Original Field Trips at Caló Gitano
Take your students on a trip to Spain without actually having to fly out of the country! For just $5 per student per hour, bring your class to Caló Dance Studio for a "flamenco field trip," a two-hour workshop where your students can learn about the rich tradition of flamenco dancing in Spain and Spanish language through interactive musical exercises, dancing, and singing. This educational trip will be so much fun that your students will want to take this voyage over and over again.
Contact us to book any services or if you have any questions.
Private Parties and Events
Caló Gitano also offers flamenco shows (in English or Spanish) for parties, restaurants, weddings, and private or other special events. Our shows are very interactive and energetic, and are designed to transport our audiences straight into the cultural heart of Spain. We even make sure that the audience members get a chance to learn a few steps and have fun with us dancing to some great Rumba Flamenca beats. You will surely be dancing if you are celebrating your birthday, anniversary, wedding, or any other special day with us. Contact us for availability and prices.
Flamenco Shows for Schools and Universities
"Olé el Flamenco" Caló Gitano specializes in live, interactive, and energetic flamenco presentations for audiences of all ages.
The Caló Gitano performance team strives to make every presentation entertaining and informative from beginning to end, and realizes that to make a connection with the students and to maintain their attention, the show needs to be personable, relatable, funny, and interactive at all times. With a certified teacher at the helm and an experienced lawyer and public speaker as the co-presenter for its programs, Caló Gitano is able to keep the students entertained, but at the same time make sure that the fun stays focused and educational. In each performance, the group incorporates aspects of the curriculum that the students are studying by reinforcing and reviewing what the students have been learning in the classroom, and by allowing the students to directly participate in the show by dancing with, clapping with, and constantly interacting with the performers.