FLAMENCO VIVO WITH LAURA – An introduction to Flamenco rhythm and movement
Passion, Creativity, Imagination – Flamenco!
Flamenco Vivo with Laura—An introduction to flamenco rhythm and movement is a two-day workshop available via ZOOM on consecutive Saturdays – August 8 and 15 – at 2:00 PM. The classes are appropriate for students ages 12 and older, their parents AND other adults.
The program is available through a collaborative partnership with Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana – one of America’s premier flamenco companies with home bases in New York City and Durham – The Clayton Center, the North Carolina Arts Council, and the Clayton Cultural Arts Foundation.
How to participate in the class
- One day prior to each class, look for the Zoom link to be posted on The Clayton Center social media sites (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter). The link also will be sent out via email to our contact list (if you are not currently receiving emails from The Clayton Center, you can join our list here).
- Use the link to connect to the Zoom meeting.
- If you have never used Zoom, visit https://zoom.us/meetings to create a free account and download the app.
- At the scheduled time, sign in to Zoom and prepare for the fun and excitement of Flamenco dance.
The class format is 30 minutes of movement followed by a 10-minute Q and A. Keep in mind that the workshops are sequential, with Day 2 building on Day 1. However, those people joining only day 2 can also feel comfortable participating.
Laura Peralta began her musical studies at the age of 8, attending the Manhattan School of Music and later the Johns Hopkins University. She began her dance studies with Omayra Amaya in New York City at the age of 23. Laura has performed in the NYC area and toured throughout the U.S. with companies including Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, A Palo Seco Flamenco, Soledad Barrio y Noche Flamenca, Pasión y Arte, Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre, at venues like BAM Fisher Hall, Jacob’s Pillow Inside/Outside Festival and the Joyce Theater. She was a scholarship recipient for the School at Jacob’s Pillow and has had original work selected for festivals. Laura currently teaches, performs and continues her flamenco studies in New York City and Seville, Spain.