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Ana Duenas León

Ana is a professional Flamenco dancer and teacher who is a warm and encouraging teacher. She has performed throughout the world, as well as running a successful Flamenco school in Brighton. Ana creates a supportive and fun atmosphere and is passionate about giving a clear understanding of flamenco. As well as her teaching and performing, she has instructional DVDs and downloads that sell throughout the world. (Se habla español.)

Ana has been immersed in flamenco from a young age, having spent much of her childhood at her family home in Cordoba, Andalucia. Ana has studied with some of the best flamenco teachers and choreographers including Belen Fernandez, Ciro, Belen Maya and Mercedez Ruiz.

Ana has been teaching and performing flamenco dance for the last 12 years and has performed in flamenco clubs in Spain and the UK as well as theatres such as The Komedia, Brighton, The Pavilion Theatres in Brighton and Worthing, Winchester Cathedral, The Hawth, Crawley and The Hackney Empire London. Ana performs throughout the South with her Flamenco company Amor Flamenco created by herself and her brother Jose Luis and also has her own company Tormenta Flamenca that perform in theatres across the UK. They create a powerful and exciting live Flamenco show full of power and passion.

As well as her live performing, Ana's dancing and choreography have been featured in several television programmes and advertising campaigns. She has appeared on Meridian Television, Channel 4, BBC and has performed and choreographed throughout Europe for O2, Openwide International, Deutche Post and Formula 1. Her understanding of this art form has made Ana a real resource and she has not only been interviewed by BBC Radio and My Spirit radio but her writing on Flamenco has been featured in publications such as Sussex Life, The Argus, Sussex Women, Virtual Brighton Magazine as well as the Spanish Flamenco magazine Alma 100. Not only is she in demand as a performer but her strong visual image has been used on some of the top selling Flamenco compilation albums.

Ana has been teaching Flamenco dance in the UK for over 12 years and she now runs a minimum of 4 classes a week as well as running regular workshops and presentations in schools and education centres. She also runs intensive training programmes in Granada, Andalucía which challenge and inspire her students. Her work in schools has included, among many others: The Brit school of Performing Arts, London, Cottesmore Infants School, Brighton, The Oak School, Crawley, Brighton University, Chichester University and Morley College, London.

Ana is passionate about teaching and thrives on nurturing individual achievement and progress, and places no limits as to what is possible. She has also taught 2 years running at the prestigious Spanish Dance Society's summer schools run in London. Furthermore Ana has produced flamenco dance instruction DVDs and videos entitled An Introduction To Flamenco Dance™, which have sold throughout the world through her website Ana is a warm and enthusiastic teacher who creates an encouraging atmosphere in her class. Her deep understanding and love of flamenco, along with her patience and sensitivity makes Ana a gifted and popular facilitator.

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0044 (0)1273-506681 mob: 0044( 0)7939 938565



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People Say…

"Just a fantastic mix of choreography and technique. Actually learnt a routine one could repeat and perform with joy. Anna is the best teacher of Flamenco I have experienced. She is so open, warm and her ability to isolate problems and solve them is incredible. She was also so fun and it ws just a delight. The entire experience. A unique mix of holiday, and development. Also the quiet orchard was a magical place. Where one could feel quiet and yet with company - I have to say I did not really believe what I read in the brochure but this is a truly special place and retreat."

Georgina Roberts

Courses with Ana Duenas León

Flamenco Dance: Power and Passion
May 18th - May 25th