We use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. Read more…

Argentine folklore Spring WS in Helsinki with Pamela Roldán

El Ático Helsinki
Event organized by El Ático Helsinki

Get Directions

#var:page_name# cover

Argentine Folklore Spring Workshops in Helsinki with Pamela Roldán.

Dates: WS 1 Sunday 15.4 from 14 to 15:30 + Peña 15:30 to 16
WS 2-3 Sunday 29.4 from 13 to 16 + Peña 16 to 17

Workshops Main Theme: "Courtship in Argentine Dances"
We will be exploring the relationship among partners in diverse dances from Argentine Folklore repertoire, so we can move forward from the choreography to more subtle layers of interpretation.

WS 1 Sunday 15.4 14 to 15:30
"Chacarera and Chacarera Doble"
From the figures to the partner connection.

WS 2 Sunday 29.4 13 to 14:25
"Finding the roots for Zamba"
Walking the music to connect with yourself, finding your own story, your own roots.

WS 3 Sunday 29.4 14:35 to 16
"Emotion is the axis in Zamba"
Connecting with your partner through your own expressive movement, pañuelo en mano.

Price: 15 eur/workshop (includes the entrance to the Peña)
Peña only: 5 eur
Special discount until 10.4 for 3 workshops 40 eur (All peñas included). Limited places, sign up by email before 10.4 to get the discount : pampadme@gmail.com
(there is also possibility for private lessons by previous appointment)

Place: El Atico, Kumpulantie 1, 8th floor, Helsinki.
Please call to the number at the entrance door so we can open it.
Contact: 045 1038 388 (Pamela)

All workshops are for self exploration of the dance. We will review the choreography but the main idea is to work closer to discover your own movement.

During the Peña we will have the opportunity to dance others dances as well, the idea is to have a space where to practice once a month all what we have learnt.

About the Teacher:
"Born in Argentina, Pamela Roldán began her career at the age of six in Los Polvorines, a small town located in Buenos Aires province, dancing and performing with Ballet del Sur folk group in the local scene. She studied to become a teacher of Argentine Folklore and Tango at Instituto Folklórico Argentino and at Universidad Nacional de las Artes (formerly IUNA) in Buenos Aires. She has also studied many other dance styles such as Salsa, Arabian, Afro, Indian, contemporary and swing dance, among other health related therapies like Yoga and Ayurveda. This wide knowledge of the physical and emotional side of dance and movement allows her to work in deep connection with the students needs, balancing theoretical with expressive content.

She currently lives in Tampere, Finland. She has been teaching Argentine Folkloric Dances in Buenos Aires and Europe for about nine years. Her workshops are dynamic and entertaining, often leaving people deeply inspired by her grace and passion."