Sevillanas Refresher Workshop

Sevillanas Refresher Workshop

Get ready for the Feria season!

Accompanied by live guitar and recorded music and covering all 4 coplas this session is designed for those already familiar with the dance but wish to brush up on their skills. 

When: Saturday 27th April 

Time: 13:45-15:45

Where: Jubilee Hall Gym, 30 The Piazza, Covent Garden, WC2E 8BE (near the Transport Museum). For directions to Jubilee Hall Gym click here.

Cost: £30 if booked by 20th April / £35 after

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What are sevillanas?

Sevillanas are the traditional music and dance from the city of Sevilla, their vivid style is full of turns. Sevillanas are formed by four coplas or parts  and follow a prescribed choreograph; they are danced in pairs that can be of any gender and age. In Southern Spain they are taught in many schools. With their roots in the Castilian seguidillas they were influenced by flamenco in the XIX century and have since become the quintessential dance of every Southern fiesta. You will see partygoers at Spanish ferias and weddings perform sevillanas with much flair and, despite very few of them having any professional dance education, this is really the essence of sevillanas: they are the dance of the people.