LEARNING FLAMENCO, PART I

I once had an Argentine tango dance teacher say to me that most new tango students tend to drop out within the first six months of taking class. I had no trouble believing that; as a flamenco teacher I experience that same drop-out rate among new students year in and year out. For the most part, new participants realize learning flamenco is far more difficult than they had imagined, and it's not happening in the time frame they had set aside. Part of this phenomenon has to do with context: this country is very results-oriented. Everything from jobs, to hobbies, to raising children, comes with a series of near-impossible expectations. The idea of undertaking a journey for the sake of the jou

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