A follow up to my Learning Flamenco Part I blog, this is an interview with a long time student of flamenco. We discuss her experience navigating this art form, what's changed in the years since she first started, and what we can do to stay motivated. -Cynthia, where are you from? I was born and raised in Chicago, as were both of my parents. I crossed the border into Evanston when my daughter was born in 2006. I have been a teacher in Evanston Public Schools since 1991, and I wanted Willa to have an excellent public education. - What was it about flamenco that appealed to you? I have been dancing most of my life. I came to flamenco in the mid 1990s when I saw the movie Strictly Ballroom. I

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