Would you like to learn how to dance Sevillanas? Are you interested in having a fantastic artistic experience with aprofessional Spanish teacher? Enjoy this typical Spanish dancing each Friday of February at NED Training Centre! We will start our Sevillanas classes next Friday 6th of February from 11am to 12am in Waterford class. Totally free for our students!
Sevillanas are composed of very simple steps so, their choreography is very easy to learn. There are 4 Sevillanas (First Sevillana, Second Sevillana, Third Sevillana and Fourth Sevillana), so we will learn how to dance one Sevillana each Friday.
If you are interested in having a really good time, book your place at the reception of the school because places are limited to 15 students. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn this wonderful dance! We are fully convinced that you will have an amazing time there!
Sevillanas are a part of the popular folklore in the South of Spain. Normally, they are danced by couples, but also they can be danced in a circle. There are 4 Sevillanas and their rhythm can be interpreted as ¾. The main characteristic of Sevillanas is that they are a vivid style, full of turns and hand movements.
People often confuse Sevillanas and Flamenco, but they are different. Flamenco is a form of Spanish folk music and dance from the region of Andalusia in Southern Spain. It includes cante (singing), toque (guitar playing), baile (dance) and palmas (handclaps). Sevillanas is only a part of the Spanish folklore and they are originally from Seville.