Flamenco Classes in Illinois
- Flamenco Chicago, 2914 W Belmont Ave, Chicago, 60618 -
Flamenco Chicago Studio averages between 6 and 12 weekly classes on its schedule, usually ranging from Fundamentals 1 (absolute beginner) through Intermediate. Advanced students who feel they are not enough challenged in our Intermediate level, generally opt for private lessons with Rosetta.
- Ensemble Español, 5500 N. St. Louis Avenue, Chicago, 60625 -
The Ensemble Español presents over 750 Spanish Dance Classes throughout Chicago serving over 20,000 students annually in the three styles of Spanish dance: Classical, Folkloric and Flamenco
- The American Rhythm Center , 410 S Michigan Ave, 3rd Floor, Chicago, 60605 -
Clinard Dance offers Flamenco dance instruction at every level. Whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, dancers will find a caring teaching style, an intimate studio environment, and a learning experience unique to Clinard Dance. Classes are small in size and private instruction is available by appointment
- Dovetail Studios, 2853 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, 60618 -
Melody shares her knowledge of Spanish dance which encompasses classical, regional, as well as flamenco. Classes are available at Dovetail Studios - please contact for more details
- Studio Mangiameli, 614 Dempster Street, Evanston, 60201 -
Attended by absolute beginners as well as seasoned dancers, Studio Mangiameli, under the direction of Director and Founder Chiara Mangiameli, is regarded for the high quality of its theatrical student shows, and recognized for initiatives such as the monthly Featured Student that seeks to highlight the accomplishments of its student dancers.
- DanceXpress, South Arthur Avenue, Arlington Heights, 60005 -
Flamenco is a traditional style of dance originating in Spain and handed down for centuries - it encompasses a wide range from Spanish Folk Dance to Classical Spanish Dance and includes an introduction to the use of spanish castanets.
- Studio Ritmo Flamenco, 1212 Evergreen Avenue, Naperville, 60540 -
Ritmo Flamenco was founded in 2011 with the purpose of bringing Spanish cultural awareness through Flamenco. Flamenco is truly an art form by and for the people. Flamenco continues to inspire and resonate with audiences all over the world. It has transformed itself over time to absorb multicultural and multiple modern influences. This form of music and dance has been passed down primarily from oral tradition, giving it a unique and powerful voice that has been embraced across cultures and borders.