Bio and Photo courtesy of Tablao Flamenco Cordobes: Antonio Fernández Montoya is a flamenco dancer best known as Farru and the son of the flamenco singer Juan Fernández Flores “El Moreno” and of the flamenco dancer Rosario Montoya Manzano, known as “La Farruca”. He is the grandson of “Farruco”, one of the most important dancers of flamenco history and the founder of one of the world leading schools of flamenco. His brother is Farruquito, who is currently considered one of the most distinguished flamenco dancers.
Farru will be in the Bay Area on tour with the Paco de Lucia Project (the San Francisco performance is sponsored by SFJAZZ on Wednesday, November 8 and is nearly sold out already). We are thrilled to have this special opportunity to study with him during his brief visit to San Francisco.
The workshop is a two-hour class, all levels, from 7 pm - 9pm on Tuesday, November 7 and again from 11 am - 1 pm on Wednesday, November 8 at the Carola Zertuche Centro de Arte Flamenco.
Workshop fees: $50 for each workshop in advance; $60 for each workshop drop-in
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