Lining the walls along the narrow winding corridors are dusty posters, newspaper articles and photographs of past and current dancers, singers and musicians, who have been associated with the center at one time or another over the last 50 years, a virtual archival history. Then you hear the rhythms of tapping feet, clapping palms, stirring guitars and the spirited instructions from the "maestros" (called "masters," not "teachers") from the various studios. You peek into the open doors to observe flamenco artists in formation. The smell of hard-working sweat. The taste of yearning to perfect one's craft.
Amor de Dios, as the school is universally known- literally 'Love of God'- is the 'Mecca' for flamenco students. More than a school, a way of life and feeling about dance, where different methodologies are respected. The students should get a master and follow that master's instructions. If they can't, they should find another. The center does not award diplomas or degrees, but the professional formation and development for the stage they receive will serve them well anywhere in the world.
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