Studio Flamenco presents...FIESTA

Join dancers, musicians and teachers from Studio Flamenco for a lively evening of flamenco music and dance. Featuring guitarists Aloysius Leeson & Marduk Gault, guest flamenco singer Zoe Velez, flautist Paul Hilton, percussionists Adrian van Nunen & Peter Fernee with dancers of all ages from Studio Flamenco.

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Adelaide Festival Centre Open day, 11 Feb 2018

Come and see a flamenco class in full swing in the Adelaide Festival Centre rehearsal space as part of the Festival Centre Open day!

To celebrate the reopening of Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre will open to the public for one very special day.


Guide yourself from Festival Theatre to Dunstan Playhouse through new foyers and behind the scenes. Take centre stage and explore backstage areas and dressing rooms. Enjoy Something on Saturday crafts, and music, food, and activities for the whole family.

Free Come & Try Flamenco Sunday 4 Feb 2018

Sunday 4 February 2018

  • 2-2:30pm- Flamenco Dance for children aged 4-12 years
  • 2:30-3pm- Cajon (box drum) for all ages
  • 3-3:45pm- Flamenco Dance for Adults (from 13 years & up)

All sessions are free.  Places are limited so bookings are essential by phoning 8272 7633 or email

All sessions held at Studio Flamenco, 318 Goodwood Road, Clarence Park (rear hall Church of the Trinity).
Proudly supported by the City of Unley.

Ángel Atienza Workshops in Adelaide 22-25 January 2018

Ángel Atienza will be visiting Australia for the first time and giving workshops exclusive to Adelaide in January 2018!


Ángel was born in Moron de la Frontera in the province of Sevilla, the home of flamenco. He has worked with some of the most recognised flamenco companies of Spain  and has performed in the  “Bienal de Arte Flamenco de Sevilla” a number of times.  He was a company member in the “Compañía de Mario Maya”  from 1991 to 1993 and was a founding member of the  “Compañía Andaluza de Danza” and, under the direction of the same choreographer, a member of the CAD (Compañía Andaluza de Danza)  from 1994 to 1996 with works such as “De lo flamenco y réquiem flamenco”. He has worked as a soloist  in various productions of the “Compañía de Manuela Carrasco” including “La raíz del Grito” (VIII Bienal de Flamenco) and “Así baila Sevilla” (IX Bienal de Flamenco), touring worldwide with these works. Ángel has worked in international flamenco festivals such as in Costa Rica, as well as Florence and Turin, Italy, where he shared the stage with Cristina Hoyos, Eva la Yerbabuena and Miguel Poveda amongst others.

In 2006 Ángel Atienza established “Ados”, his own flamenco school in Sevilla, a place dedicated to the promotion and professional teaching of flamenco. Currently the school continues on its path to securing itself as one of the key centres for flamenco in Spain.

Angel’s passion for flamenco has led him to share his way of feeling it and to share his knowledge and particular methodology.  Endorsed by his extensive experience as a teacher, each year he is invited to give courses and workshops throughout the world, in countries such as France, Germany,  Italy, Russia, Japan, Costa Rica and the US.

THE WORKSHOPS (22-25 January 2018)

  • Level 1 -Tientos/Tangos (suitable for students with at least 1 year of experience in flamenco)
  • Turns class (suitable for students of all levels)
  • Level 2- Solea por Bulerias (suitable for students at Intermediate/Advanced level of flamenco)

Timetable: (22 -25 January 2018)

  • 6:15-7:15pm Level 1 (Tientos/Tangos)
  • 7:15-8:15pm Turns Class
  • 8:30-10pm Level 2 (Solea por Bulerias)


Early Bird Discount Ends on Sunday 31 December 2017.

  • Level 1 or Turns Class (4 hours) EB $200 Full $240
  • Level 2 (6 hours) EB $280 Full $330
  • Level 1 and Turns Class (8 hours) EB $340 Full $400
  • Level 2 and Turns Class OR Levels 1 & 2 (10 hours) EB $425 Full $500
  • All workshops (14 hours) EB $580 Full $680
  • Casual attendance rate: $70 per hour

Discounts available for students aged 11-25 years thanks to the support of the City of Unley.

 Contact us for more details.


join our ‘Ángel Atienza in Australia’ Facebook group for updates and more info

I learnt from Ángel is his school in Seville for 3 months in 2014. His consistent and considered approach to teaching flamenco technique (not just footwork but body movement as well) helped me to improve so much. His artistry and beautiful style of choreography are inspirational. He is truly a remarkable teacher with a very personable teaching style who aims to get the best from every student he teaches
— Emma Fernee, Studio Flamenco, Adelaide
Ángel is a superb teacher. He is precise and methodical yet has an approachable, down to earth manner. I highly recommend him to anyone who wishes to improve their knowledge of fundamental flamenco techniques
— Kristy Manuel, Casa de Flamenco
Hi, all flamencas in Adelaide! I am writing this from Sevilla in Spain. I have been learning Flamenco from Angel since 2009 which was my first trip to Spain. Because at that time, everybody who I met in Sevilla was recommending me to go to learn from him. Since then, I have been visiting his school and learning from him every time I visit Sevilla. In my opinion, he is one of the best flamenco teachers in Sevilla because he gives very detailed correction with absolutely to everybody in the class and I felt that my dance skill has improved so much every time I learnt from him. He is a beautiful dancer and choreographer who has a great teaching skills. From those reasons, I hope that all flamencas in Adelaide experience his great class! I am 100% sure that you will be amazed!!!
— Sugika Nishiue, Seville, Spain