We review the biography of one of the most beloved dancers in ALL FLAMENCO: Concha Jareño. Get to know her in a new post on our blog.
We know of many flamenco festivals nowadays, but how and why were they born, who were their first organisers? We have done some research and we tell you about them in this new post on our blog.
She is one of the most renowned dancers on the current Spanish dance scene, an artist in constant learning, teacher and choreographer. We meet her in this post of our blog.
Flamenco peñas are places of worship for this art form, but they were not always like this. Here we tell you about the evolution of these places, which are as intimate as they are peculiar.
We review the life of one of our most international dancers, the great Sara Baras. Get to know her in this post
The saeta floods the streets and corners of the city during Holy Week, a song with a deep history throughout the ages that we tell you about in this post on our blog.
Sevillanas are the most typical Andalusian dance and typical of the Feria or Rocío, but do we know its origin? We tell you about it in a new post of our blog.
Diego Andújar from Extremadura wins the first prize in a hotly contested final.
Anabel Valencia talks to us in an exclusive interview about her premiere at the Festival de Jerez "Los Frutos de mi voz".