❖ ❖ ❖ This workshop has been postponed, because Isaac had to urgently return to Spain to rejoin his wife, before the flight international ban went into effect, while the COVID-19 virus pandemic is being addressed. We hope to reschedule this workshop as soon as Isaac returns to the US, and are also working on a potential online video platform solution, for distance learning. Thank you very much for your understanding & arts patronage. ❖ ❖ ❖
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Sevillanas Workshop with Isaac de los Reyes
Sundays, March 15 & 29, & April 5th, 4:30-6:00pm
At the Cambridge Community Center for the Arts (CCCA)
Learn the first of four Sevillanas (Primera Sevillana), the famous Spanish folkloric dance, with Isaac's world-renowned special styling, detail, richness, & emotion, in this 3-week not-to-be-missed workshop!
$69 General Admission ($24/Session)
$66 for Students/Seniors/Public Servants/BDA/DAN/Union members/Veterans
$25/Session General Admission
$24/Session for Students/Seniors/Public Servants/BDA/DAN/Union members/Veterans
Isaac de los Reyes
Isaac de los Reyes is one of the leading Flamenco dancers of his generation. He received his early training under his parents, Ramón de los Reyes and Clara Ramona, performing and touring worldwide as part of the Ramón de los Reyes Spanish Dance Theater, and continued his training at the legendary Flamenco school Amor de Dios in Madrid. He has danced as a soloist for the companies of Manolete, El Guito, Joaquin Grilo, Gerardo Nunéz, Ramon el Portugues, Antonio Canales, and Enrique Morente. Isaac is a regular soloist with prestigious companies such as Ballet Antonio Gades, and was the lead dancer and Dance Director for the production of Bizet's Carmen, presented at the Royal Opera House Muscat in September 2019. In July 2019, Isaac recorded footwork rhythms for a collaboration between Stephen Marley and D'Angel. Since 2017, Isaac has been featured by pop artist Domingo Zapata at fashion shows and art openings in New York, Los Angeles, and Mexico. In August 2019, Zapata honored Isaac by painting his name as a representative of Flamenco dance on his public mural, Life is a Dream, displayed in Times Square in New York City.
Parking, Train Access, & Directions:
❖ 2-hour metered parking & 1-hour free parking
❖ Red (Kendall/MIT) station within walking distance
❖ Affordable garage parking (only $10 after 4 p.m. on weekdays, and $12 any time on weekends) at 350 Kendall Street
❖ GPS: Intersection of Kendall St. & Athenaeum St.
No partner or experience necessary; Dancers of all levels will get personal attention from Isaac and improve their technique, style, and flavor; Flexible hard-heeled, leather-bottomed shoes recommended; Festive/folkloric cloths encouraged.
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❖ "Pre-Register - 3 classes" for $69 ($23/Session) General Admission
❖ "Block 1 - 3 classes" for $66 ($22/Session) Students/Seniors/Public Servants/BDA/DAN/Union members/Veterans Admission
❖ "Drop In - 1 class" for $25/Session General Admission
❖ "Block 2 - 1 classes" for $24/Session Students/Seniors/Public Servants/BDA/DAN/Union members/Veterans Admission
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