Whether you are a beginner or seasoned professional, T.U.P.A.C. has something for everyone. Classes for teens and adults provide a wonderful dance experience on a drop-in basis with no pre-registration required.
Adult Intermediate Ballet: Monday & Wednesday 11:00 AM. Saturday 11:30 AM
Open Contemporary: Saturday 10:00-11:30 AM
Open Level Classes do not require a dress code, please wear something comfortable to move in. We suggest you wear ballet slippers for Open Ballet Classes.
$15 Drop-in or save money with monthly payment options.
Flamenco is a complex art form that requires a deep understanding of its rich socio-cultural history, its diverse body of rhythms, the correlation between the singing, the music and the dancing, as well as mastering the complex coordination of footwork, arms, hand, head, body movements. This introductory class will focus on exposing the students to all of these elements, while learning choreographies appropriate for this level.
Marisela Fleites has been teaching Flamenco in the Puget Sound region for 18 years, and has been learning and dancing flamenco for more than 55 years. Her dedication to her students, her love and passion for this art form, make her classes very encouraging and fun.
Dress code: Students need flamenco shoes. For women, an ample long skirt is also required. For more information, please email the instructor at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Flamenco beginners - Mondays 6:00-7:30pm Fee: $65 per month or $300 if paid in full for the 5-month session ($25 savings). To enroll, click on the button below.
Flamenco intermediate/advanced - Mondays 7:30-9:00pm
Fall Session Starts September 14
Join us for Open West African Dance. Its perfect for dancers of all ages and skill levels.
$20 Drop-In or $60 per month
Awal Alhassan (born 1980 in Tamale, Ghana), is a master dancer from the West African nation of Ghana. Born and raised by a traditional drumming and dancing family, Awal has worked throughout Africa both independently and with some of Ghana's performance groups such as the Ghana Dance Ensemble, the National Theatre of Ghana, and the Center for National Culture Dance Troupe.
In addition to acting as the artistic director and lead dancer of the performance group Sohoyini, Awal teaches ongoing classes, workshops, and residencies regularly throughout the world.
Learn and practice dance, vogue, walk, pose, death drop and support one another for vogue ballroom performances. These free classes are sponsored by PCAF.