Learn Flamenco and Spanish Dance this Winter at American Bolero Dance Company's Spanish Dance School

Flamenco and Spanish Dance classes for children and adults of all skill levels are available in Queens and Long Island at American Bolero Dance Company’s Spanish Dance School. The upcoming 10-week Winter 2013 session runs January 7 to March 23.
Students of American Bolero Dance Co. Spanish Dance School - Photo: Dimas Motta.
Students of American Bolero Dance Co. Spanish Dance School - Photo: Dimas Motta.
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Dec. 19, 2012 - PRLog -- American Bolero Dance Company’s Spanish Dance School is offering 10-week Winter 2013 courses in Flamenco and Spanish Dance for adults and children (ages 4 and up) starting January 7 until March 23.  Classes are held in Long Island on Mondays at St. Paul’s Ministry Center in Great Neck, and in Queens on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at Sol Dance Center in Astoria.

The Spanish Dance School is the educational branch of American Bolero Dance Company.  It was established in 2002 as part of the ABDC’s mission to preserve and present Spanish dance and music in its various forms.  Gabriela Granados, Artistic Director and Founder of both the company and school, is the primary choreographer and head of the dance faculty.  Instructors are trained in Ms. Granados’ dance method, a unique educational approach that follows a comprehensive age-based syllabus, combining elements of Flamenco, Ballet, Classical, Regional Folk and Character Dance.  Castanet playing is also part of students’ regular instruction.

Performing opportunities are available to serious and dedicated students.  Private and semi-private instruction can be arranged upon request.

As a dance educator, Gabriela Granados has served on the faculty of the Neubert Ballet Institute for over a decade. She has been an artist-in-residence at LaGuardia High School of Music, Art and the Performing Arts, on the faculty of Broadway Dance Center, a freelance teacher at Fazil’s Times Circle Rehearsal Studios, and a guest teacher and lecturer for the Dance Departments of New York University and Barnard College.

American Bolero Dance Company’s Spanish Dance School offerings by location:



4:30 PM: Flamenco Kids (Beginner)

5:30 PM: Flamenco Teens (Advance Beginner)

6:30 PM: Adult Beginner Flamenco – TBD, depending on enrollment



68 Grace Avenue (at St. Paul's Place)

Great Neck, NY 11021

Just 4 blocks from the LIRR-Great Neck Station (Port Washington branch)



7:00 PM: Flamenco Teens (Advanced Beginner)


6:30 PM: Intermediate-Advanced Flamenco and Clasico Espanol - Adults and Teens


12:00 PM: Spanish Dance Kids (ages 4 – 6)

1:00 PM: Spanish Dance Pre-teens (ages 7 –11)

2:00 PM: Spanish Dance Teens (ages 12 – 16)



30-16 Steinway Street (near 30th Ave)

Astoria, NY 11103

(By Subway: R or M trains to Steinway Street)

Prices (for 10-week course starting the week of January 7, 2013):

New students may be accepted in the midst of 10-week session at the discretion of the School's Director.  However, it is strongly recommended that they join for the full course.

Children’s Tuition (includes classes & registration fee)

1 student: $175

2nd student: $145 (For families with more than one child registered)

3rd student: $125 (For families with more than one child registered)

TRIAL CLASS is offered to new students for $20. This is considered a first day deposit if the student is then registered. Balance is due on the second day of classes.

Adult Tuition

Single class: $20

5-Class Card: $85 (valid for 2 months)

10-Class Card: $160 (valid for 3 months)

For more information, contact American Bolero Dance Company: (718) 392-8888 or http://www.ambolero.com
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