I want to share with you a bit about the awesome place where I was born! The ancient castle and village of Montanchez in Southwestern Spain (about two hours from Seville).
My birthplace was...
Every culture has a way of relating to the unknown, the unpredictable, and the mysterious. In the US, we have Halloween, a time when we are willing to face death in the eye, celebrate our...
This winter, I am researching in Spain, my native homeland.
My research is not only for myself, it is to be shared with the international community of Flamenco lovers.
If you have a question,...
The beautiful dancer & teacher Najmah has send us two great questions: When did Flamenco add shoes? and Was it just men’s thing first?
Let's explore some answers...When did Flamenco add...
This little mic is just awesome! It works both with my phone and with my DSLR camera. Wireless and so easy to use!
I am doing lots of recording for my online academy. I love this tripod...
“Where and when did you discover barefoot Flamenco?” I am sometimes asked. I cannot say I “discovered” barefoot...
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Since 1993, I have been developing a barefoot Flamenco choreographic body of work that emphasizes creative self-expression and connection to my...
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When I use the term “The Archetypal Experience of the American Dream", I am referring to a certain mentality, that I have found in the US, which allows people to...
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