Fall Semester Online Classes by La Emi August 17 - December 17, 2020 To register visit www.emiarteflamenco.com/academy or call 505-660-9122 All levels and ages welcomed! Scholarships Available!
EmiArteFlamenco, LLC and EmiArteFlamenco Academy is committed to serving our community. We will be doing our part in cooperation of containing COVID-19 per Governor and State recommendations.
For more information call 505-660-9122. We pry you all stay safe and healthy! Sincerely, The EmiArteFlamenco Team
EmiArte Flamenco Academy is Now Offering Online Classes for FALL SEMESTER!
REVOZO, Arte del camino, ANDRO
Please feel free to like and share. Featuring poem, "Los heros" by our very own Centennial Poet, Levi Romero. Crank it to the right! - Vicente Griego
We are very excited to announce that Santa Fe Kia is now the official car sponsor of EmiArteFlamenco! Buy your next vehicle at Santa Fe Kia!
The subject of the Flamenco Dancer ornament is New Mexico native Emmy Grimm, known as “La Emi.”
One way the New Mexico Governor's Mansion Foundation raises funds to preserve and maintain the Mansion is to produce ornaments reflective of the rich culture of New Mexico. These ornaments are of the highest quality and are beautifully designed, so they are very collectible. All proceeds from ornament sales benefit the New Mexico Governor’s Mansion Foundation, a non-partisan, non-profit 501(c) 3 organization operated by volunteers.
New Mexico's Storyteller - 2018
New Mexico has played a great role in the development of the art of flamenco in its modern form. Due to New Mexico’s own fascinating history as being a confluence of many converging—if oft-times warring cultures—the state is perfectly suited to being synonymous with flamenco. New Mexico’s famous fusion of cultures and influences has taken something that began around gypsy campfires of Europe before travelling abroad and into court performances before the royals, into something that is accessible and relatable for everyone. With its roots in many types of folk dance, flamenco is now ready to command the grand stages of the world.
The subject of the Flamenco Dancer ornament is New Mexico native Emmy Grimm, known as “La Emi.” She was a protégé of renowned dancer María Benítez, and is now a powerhouse artiste in her own right. La Emi has danced and toured throughout the world, including training under Carmela Greco of Spain. La Emi has opened her own school, EmiArte Flamenco Academy, a professional company EmiArte Flamenco, and a youth company, Flamenco Youth de Santa Fe. The New Mexico Governor’s Mansion Foundation is proud to present this exquisite design, one that demonstrates the state’s unique connection to a proud and ancient art form.