Anna Rubio
Senior Lecturer

Anna Rubio has been dancing since the age of four, training in ballet at the Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet, modern dance with Joan Kerr and Susan Hess in Philadelphia, then  Lucas Hoving and Ed Mock(among others)in San Francisco. Her flamenco studies began with Rosa Montoya and with the late Maestro Cruz Luna. She was a member of Theatre Flamenco of San Francisco, performing flamenco, Classical and Regional Spanish dance throughout the Bay Area. She returned to Philadelphia and became a member of the Flamenco Ole Company under the direction of Julia Lopez. After living a few years in Spain, she returned to Philadelphia with her Spanish-born flamenco guitarist husband (2004 Pew Fellow Tito Rubio) to form their own flamenco dance and music company Flamenco del Encuentro. Anna was awarded an Artistic Fellowship for the year 2001 from the Independence Foundation and a Leeway Grant for 2004. They can be seen performing throughout the area and teaching children about Spanish dance and music through the Musicopia organization. Anna returns to her home Spain at least once a year to study with great masters such as La Chiqui de Jerez, Javier Latorre, Juan Polvillo, Inmaculada Ortega and others. Website:

Class Schedule, Fall 2015

W02:30PM - 03:50PMSpanish Dance in Diaspora

Contact Info

Tel: 215-717-6110
Fax: 215-717-6109