At El Lucero school we have a team of professionals specialized in the different areas of flamenco and Spanish dance teaching. Whether you want to learn how to dance flamenco or sevillanas, how to hand-clap, how to play the flamenco cajón and Spanish guitar or how to sing flamenco, our teachers will help you achieve your goals.
We don’t forget the emotional well-being of people either. Therefore, in our staff you will also find teachers of zumba, yoga, pilates, meditation and Chi Kung and Reiki that will help you connect with your inner self and balance your energies.
María Angeles Fernandez
We give our warmest welcome to Cayetano Laorden as our new teacher of Caribbean dances. With wide experience in the artistic world, this dancer and choreographer comes to our school to move it to the beat of the Caribbean.
Marta is a flamenco dancer and teacher in several of El Lucero’s flamenco and Spanish dance courses. With her you will learn to dance sevillanas, you will know what is the flamenco combo and the bases of flamenco dance.
María Ángeles Fernandez
For the stylized dance classes in the team of El Lucero we have Mª Ángeles who will teach you to acquire a technical knowledge of various styles of Spanish dance and you will learn choreographies that show the art for a good interpretation of Spanish dance.
Andrés Heredia started professionally playing at the age of sixteen in the famous tablao “Los Canasteros” of the Spanish flamenco singer Manolo Caracol. A year later he started working in the tablao “Los Cabales”.
During his long career in Flamenco, Daniel has collaborated with many important artists, companies and institutions. He has been a teacher and artist at the Conservatorio Profesional de Danza for 18 years, and has been awarded numerous prizes for his musical pieces.
From a very early age, he became interested in art and at the age of 14, he discovered percussion instruments, of which he specialized in the flamenco cajón (box drum).
Ileana first met Spanish dance and flamenco at the age of 6 and quickly fell in love with it. She has worked with several American and Spanish companies, touring prestigious theaters and festivals.
María Cruz was born in 2001 in Madrid. She began her dance studies at the age of 3. Since then, she has been training with great artists of today’s flamenco scene.
Carlos is a Spanish dancer, choreographer and artistic director, founder of the Rojas y Rodríguez Company (New Spanish Ballet).
Jesús Salazar Serrano, with the artistic name of Nael Salazar, is one of the latest additions to our center.