Madrid-based flamenco dancer Primitivo Daza and his dance company performed at the former brewery as part of the Olé San Antonio festival.
As adjustments to the traditional ballet honor San Antonio’s history, it is an official Tricentennial event geared to children and families.
Students interested in the art of dance were able to sign up and take modern, jazz, or African dance classes ranging from beginner to advanced levels.
Ballet San Antonio’s dancers migrated from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts to the nearby greenspace to wow spectators with their skill and grace.
The sensual art form of belly dance is not just a tool for self-expression, but a way of life at Karavan Studio, San Antonio’s premier belly dance organization.
The 45th annual Texas Folklife Festival is just around the corner and will take place from June 10-12 at UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures, located at the southeast corner of Hemisfair.
I first caught up with Tamara Adira, dancer and artistic director of Arte y Pasión, in the summer of 2013 when she was just wrapping up her performance in “Dibujos de Travesuras.”
UPDATE: Due to the cold weather expected for later this evening, we will have to reschedule today’s Something Monday for February.
While backstage during the recent dress rehearsal of Ballet San Antonio’s production of The Nutcracker, I ventured downstairs into the dressing room area of the Majestic Theatre.
The passion of flamenco dance is both undeniable and indescribable.