Here's a night of A’lante Flamenco’s most exciting music and dance repertory, with a spectacle of thundering footwork, chattering castanets, soaring vocals, and blazing guitars beneath the branches of Zilker Park’s oak trees and those bright Texas stars.
NunaMaana and H/BABRI Arts present the second annual iteration of this dance, theater, and art festival, with more than 16 performance groups filling the rooms and outside lawns of the Johnson house, providing an array of shows throughout the venue, offering a choose-your-own wandering smorgasbord of kinetic delights. And here's what Chronicle reviewer Jonelle Seitz thought of last year's experience.
Ballet Austin offers a wide variety of dance classes throughout the week all year long. Workshops for the absolute beginner adult include Ballet, Modern, Classical Indian Dance, Samba, and Hula. See website for details.
Flamencura is dedicated to teaching flamenco dance (and music) for all ages. Classes forming now for adult beginners, kids, and teens. Some youth scholarships available. Check out the full schedule of classes on the studio's website. Flamencura Music and Dance, 7113 Burnet, #111.