Dulce Flamenco Internacional, Flamenco Dance Workshop at the National Hispanic Cultural Center (Abq), PNM Rehearsal Hall/ guest artist Carlos Carbonell, Cadiz, Spain
Carlos Carbonell was born in Cádiz Spain in 1979 into a family of artists. At an early age he took to dance with great interest leading him to the dedicated study of Spanish Dance and Flamenco with great artists such as Israel Galván, Alejandro Grandos, Mario Maya, Antonio Canales, Eva La Yerbabuena, Antonio y Manuel … Continue reading
“Appalachian Spring” weaves an emotional story through expressive choreography and heartfelt music. Martha Graham choreographed “Appalachian Spring” in 1944, during the height of World War II. When Aaron Copland began composing “Appalachian Spring,” he called it simply “Ballet for Martha.” “Appalachian Spring” tells the story of a newlywed couple in the untamed country of Pennsylvania, … Continue reading
Announcing to women of Santa Fe, I would like to offer you an opportunity to train with me at two mid-winter dance movement workshops. My teaching philosophy begins with breath and circular movement patterns. I create a thorough warmup to heighten awareness of mind/body/spirit/heart integration , focusing on initiating movement from the deep central core … Continue reading
El Pintor, An Original Flamenco Dance Drama at Maria Benitez Cabaret, July 21, 2008. Lodge of Santa Fe.
by Janet Eigner Theresa Cardenas, Producer, in association with Maria Benitez & The Institute for Spanish Arts Choreographer: Pablo Rodarte Advisor: Maria Benitez Composer & Music Director: Calvin Hazen Musicians: Guitarists: Calvin Hazen, Ricardo Anglada Percussionist & Singer: Francisco Javier Orozco “El Yiyi” Singer: Vicente Griego “El Cartucho” Dancers: Adriana Maresma Fois, Maritza Montiel Tafur, … Continue reading