Flamenco del Sol

Flamenco del Sol

Academia Flamenco del Sol was founded overseas in 1993 and became established in Central Florida in 1999 when Director Tammy Weber de Millar, a graduate of Lake Mary High School and University of Central Florida moved back to the U.S. from South America.  Flamenco del Sol is known for a pure focus on flamenco arts with all bi-lingual classes.  The students are taught theory as well as flamenco dance and theatrical arts.  The professional company has captivated audiences nightly at Central Florida theme parks for two decades and many other fine venues throughout the U.S. and Caribbean. The academy and professional companies have delighted audiences and critics alike with a flurry of productions including critically lauded performances at the Orlando Fringe Festival.  Flamenco del Sol productions include “Romeo y Julieta” featuring the direction, choreography and dance of Madrid-based Carlos Rodriguez Gonzalez, artistic director of Spain’s Got Talent,  “Carmen”–which played for a full two years in numerous theaters, “Corazon Flamenco” featuring international flamenco star, Angel Rojas, “El Amor Brujo”, “Camino Flamenco”, award-winning “Misa Flamenca”, as well as “Pasion Flamenca”.  The academy sponsors master classes and workshops several times each year with Spain’s most elite flamenco dancers right here at the Seminole County location.

Flamenco del Sol’s roots in education go even deeper. Director Tammy Weber de Millar discovered Flamenco as her life path during a UCF study abroad trip in 1984. She went on to pursue a Master of Science in Spanish Education and inaugurated Academia Flamenco del Sol first in South America in 1993, then in the U.S. in 1999.  She has dedicated her career to teaching Flamenco and well as Spanish language Pre-K through college level. Her professional career also includes over fifteen years as a publisher, conceptualizing and developing World Language materials for K-16 markets along with creating and delivering professional development programming for World Language teachers and professors.




  1662 Swallowtail Lane, Sanford, FL 32771



In-school Flamenco Dance Residency

Program description

Immerse your students in a full week of authentic flamenco instruction where your students will experience all the history (5 continents worth), color and intricacies of flamenco dance in a fun, bi-lingual, interactive environment.  They will start with the heartbeat of flamenco–the ‘compas’–the beat that breathes life into the dance and build that dance with unique posture, powerful footwork, graceful arms and beautiful expression that will take their artistic experience and communication to a whole new level.

Booking / scheduling contact

Tammy Weber de Millar



Program detail
Artistic discipline: Dance, Multi-discipline
Cultural Origin: African, Asian, European, Latino, Middle Eastern, Multicultural
Program type: In-School Workshops & Classes, Online & Streaming
Population served: Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Subject: Fine Arts: Dance, Other
Bilingual: Yes
Available dates:

We will work with your schedule.

Available times:

We will work with your schedule.

Length of program: 45-50 minutes
Space / technical requirements:

Dance room or theater preferred.



Fees / Ticketing:

$ 650 for a week of 50 minute workshops culminating with a choreography.


Performs criminal background checks on staff with youth contact: Yes
Maintains general liability insurance: Yes
Provides study guides for teachers and or students: Yes
Provide Lesson Plans: Yes
Connects to State and or Common Core Curriculum Standards: Yes
Provides tools to assess student learning (workshops and residencies): Yes
Instructors receive annual professional development training: Yes
Provides scholarship and reduced fees: Yes
Conducts ongoing assessments of program quality: Yes
Standards are customized for every classroom visit: Yes
Cancellation Policy

Flexible for rescheduling if necessary.