Understanding Flamenco: History and Styles

Understanding Flamenco: History and Styles

Understanding Flamenco: History and Styles

Learn about the history and styles of flamenco; its origins, the different styles, the main artists, anecdotes... by the hand of an expert flamencologist.

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Starting dates: every Monday
Duration: 1,5 hours of 60 minutes/day - 7,5 hours per week - minimum 1 week, maximum 3 weeks
1 level: it is necessary to have at least an intermediate II level of Spanish (B1.2)
Maximum 8 students per group
PRICE: 112,50 € per week (if you book only one week, the price is 131,50 €)

A fascinating introduction to the history of Flamenco paired with a study of the different styles that make up this mysterious and complex art form. Equally as interesting for those new to Flamenco as for those who want to add to their knowledge.

This class consists of one and a half hour daily instruction Monday through Friday. The students are in classes of no more than eight people for a minimum of one week and a maximum of three weeks.

To participate students must have a Spanish level of intermediate II (B1.2)or above.

The course is divided into three one-week blocks each pertaining to a separate subject of flamenco, in this way allowing students to take only the block(s) that interest them in any order they wish.

  • Block 1: History of Flamenco.
  • Block 2: The Basic Styles I and their Derivations (toná and seguiriya). Fandangos and their derivations.
  • Block 3: Basic Styles II and their Derivations (soleá and tangos). “Ida y Vuelta” Songs(songs with strong Latin American, mostly Cuban, influence).

Those students who take the class for the entire three weeks will leave with a global understanding of the history of flamenco as well as the most representative styles.



2019  public holidays: 28th February, 19 April, 1st May, 20th June, 1st November and 6th December.

There will be no class, but they are discounted from the final price.

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