MARÍA ANGELES FERNANDEZ
Mª Ángeles Fernández began her studies in Córdoba, her hometown, at the Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático y Danza, where she earned a degree in Classical Dance. In Madrid, she continues her training in Classical Dance, Spanish Dance and Contemporary Dance in the school of Carmen Roche and Amor de Dios with many teachers of renown reputation.
At the Conservatorio Superior de Danza María de Ávila in Madrid, she earned the type approval in the advanced vocational training of Spanish Dance Pedagogy.
She began her career more than 20 years ago as a professional dancer in various companies among which are: Suite Española, Joaquín Cortés, Cristóbal Reyes, Caterina Mora Flamenco, Pascal Gaona, Ballet of Helena Martín, Rafael Aguilar, Enclave Español, Hemedance , and Dançem. At the same time, she works as an actress-dancer in several plays by the Teatro de la Zarzuela and the Teatro Real de Madrid with important stage directors and choreographers, as well as in film, television and advertising productions. She is also interested in Dance Theatre which makes her develop her most creative side. Among her choreographies highlight Lola, Lolita, Dolores, these made in cooperation with Carmen Angulo and Remedios Domingo.
During all this time she has combined her career as a dancer with teaching in different schools in Madrid. And it is concretely when she became the mother of a girl when she began to be interested in studying creative dance for children.
Danza estilizada classes
The danza estilizada is a discipline based in three basic forms of the Spanish dance: the Escuela Bolera, the regional dances and the flamenco. By learning danza estilizada you also learn not only the basic steps of Spanish dance, but also the flamenco pose and body expression, which is very important in the case of Spanish dance.
Ballet or classical dance is a dance discipline focused on the total control of the body and its movements. Unlike other dances, in which improvisation occurs often and dancers are free to move arms and legs, each of the ballet steps is coded and corresponds to a specific position of feet, legs, knees, arms, hands, shoulders and trunk.
TRAINING ON FLAMENCO AND SPANISH DANCE
Training on Flamenco and Spanish Dance by the Spanish Flamenco dancer Carmen la Talegona.