January 29, 30 & 31 Flamenco Workshops with Inmaculada Ortega

We are excited to welcome the talented Inmaculada Ortega of Jerez de la Frontera, Spain to Portland for a weekend of flamenco workshops. Inma is known for her beautiful upper body work and kindness, generosity, and patience as a teacher. She is not to be missed!

Location - All classes & events will be held at Stomptown Collective: 226 SE Madison St. Portland, OR


Level 1 ~ Beginning Baile (Tangos de Málaga)

  • Friday, January 29 [6:00 - 7:30]
  • Saturday, January 30[1:00 - 2:30]
  • Sunday, January 31[12:00-1:30]
  • $115  
  • Drop-in $60 per 1.5 hr. session ($40/hr)

Level 2 ~ Int./Adv. Baile (Alegrías de Córdoba w/focus on upper body movement)

  • Friday, January 29 [7:30 - 9:00]
  • Saturday, January 30 [2:45 - 4:15]
  • Sunday, January 31 [1:45 - 3:15]
  • $115  
  • Drop-in $60 per 1.5 hr. session ($40/hr)

Cash payments preferred


To register, send us an email.

50% non-refundable deposit to save your spot.

You can drop this by the studio or send it to:

Portland Flamenco Events / P.O. Box 25581 / Portland, OR 97298-0581

Watch her Dance

See Inma dance here and here.


No refunds will be issued to students who cancel or fail to attend class.  Students who cancel within 14 days of a workshop start date will be given a credit.  Portland Flamenco Events reserves the right to cancel or change the date of any workshop due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances.  We will do our best to notify registrants in a timely manner should this occur, and full refunds will be issued.  View our cancellation policy here.

Inmaculada Ortega

Born in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain’s capital of flamenco, Inmaculada Ortega began her incredible dance career at the age of seven with her brother Domingo Ortega quickly forming a unique artistic partnership. In 1988, they were presented in the competition of flamenco dance in the county of Cádiz, where they won 1st and 2nd prize respectively.

Over the years, her powerful and charismatic stage persona has led to performances with distinguished directors, choreographers and artists such as Jose Menese, Chano Lobato, and Antonio Canales as well as collaborating with well-known musicians such as Jorge Pardo, Enrique de Melchor and Victor Monge “Serranito.”

Since moving to Madrid in 1990, she has joined as soloist in the dance companies of Joaquin Ruiz, Domingo Ortega, Angel Muñoz, Miguel Angel Espino, Antonio Alonso, María Benítez Teatro Flamenco, Noche Flamenca and Albarizuela Ballet among many others.

An accomplished choreographer in her own right, Inmaculada is artistic director of her own company “Aroma Flamenco” along with dancer Antonio Hidalgo gracing the world’s finest stages with her breath-taking and inimitable style.

She has performed in the prestigious tablaos of Madrid such as, Corral de la Morería, Casa Patas, Corral de la Pacheca, Café de Chinitas, Las Tablas, and Las Carboneras.

Stand-out performances include: Festival Suma Flamenca of Madrid,  Flamenco Festival of Jerez 2007 and 2008, International Flamenco Festival of Albuquerque 2008, Womad Festival in the Canary Islands, the Philharmonic of Munich,  the tenth Anniversary of the International Day of the Dance, celebrated in the “Teatro Albéniz” of Madrid, the Exposición Universal of Seville, the following Universal Exhibition in Taejon, the Joyce Theatre of New York,  The Majestic Theatre of Dallas, Dance Festival of Jacob's Pillow, Palau de la Musica In Barcelona, and at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre in Hollywood.

Currently, Inmaculada organizes and directs the annual flamenco workshop series “Miraflores” an event which has garnered great international praise, as well as workshops in countries such as, Japan, Israel, Brazil, Germany, Italy, the U.S. and England and at Madrid’s famous flamenco school “Amor de Dios.”