EXPLORE the ECDP!
Find out about our Education and Creative Development Program
5 Qs 4 Interview Series *NEW!
Dotdotdot interviews different flamenco artists about their work
Upcoming online and in-person opportunities to study with Dotdotdot
About the ECDP
Dotdotdot Dance’s ECDP is an online and in studio programme of classes, workshops and bitesize resources around the themes of traditional and experimental flamenco that align with the company’s practice and creative process. Member's of the ECDP have access to the online resource platform as well as discounts on all activities. Find out more!
The programme is run by Dotdotdot’s Artistic Directors Magdalena Mannion and Noemí Luz and features exclusive interviews by guest artists from the flamenco and contemporary dance world, to offer different perspectives and ways into the broad spectrum of flamenco.
5 Qs 4 Interview Series
5Qs4 is a free series of interviews with different international flamenco artists. Dotdotdot approaches a range of different artists who are working with flamenco in diverse ways to give a window into the broad spectrum of flamenco, hearing all about their work and where they're coming from and shedding some light on their creative processes.
Flamenco dancer and creative Pia del Norte tells us about her flamenco, what moves her to create, and collaborating with artists of other genres in Sweden.
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Flamenco guitarist Jero Ferec talks to Dotdotdot about his background, the project Flamenco Queer & the expectations on guitarists in traditional structures.
Find out more about Jero and Flamenco Queer on instagram: @JeroFerec / @flamencoqueer
Flamenco dancer/choreographer Cristina Hall talks to us about her connection with flamenco, speaking through the body & improvisation.
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Dotdotdot Classes & Workshops
Activate body and mind with Dotdotdot Dance in our playful online dance training sessions. Enrich your own movement practice by getting inside different flamenco rhythms, dynamics & approaches. If you’re a dancer, actor, singer, performer, mover or dance enthusiast these sessions are for you.
We will be recomencing our Live Sessions in the new year.
For more information and to enroll write to us at email@example.com
Are you looking to work on something specific? Our one to one sessions are tailored to the needs and level of each individual student. For more information and to set up a class write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org . Dotdotdot also offer mentoring and outside eye to flamenco dancers working on choreographic projects.
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"It's a wonderful class with a very special approach"
"These sessions truly boost your dancing, your energy, push the walls of your living room & free all of the movement you hold inside you."
"It was really immersive for the senses & body. I can’t wait for the next one"
"It was my first
online class that really made me feel like a creative artist"
"you created a class that was really sensitive to participating from home"
Become a Member
As well as gaining you access to the Member's Area, ECDP Membership also entitles you to discounts on all our Live Sessions, classes, workshops and in-person activities as well as keeping you in the loop about upcoming events and opportunities!
*If you'd like more information about becoming a member send us an email: email@example.com
What is the Member's Area?
The Member's Area is a great resource for dancers and dance lovers alike as well as physical performers & singers with an interest in learning more about flamenco. It is an online platform with a wide range of resources that you can enjoy at home or in the studio. They take the form of bitesize video tutorials, audio sessions, interviews and link libraries that cover traditional flamenco fundamentals and spark your creativity.
The Member's Area contains:
Guided Improvisation Audios *including improvisations lead by guest artist Marta Botana
Video Tutorials with choreographic games & exercises
Using traditional flamenco repertoire as a source of inspiration
FEATURED! Exclusive interview with Blanca del Rey
Finding your Flamenco Posture Warm-Up Audio
Introduction to Rhythm & Compás
Introduction to Footwork
FEATURED! Introduction to Arms & Hands
Links to music for practicing
FEATURED! Introduction to the Bata de Cola (Train Skirt) *Includes an exclusive interview with Yolanda Heredia
Useful links with info about flamenco dance and music
Link Library of traditional repertoire videos
FEATURED! Link Library of Bata de Cola videos
Links to documentaries about flamenco dancing
This section gives members the chance to tell us what they'd like to learn more about & give feedback about their experience
Our brand new bata de cola series features an inspiring interview with maestra yolanda heredia, who tells us about her dance journey & the magic of the train skirt.
Check out our new Bata de cola video link library in the reference section & watch videos of bailaores known for dancing with the train skirt.
Photos by Natalia Fedorchenko & Paola Evelina Gallarato
Magdalena Mannion & Noemí Luz
Video, Website & Graphic Design : @la.sinetiquetas
Technical Manager: José Tomé
Photographer: Fran Fernández-Pardo
Transcription and Translation: Magdalena Mannion
With special thanks to:
José Tomé, Kieran Jay Ransford Johnson, Fran Fernández-Pardo, Blanca del Rey, Marta Botana, Espacio ZM & Pia del Norte.