Interview: Julie Moon, flamenco dancer and artist

Julie Moon began her career as a flamenco dancer twenty years ago in New Orleans. She studied with Teresa Romero Torkanowsky and learned only later that her teacher had danced with one of the most famous flamenco dancers of the early 20th century, Carmen Amaya. Moon brought her love of flamenco with her when she moved to Atlanta in 1999. Since then she has formed a production company, Berdolé, to promote flamenco and an non-profit, A Través, to educate and bring awareness of Spanish dance to students in Atlanta.

Interview with Julie Moon on Atlanta INtown

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