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FLAMENCO. LANGUAGE. ARTS. MUSIC. EDUCATION. Bringing the art of the ages, to the families of today The Flame Foundation is an arts education non-profit organization that specializes in educating and training young artists in the Dallas metroplex.
3630 Harry Hines Blvd.
The Flame Foundation currently offers a two free Flamenkitos Programs. Alex Sanger Flamenkitos: This free afterschool program includes training in flamenco dance, visual arts, and theater. Students at Alex Sanger are encouraged to register for the 2018 Fall Semester online. To enroll, you must be a student at Alex Sanger Elementary. A link will be provided once registration is open. Estudio Flamenkitos: The Estudio Flamenco Conservatory of Dallas will be holding auditions in the 2018 Fall. Students who wish to enroll in this program must complete the online registration form. A link will be provided once registration is open.
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Alex Sanger Flamenkitos After School Program
Estudio Flamenco Conservatory of Dallas
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In 2009, The Flame Foundation was founded by flamenco dancer and theater actress Delilah Buitrón and culinary chef/musician Troy Gardner. Inspired by a vision to bring flamenco to a wider audience, The Dallas Flamenco Festival was launched in 2009. The festival featured high quality flamenco performances and workshops lead by professional visiting guest artists. Since 2009, The Dallas Flamenco Festival has received international acclaim with interest from many professional flamencos from Spain and around the world, providing performance and training opportunities for flamenco oficionados in Dallas.
With the support of Ochre House Theater, the Office of Cultural Affairs, and our generous patrons, The Dallas Flamenco Festival has grown exponentially. In addition to the flamenco workshops and classes, the festival now features children and adult student performances lead by professional flamencos, and a theatrical flamenco collaboration with Ochre House Theater.