We discover those curiosities of Paco de Lucía that make the universal genius of the flamenco guitar a little more human. A funny man who had a short but mischievous youth. That he loved and cursed the guitar at the same time. And that he was also a footballer, fisherman and singer.
Since 2015, the zambomba has been part of the Andalusian Historical Heritage. Don’t miss the Christmas carols, videos and songs that we bring you.
As if you were at the Festival de Jerez: live the complete show of Fabiola Barba dancing through various flamenco styles.
We learn about the origins of the tabancos in Jerez and how they have had to reorientate their business to avoid their disappearance.
Discover the personality of the most famous flamenco palos, such as the bulería, the fandango, or the seguiriya. A different perspective.
In 2023, the Best Flamenco Album of the year went to Camino, by Niña Pastori, who was emotional to collect the award and vindicate flamenco. “Flamenco is the most beautiful music in the world.”
Audiovisual piece in which flamenco, the identity of Andalusia, is the protagonist. Recorded session for the 2023 Latin Grammys. Carmen Linares, Niña Pastori, Arcángel, Belén López… among others.
Paraphrasing the great Woody Allen, this post is about “Everything you always wanted to know about flamenco and never dared to ask”…
In 2023, the Latin Grammys are held in Seville. The flamenco nominees: Israel Fernández, D. Guerrero, Juanfe, Niña Pastori and Omar Montes.
At the age of 77, Angelita Vargas has died in the hospital of San Juan de Dios de Bormujos (San Juan de Aznalfarache), leaving a legacy of pure flamenco art.
Just in autumn, under temperatures of around 18 ºC, the colours dye the coasts golden and the atmosphere is created to experience a flamenco of sensations and emotion. Join us?
Antonio Ruiz Soler, or Antonio “the Dancer”, would celebrate this November the anniversary of his arrival into the world. He wanted to be the best and he succeeded, even if he would sacrifice his private life and his health.
A tribute to the Cadiz singer Juanito Villar, in which artists of the stature of Antonio Canales or Rancapino Chico have been present, helps us to get closer to this exponent of the genuine cantes of Cádiz.
In 1868, possibly in a spree, El Nitri was given a scepter of best singer. Today, this key to the best is held by Fosforito. But nothing is very clear behind each of the 5 chosen in 200 years. We talk about this, about its possible irregularities, in this post.
If what makes your life happy is to share a bit of authentic flamenco where great artists were inspired, come to Andalusia with us. We have reserved “tickets” for you to treat yourself to each of these 20 places.
Camarón, Paco de Lucía, Antonio Mairena, Carmen Linares… have defined in great phrases what flamenco is.
El Taranto is the oldest of the Almerian flamenco peñas, closely linked to the figure of Fosforito and Andalusian associations.
Curiosities, how they are used, photos, videos and everything you need to know about the castanets, an instrument that was not born in Spain but is part of the flamenco heritage.