The boleadores was originally an important tool for hunting within the native tribes of South America (especially in Argentina and Uruguay). Since the 1960s, the boleadores are an important element in the folklore. About 70 years ago, an Argentinian dancer, “El Chucaro” Ayala Santiago, had the idea of integrating the Boleadoras as a percussion instrument with a traditional dance of Argentina, Malamabo. Boleadoras consists of two cords with two (nylon) spheres. At the same time, dancing is made as music is made.
The teacher learned to play the bombo (bass drum) and the boleadoras (percussion instrument) from the North-east of Argentina in Belgium, Argentina and Canada. She has toured Europe with Cirque du Trottoir and played boleadoras as part of Cirque du Soleil’s Saltimbanco presentation. She is currently working on her own projects Amalgama and Sin Fronteras with Compagnie Zacatan.
Come and discover this course during the free session on Tuesday 21 September 2021 from 8 pm to 9 pm.
Collective course (10 courses/cycle)
- Tuesday: 20h15-21h15 (beginners)
- Wednesday: 19h00-20h00 (advanced)
Registration is required from the second course of the cycle. Sign up before 1 November 2021 and pay 10 euros less!
Attention! Due to professional reasons, the first cycle will exceptionally be 5 lessons instead of 10. The teacher will organise an extra weekend of workshops in November. If you are interested, please send a mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If necessary the teacher can vary the calendar in consultation with the course members.
€75,00 – €330,00