We review the types of voices that exist in flamenco and their relevance for singing.
Carmen Linares, Doctor Honoris Causa: "I have given my life for flamenco, but flamenco has given it back to me in spades"
The University of Seville has celebrated the investiture ceremony attended by colleagues such as Arcángel, Miguel Poveda and Vanesa Aibar.
On the occasion of Women's Day, we pay tribute to the main female singers, dancers and instrumentalists of the Spanish flamenco scene.
Discover the amazing curiosities hidden in the main flamenco palos.
In addition to 46 Flamenco shows, the city has organized dozens of complementary activities including exhibitions, conferences, peñas and even the National Ballet.
ALL FLAMENCO, the channel for flamenco lovers, turns 5 years old.
José Galán, from Flamenco Inclusivo: "Flamenco does not understand age, race, abilities or barriers, because it is done with the soul"
We interviewed the director and choreographer of the short film "En mi piel", which reflects on the inclusivity of diverse bodies in the art of flamenco.
Carmen Linares and María Pagés join an award that artists such as Scorsese, Bob Dylan and Woody Allen have received before.
Siudy Garrido: "Flamenco must be treated with deep respect, since it is an art much bigger than its performers"
We interviewed the Venezuelan bailaora, the first Latin American flamenco dancer to be nominated twice at the Latin Grammy Awards.
Flamenco remembers one of the most acclaimed late artists through a show that recovers his best choreographies. Coming soon in ALL FLAMENCO.
The world of flamenco pays tribute to the outstanding dancer and singer, La Cañeta de Málaga. With a show that will bring together top artists, the influence and trajectory of the Malagueña will be recognised after more than seven decades on the stage.