-on-one sessions

  • Learn traditional melodies that are sung professionally

  • Get comfortable with Flamenco rhythm and hand-claps (palmas)

  • Discover the origin and meaning of the style (palo) you're studying.

  • Personal training for a show, a recording or for pleasure

  • If you also play guitar : bring it with you! You'll learn the essential chords and rhythmic patterns to accompany singing and dance.

How much does it cost ?

  • Online (Zoom, Skype, Facebook Messenger) : CAN$40

  • At your house or in a studio in Montreal : CAN$50

  • At my house in Villeray, Montreal : CAN$40

  • Outside of Montreal : contact us

 
Contact us

"Don't thank me, said Colin. I long not for the happiness of all men, but for the happiness of each man."

Boris Vian - L'Écume des Jours

Alvaro Echanove    |    (438) 929-0024    |    alvaro.echanove@gmail.com
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