Flamenco Singing Course

6 classes of 50' per week
spread over four days
at any of these times:
11:55 a.m. to 13:10 p.m. from Tuesday to Friday
16:20 to 17:35 – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
17:50 to 19:05 – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
all schedules

Weekly (1-17 weeks)
I start every Monday.

no levels, it is necessary as minimum A2 level of Spanish

12 students max. / 1 min. / 5 average per class
Guaranteed course! If you are alone in the class, you have 3 individual classes/week for the same price.


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Without registration fee, without surprises in the final price.

Possibility of classes hybrid (face-to-face students + online)

¡mix it up with other courses!
• Getting to know Flamenco (measure, dance structure or story)
• Flamenco
• Flamenco guitar
• Spanish (Intensive 20 o Semi-intensive 10)


Aimed at both dance or guitar students, as well as anyone interested in getting to know flamenco singing. Not only listen but also sing to better understand the songs; this is the basis of the course. The different styles and the different styles within each of them will be studied, for example, tangos from Granada, tangos from Extremadura, tangos from Cádiz…. Ideal for all those who want to understand cante and learn from a cantaor the differences and nuances between the different styles, including explanations about the relationship of cante with baile and the guitar. It is not intended for singers; The objective is not to learn to sing, nor to study vocal technique, but to learn the cante, to apply it to each one of their needs or interests.

In this course you will study a style each week, getting to know one or two different styles within the same style each day: first listening to the cantaor and then approaching this same cante, rhythmically and melodically in a group.

The teacher corrects and explains the nuances and differences between the different styles until the group, through their own singing, understands it. At the same time, the cantaor explains which lyrics are used to dance and where to finish off or make a tagline, for example, and which ones are only used to sing. In this way you will be able to know the different lyrics, so that later you can apply them to dance or the guitar.

The cantaor can be recorded every day, to be able to practice each of the cantes later.

Palos (flamenco styles) that are studied:

    • Tangos de Graná (Camino, Zambra mora, Valientes, Cerro and Morente)

    • Tangos I (Granada, Extremadura, Cádiz, Triana and Linares)

    • Tangos II (Granada, Cádiz, Titi and Repompa)

    • Variants of Tangos (Tientos, Mariana, Farruca and Garrotín)

    • Bulerías I (Jerez)

    • Bulerías II (Jaleos, Cádiz, Utrera, Lebrija and Triana)

    • Cantiñas I (Alegrías de Cádiz, Alegrías de Córdoba, Caracoles and Romera)

    • Cantiñas II (Cantiñas, Cantiña del Pinini, Cantiñas del contrabandista and Mirabrás)

    • Variants of the Soleá (Polo, Caña, Bambera, Soleá por bulerías and Romance)

    • Soleá I (Alcalá, Cádiz, Jerez, Lebrija and Utrera)

    • Soleá II (Triana, Granada, Córdoba and Marchena)

    • Seguiriya I (Seguiriya, Liviana, Martinete, Debla and Machos)

    • Seguiriya II (Seguiriya, Cabales, Serrana, Toná and Machos)

    • Fandangos and Abandolaos (Málaga, Granada, Huelva, Córdoba and Almería)

    • Levante (Taranto, Taranta, Cartagenera, Fandango minero, Levantica, Minera and Murciana)

    • Round trip (Guajira, Colombian, Vidalita, Milonga and Rumba)

    • Cantes de Graná I (Cachucha, Mosca, Alboreá, Manchegas, Pregón del Albaicín, Tana-Zambra)