Workshop fandango with Koen Dhondt
Schedule: Sunday & Wednesday
Part 1 : Sunday 21/02 10h30 – 12h
Part 2 : Sunday 21/02 16h – 17h30
Part 3 : Wednesday 24/02 19h30 – 21h
+ individual feedback
No problem if you're not free at one of these moments. You will receive the video right after and you can see it before the next part of the workshop. It is even possible to follow the entire workshop on another day (with personal feed back session)
This lovely but difficult basque dance (Northern Spain) is a nice challenge for advanced dancers. Most of the challenge is in the dexterity of the feet and in the transitions between the different parts. The fandango -a dance with four figures on a 3 beat music – is always followed by an arin arin, with comparable steps, but on music in two times. Both dances are danced in pairs or in small circles. Koen teaches a workshop arin arin on the 3th and 10th of March.
- Basic steps and style of fandango on slow music
- Transitions between the 4 figures, with attention for the musical structure
- Gradually we will speed up the music
- Differentiation: A difficult variation for each of the 4 figures, for those who already master the basic steps (bonus)
Practical info about this on line workshop
A Google Meet link will be send by e-mail at 9h. Check your spam if you don't receive the link and add "email@example.com" as a safe mail address.
Connection possible from 10h15. Apero after the workshop for those who want.
The workshop will be recorded by Frisse Folk and that movie will be shared for some months with all the participants. It is forbidden to share this movie with other people in any way.
Feedback: We provide the possibility of short individual feed back via whatsapp or short video recordings.
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