Show contestant gets local flamenco classes after mistake on national TV
Tiny tots of Albuquerque learn centuries-old dance, life skills.
For the last thirty years, the National Institute of Flamenco has their annual festival which has placed Albuquerque on the international stage.
Eva Encinias-Sandoval - Founder/Executive Director, National Institute of Flamenco
Just six months after a devastating fire destroyed the studios of the Albuquerque-based National Institute of Flamenco, the institute is rising out of the ashes and is hosting its annual international flamenco festival.
A massive fire destroyed the New Mexico Institute of Flamenco in 2013. Now the dance studio is making a comeback as it prepares to open.
Joaquin Encinias gives us a dazzling taste of what is to come at "Todo Es De Color".
Flamenco Institute breaks ground on new facility.
The National Institute of Flamenco is holding classes to teach the historic form of dance.
This was the 28th year for the International Flamenco Festival. The opening day events took place at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
The National Institute of Flamenco holds the annual festival every June and it features world famous flamenco dancers.
Fire erupts at Flamenco studio in downtown Albuquerque
Eva Enciniasis a one-person tour de force. Master teacher at the University of New Mexico and Flamenco artist, Eva is the heart and soul of what has become one of the most celebrated Flamenco dance programs in the United States.