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Flamenco Festive Intensive Course

Flamenco Festive Intensive Course

Add some festive flair this season with our Festive Intensive Flamenco course. This 4-day intensive course focuses on choreography, bulerías and technique and is taught by renowned Dancer Immaculada Ortega. 

In the course, you will learn coordination and movement of different parts of the body and consolidation of concepts which are fundamental for flamenco dance. 

Take this opportunity to take part no matter what your experience level is.

You will cover...

  • Choreography and Bulerias with Cristina Otero, Miguel Angel Heredia and Nuria Garcia
  • Flamenco Technique development
  • Flamenco Singing workshop with Jasmine Villalobos


La Escuela de Baile, 13D Amwell Street, London EC1R 1UL.


This intensive course is open to all who are interested in progressing their Flamenco skills. We do recommend a basic knowledge of Flamenco steps so that you can make the most of this course.


Depending on your level, you can take part in separate workshops with our Flamenco tutors, tailored to your skill level. 

Improvers / Elementary

10.00-11.30: Choreography

Higher Elementary / Intermediate

11:45-1:15: Choreography

1:30-2:15: Bulerías

Intermedite/Higher Intermediate

2:30-4:00: Choreography

4:15-5:00 Bulerías


Originally from Jerez de la Frontera, Inmaculada began her dance career at the age of seven, along with her brother Domingo Ortega. Throughout her career as a solo dancer she has worked with Joaquín Ruiz, Domingo Ortega, Miguel Angel Espino, Angel Muñoz, Antonio Alonso, María Benítez Teatro Flamenco, Noche Flamenca, and Ballet Albarizuela among many others. She also has had a long career of over 30 years as a dance teacher, including in her teaching both children and adults. 

She directed her own company Aroma Flamenco while combining her work as a dancer with that of a teacher. She has been a guest teacher at the Comandante Fortea Dance Conservatory since 2018 and has taught courses internationally in countries such as Japan, Korea, Israel, Brazil, Germany, Italy and the UK.



Nuria is Head Teacher and Artistic Director of our Flamenco department, in partnership with La Escuela de Baile, and primarily based in London, though she is a regular guest teacher at prestigious schools all over the world.  

She holds the Instructora de Baile qualification from the Sociedad de Baile Español (Spanish Dance Society).

As a child, Nuria attended a full time dance school and trained in Spain under some of the most revered teachers.

Nuria has danced in many top flamenco companies, including Paco Peña’s, Juan Martín’s, Fiesta Flamenca and Grupo de Jerez, touring extensively worldwide. For five years, Nuria worked in the avant-garde flamenco and contemporary performance group Von Magnet, which led to several television appearances.

Nuria has worked as head choreographer for numerous advertisements (including Sony and Nissan) and music videos (including Siouxsie and the Banshees, Miguel Gallardo, Robert Palmer and the Gipsy Kings). She has also choreographed for theatre and opera productions, including Harvey Goldsmith’s Carmen, Opera 80 (now the English Touring Opera) and most recently, ´Carmen´ for Diva Opera.  


Curious about where to start, or not sure what level you are? 

All of our courses are designed by La Escuela de Baile, a leading Flameco school in London. They follow the conservatory style training tradtional in Spain. 

Flamenco Beginners - For complete beginn ers to Flamenco, or those who a small amount of experience. 

Flamenco Improvers - This course is fo r anyone who has previously taken a beginners course.

Flamenco Elementary - This course is the next level up for students who have attended an Improvers level course.

Flamenco Higher Elementary - This course is for students who have been studying flamenco solidly for around 1.5 years, or have previously taken an Elementary level course.

Flamenco Lower Intermediate - This course is for stude nts who have done at least 2 years or more.

Flamenco Higher Intermediate - A solid knowledge of flam enco and technique is needed to enter into this level, as the choreographies are more complex.

Flamenco Advanced - This class is for students who are advanced or at a professional level.

What should I wear to a Flamenco Class?

Beginners should wear comfortable clothes, preferably a flared skirt (women) or comfortable trousers (men) and a court shoe or shoe with a boot heel. 

Elementary students and above (women) should wear flamenco shoes and skirts, and men should wear flamenco boots and comfortable trousers. 

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