Nuevo Meetup: SEVILLANAS CLASSES + AFTER CLASS LETS GO TO THE BEACH !

From: Marissa
Sent on: Wednesday, June 2, 2010 11:35 AM
?Anunciamos un nuevo Meetup para Barcelona International Expats!

Qu?: SEVILLANAS CLASSES + AFTER CLASS LETS GO TO THE BEACH !

Cu?ndo: s?bado 12 de junio de[masked]:15

Precio: EUR3,00 por persona

D?nde:
UNIVERSIDAD POMPEU FABRA
C/ Trias Fargas, 25-27.
BARCELONA

Are you interested in Spanish dances? Why do not take some sevillanas lessons?

We have decided to do sevillanas lessons on a regular basis. Each class will learn an original choreography suitable for its level. The class takes 1 hour. Please, be on time.
I am Marisa (your teacher) I learned sevillanas with spanish dancers in the south of Spain (Sevilla) and I love the ?good energy? of this dance, and I would love that you feel it too. Come, we will have a good time! and : A BAILAR!!!!!


We will meet at 12:15 at the University Main Door (POMPEU FABRA UNIVERSITY) The class we will start at 12:30 and finish by 13:30, please be on time.
AFTER CLASS IF YOU WANT YOU CAN JOIN TO GO TO THE BEACH !!!! LOOKING FORWARD TO MEETING YOU!




SOME GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUTH SEVILLANAS:

Sevillanas is a type of folk music, sung and written in Seville, Andalusia although they do not originate from Seville. The Sevillana is an old folk dance, appearing always during the feasts, danced by couples of all ages and sexes, and usually danced by whole families and 'pueblos'. Historically, they are a derivative of Castilian folk music, spiced with a bit of Arabic rhythm. They have a relatively limited musical pattern, but rich lyrics, based on countryside life, towns, neighbourhoods, pilgrimage and, of course, love themes.
The choreography of the Sevillana is stable, and knowing it is very useful, since it is a fiesta dance.
Sevillanas can be heard in southern Spain, mainly, in fairs and festivals, including the famous Seville Fair, La Feria de Sevilla. It is important to distinguish Sevillanas from Flamenco, as they are often confused but are not the same.

The Sevillana is not an extremely energetic dance, as opposed to Salsa or Flamenco for example, so it is perfect for those who want a more relaxed session of exercise. You could also choose it as a complement to a more vigorous dance, in order to have a good balance. Do not be fooled however, you will still have to work hard to learn the steps as it does have its own peculiarities.

Obtener m?s informaci?n aqu?:
http://www.meetup.com/Barcelona-International-Expats/calendar/13668874/

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