We are thrilled to announce a collaborative workshop featuring Venesualan choreographer Daniela Tuges, a master of afro-latin flamenco, and Bridget L. Moore, choreographer working within the African aesthetic and exploration of flamenco rhythms and its intricacies. The goal of this unique venture is to promote creativity, innovation, cultural exchange, and the appreciation of different artistic expressions. Stay tuned for updates as we venture into the realm of creation and collaboration.

Daniela Tugues la Mestiza & FLAMENCO BLACK/Bridget L. Moore


With over 30 years on stage and having been educated by genre masters in Spain, Daniela is a Venezuelan flamenco dancer, teacher, and choreographer with a distinctive eclectic focus on various dance genres worldwide. She has been the principal dancer and dance director of ‘Venezuela Viva’ and ‘Orinoco’, choreographing both shows alongside Carolina Lizarraga. Daniela has performed at Casapatas ‘the temple of flamenco’ in Madrid and has been invited to teach at the renowned flamenco dance school ‘Amor de Dios’ in Madrid. She appears in the film Flamenco (1994) by Spanish director Carlos Saura, nominated for an Oscar and winner of multiple awards.

 Daniela has regularly conducted high-demand teaching workshops around the world and is currently considered a pioneer of a new dance expression called “Flamenco Latino,” which blends flamenco with Latin dances. She has also been the principal dancer of the Paco Peña Flamenco Dance Company, with which she has undertaken numerous tours and participated in festivals worldwide. In total, she has performed in the United States, Canada, Venezuela, Peru, Costa Rica, Argentina, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, England, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Belgium, Romania, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan. The New York Times praised Daniela as follows: “Dancing her Tientos, Mrs. Tugues was a flamenco queen, as fresh as a low-slung car while she arched her regal torso backward. Her hands had a raw beauty, her face a gaze of sweet pain…”



Delving into Flamenco Black

Dive deep into the rich and diverse culture of Flamenco Black with our thoughtfully assembled collection of dance and music resources. To begin with, our meticulously curated resources aim to provide a comprehensive and immersive experience, allowing you to uncover the historical significance, rhythmic complexities, and cultural underpinnings of this emblematic art form.

Uncovering the Essence

Even further, during this exploration, you will gain insight into the profound heritage, intricate techniques, and expressive nuances that define Flamenco Black. Whether you are a novice seeking to learn more about Flamenco Black, or an enthusiast eager to deepen your knowledge, our comprehensive resources provide a platform for exploration and discovery.

An Immersive Experience

Fast forward to an immersive experience; moreover, this immersive experience can allow you to embark on a journey through the exciting world of Flamenco, gaining a newfound appreciation for its artistry and cultural resonance. Additionally, the world of Flamenco offers much more to discover.


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