Understanding Flamenco Singing ONLINE 5 lessons/week 5x60'

Understanding Flamenco Singing ONLINE 5 lessons/week 5x60'

Understanding Flamenco Singing ONLINE 5 lessons/week 5x60'

For flamenco dancers and guitarrists. Learn the different types of lyrics of each style, so you can dance them, accompany the song or dance with the guitar or just because you like it. Enjoy learning with a professional flamenco singer. Try one out for free!

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  • 1 hour per day (monday to friday)
  • Duration: 1 week per "palo" (flamenco style)
  • Minimum students: 2
  • Maximum students: 12
  • Starts every Monday
  • It is necessary to have at least an A2 level of Spanish
  • Bookings: until Thursday of the previous week
  • Price: 60€/week
  • Try it out! If you don't like the first class, you get your money back!

This class is ideal if you want to learn the nuances of flamenco singing firsthand from an authentic and professional flamenco singer. The class also encompasses how the singing interacts with the guitar and dancing. Although it is perhaps not immediately recognized and appreciated, the heart and soul of flamenco is, in fact, the singing (el cante). The class will focus both on listening to flamenco singing, and doing some singing yourself in order to gain a better, all-round understanding. The teacher will introduce you to various styles (palos) and highlight the differences within these (for example Tangos de Granada, Tangos de Extremadura or Tangos de Cadiz).

Each day you will be introduced to 1 to 2 styles with distinct regional origins but of the same palo. In order to be able to learn these songs, it is important to first listen to the singer and then attune yourself melodically and rhythmically. By actively imitating the flamenco singing under the guidance and direction of your teacher, you will become familiar with the differences, as well as the parallels, that exist between distinct styles. In addition, the singer will explain which styles and verses (letras) are suitable for dancing, how the singing is adapted accordingly, and which verses can only be sung.

"Palos" (flamenco styles) studied:

  • Tangos de Graná (Zambra mora, del Camino, Valientes, Salve gitana y del Cerro)
  • Tangos I (Granada, Cádiz, Extremadura, Piyayo y Linares)
  • Tangos II (Repompa, Granada, Tientos, Farruca, Garrotín y Mariana)
  • Bulerías I (Jerez)
  • Bulerías II (Cádiz, Utrera, Lebrija, Triana y Jaleos)
  • Cantiñas (Alegrías de Cádiz, La Rosa, Mirabrás, Caracoles y Alegrías de Córdoba)
  • Variantes de la Soleá (el Polo, la Caña, Soleá por bulerías, Bambera y Romance)
  • Soleá I (Alcalá, Cádiz, Jerez, Lebrija y Utrera)
  • Soleá II (Triana, Granada, Córdoba y Marchena)
  • Seguiriya (Seguiriya, Cabales, Liviana, Serrana, Martinete, Toná, Debla y Macho)
  • Fandangos Abandolaos (Málaga, Granada, Córdoba, Almería y Zarabanda)
  • Levante (Taranto, Taranta, Cartagenera, Fandango minero, Levantica, Minera y Murciana)
  • Ida y Vuelta (Guajira, Colombiana, Vidalita, Milonga y Rumba)
  • Cantes de Graná I (Cachucha, Mosca, Alboreá, Manchegas, Pregón del Albaicín, la Tana-Zambra)
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