Sarah Parra has been teaching in Long Beach for over 10 years. Her mission has been to create a community of well trained and educated Flamenco dancers.
Her teaching focuses on a number of things such as the dance technique, the structure of Flamenco dances, performance techniques, strength and endurance for the dancer, the understanding of cante , improvisation, creating one's own style, palmas, and castanets.
Classes are held Tues, Thursdays, and Saturdays in Long Beach at the McDowell School of Dance (324 Redondo Ave) .
Students that dance with Sarah enjoy numerous opportunities that allow them to and develop and explore their talents . Students have performed at Sacred Grounds in San Pedro, the Gypsy Den in Santa Ana , Tapas in Newport Beach, and Alegria in Long Beach . Her goal has been to share Flamenco with as many people as possible to create a larger audience and a deeper understanding of the art of Flamenco.
Beginning Technique 7:30-8:30pm
Advanced Choreography and 8:30-9:45pm
Technique ( Tarantos, Solea
por Bulerias, Siguiriya)
Intermediate Technique 7:30- 8:30pm
Intermediate Choreography 8:30- 9:45pm
(Solea por Bulerias)
Intermediate Choreography 10:00- 11:00am
Intermediate Technique 11:00am-12:15pm
Beginning Technique and 12:30pm-1:30pm
For a list of prices please visit the price list page