Flamenco

Three cultures -which are not the Gypsy culture- that influenced the origins of flamenco

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When we talk about the origins of flamenco and its history, we cannot be categorical. This musical genre does not derive exclusively from the influence of only one culture, although the gypsy culture has had an undeniable weight in its evolution and development. Let's remember that flamenco comes from the people and the people have [...]

The Festival internacional del Cante de las Minas in 2019

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Every year the Fesitval de Cante de las Minas is celebrated, this being its 59th edition, the festival was born as a singing competition, however, in the 1980s it was expanded with the incorporation of a competitive guitar section, while in 1990 a dance section was annexed.  Therefore we can say that it is undoubtedly [...]

Flamenco Show Programme August 2019

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Consulta nuestro programa flamenco para el mes de September de 2019. Compra tus entradas aquí. MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 September 2019 [...]

Flamenco Show Programme July 2019

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Check out our flamenco programme for the month of July 2019. We have two shows every day at 19:30 and 21:00. Check our schedule and book your tickets here.   LUN MAR MIE JUE VIE SAB DOM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 [...]

New York and its role in the international expansion of Flamenco

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💃🌇 In this article Casa del Arte Flamenco wants to share the great role that the Big Apple has played in spreading flamenco internationally.

23rd Festival de Jerez – Summary and reviews – Second week

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💃 Casa del Arte Flamenco comes back with a new article speaking about the 23rd edition of the Festival de Jerez and the performances which took place during its second week.

Curiosities about the interest of Japan for Flamenco

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Japanese people are known for loving flamenco deeply, that much that Japan is called the second mother of flamenco. 15.000 kilometres does not look not to be enough distance for this society, which has developed a deep love for this music style. La Casa del Arte Flamenco has researched this fascinating reality and resumed some [...]

Flamenco Master’s degree in Granada and Jerez

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this year a Master’s degree will be inaugurated and it will be dedicated only and in exclusively to this art. Let’s know a little bit more about this Master’s degree with Casa del Arte Flamenco.

Special Summer 2018

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For the fourth consecutive year, Casa del Arte Flamenco is proud to present during the months of June, July, August and September our Specials Summer 2018 with the participation of recognized flamenco artists. >> More Info  

The origin of Tablao Flamenco

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Flamenco tablaos get their peak with the evolution of the singing cafes of the mid-nineteenth century. Also called "Catedrales del Duende", the truth is that flamenco tablao was of great importance for the development of this art. The origin of this musical genre was the combination of Andalusian music and dance, with the contributions and [...]