CONSERVATORY - FALL 2014

The Fall Session will begin Monday, August 18th. The Fall 2014 Schedule is available!


FIRE INFORMATION

Dearest Flamenco Community,


On December 18th, the National Institute of Flamenco's home of 15 years at 214 Gold Ave. SW in Albuquerque, New Mexico was lost to a fire. The entire damage is unknown at the moment, but flames spread from 210-214 Gold Ave, and thankfully stopped at a firewall. Fortunately, everyone evacuated the building harm free. We have created a new donation form if you'd like to send financial support, offer items, space or time, and send positive messages our way.


National Institute of Flamenco Fire Donation Form


The National Institute of Flamenco is a 501 c(3) non-profit, so any donation you make is tax-deductable.




For updates on support, recovery, and building info, click here.


To find out ways to support the National Institute of Flamenco, click here.

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505.242.7600

flamencoabq@nifnm.org

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Artist Jim Vogel’s print

La Resurrección

is now for sale for a limited time!


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LA RESURRECCIÓN FUNDRAISER


The National Institute of Flamenco is thrilled to announce that artist Jim Vogel is generously donating 100 signed giclee prints of "La Resurrección" to benefit NIF's Costume Reconstruction Fund, as part of our Fire Recovery efforts.

 

For a minimum contribution of $300 you can own this limited-edition print, inspired by the fire that claimed the home of the National Institute of Flamenco in December 2013.

 

All proceeds from the “LA RESURRECCIÓN FUNDRAISER” will benefit our Costume Reconstruction Fund. This designated fund will assist NIF to purchase fabric and materials, assemble our costume shop, and rebuild over 1,500 custom flamenco costumes for our professional, pre-professional and children’s companies. To replace one costume will cost between $250 for a child’s dress to $1,500 for a professional costume. This fall we will be reconstructing 300 children’s costumes for Winter Recital, as well as two full sets of new company costumes for the Yjastros fall performance season.


 

We encourage your generous support to assist with this immediate need for all of our dancers. Through the purchase of this signed print, your $300 contribution will have a direct and tangible impact on our Fire Recovery efforts.

 

Vogel’s powerful theme and distinctive visual aesthetic brings unparalleled authenticity to the art of flamenco in New Mexico, illustrated in his newest show, "Cante Jondo," now open at the Blue Rain Gallery in Santa Fe.


To purchase this one-of-a-kind print, visit our online form


 

UNM WELCOMES ANTONIO CANALES AS THE FALL 2014 VISITING ARTIST!


The National Institute of Flamenco is proud to announce the first Visiting Professor of the 2014 - 2015 academic year is acclaimed flamenco choreographer and artist, Antonio Canales. He will be in residency at the University of New Mexico for five weeks during the months of August and September 2014.

 

Canales will work directly with UNM’s Flamenco dance majors; setting new choreographic works and facilitating intensive training through daily technique and repertory rehearsals.

 

Antonio Canales follows Nino de los Reyes, Sonia Olla and Ismael Fernandez as next in a star-studded line of artists in UNM’s designated flamenco guest line of Visiting Professors through the UNM Department of Theatre & Dance.

 

We are thrilled to welcome Antonio Canales to Albuquerque and the University of New Mexico!