National Institute of Flamenco

Job opportunity: National institute of flamenco seeks Financial/Business Administrator

The National institute of flamenco seeks an individual with experience in overseeing a growing arts organization to meet future expansion goals. View the job description and qualifications by clicking here. Applications submitted before February 25th will be given priority. Interested in sharing this job opportunity with your media outlet or community? view our press release by clicking here.

Upcoming Events

 

NIF AND TANM ON THE MOVE TO THE SAWMILL NEIGHBORHOOD:

on December 18th of 2013, NIF had a terrible fire that destroyed our home of many years on Gold Avenue.

Every year on this day, we are reminded of the resiliency of the organization and our community in the face of much uncertainty, and we are reminded of the hopefulness of a new chapter. We are reminded constantly that our flamenco community is strong and deep.

It’s only fitting that we announce today that the National Institute of Flamenco and Tierra Adentro: The New Mexico School of Academics, Art, and Artesanía will embark on the beginning phase of our dream to build a permanent home in the Sawmill neighborhood. This project will have several phases; Tierra Adentro’s opening this January is phase one, and the Institute’s opening is phase TWO! Thank you all for being a part of our community and our family through the challenges and blessings. Óle!

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YJASTROS 34: THE RISE OF FLAMENCO

FEATURING DANIEL DOÑA AND CRISTIAN MARTÍN AND THE ORCHESTRA OF NEW SPAIN

MARCH 15th AND 16th


FESTIVAL FLAMENCO 32 ARTIST ANNOUNCEMENT

We are honored to welcome all of the amazing artists coming to FFABQ 2019:

Lucía Álvarez "La Piñona” - Emoveré
Israel Galván - FLA-CO-MEN
Manuel Liñán - ¡Viva!
Belén López - Flamenca
Olga Pericet - Espina Que Quiso Ser Flor, o La Flor Que Soñó Con Ser Bailaora


Registration is now open!


Offerings

YOUTH ESCUELA BOLERA

Youth Escuela Bolera trains young students in the graceful classical movement, castanet work, and stylized shapes of the Spanish dance form of Escuela Bolera.

Open to students in Child II, Child III, Child IV, and the Youth Training Program. 

$13 drop-in, 30-Day unlimited and semester unlimited class cards also available. 

YOUTH JOTA

Youth Jota introduces young students to and trains them in Spanish folk dance, featuring a different style of castanet work from flamenco dance, along with lively vertical movement. 

Open to students in Child II, Child III, Child IV, and the Youth Training Program. 

$13 drop-in, 30-Day unlimited and semester unlimited class cards also available. 

Baby flamenco

NOW OFFERED TWICE A WEEK!

Baby Flamenco teaches rhythm, coordination, and classroom etiquette. This class gives young children foundations for further flamenco study.

$13 drop-in, 30-Day unlimited class cards also available. 

boomers plus Beginning flamenco at a gentle pace

Designed for older adults and seniors. This gently paced class introduces adult beginning students to the fundamentals of flamenco. 

$13 drop-in.