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Lawmakers in Andalucia’s regional parliament to debate first law to cover flamenco
ANDALUCIA’S regional parliament will today debate the first ever law in Spain that will cover flamenco. The aim of the legislation, which has been making...
WATCH: King Felipe IV of Spain and Queen Leticia join in with public flamenco box playing performance in Cadiz
It's an experience none of the 60-strong flamenco box playing group will forget - the King and Queen of Spain walked in among them,...
Malaga’s most influential performers put on a show for flamenco specialist Jose Losada ‘El Carrete’
Esteemed flamenco performers put on a show to remember in Torremolinos as they honoured the life of famous dancer, ‘El Carrete’, Jose Losada. The dancers...
International Flamenco Day to be celebrated across Spain’s Malaga with extensive flamenco programme
VIBRANT and captivating dance spectaculars across Malaga and Andalucia will commemorate the 12th anniversary of Flamenco declared by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage. The 12th annual...
SPAIN’S ROBIN HOODS: Retracing the steps of famous Andalucian bandits who took from the rich and gave to the...
In Andalucia during the 18th and 19th centuries, bandits were flamenco dancers, bull-fighters, smugglers and travellers, writes Diana Tang and Grace Lee
Meet the flamenco dancer from New York who used Spain’s lockdown to forge a new career in folk music
IT'S no small feat for a foreigner to make it big in Spain’s competitive world of flamenco. But that is exactly what Leilah Broukhim, a...
REVIEW: Esperanto Ballet’s debut performance in Estepona
Reporter Katherine Brook enjoys a wonderful evening of music and dance from new group, Esperanto Ballet. It’s been a long time since I stepped foot...
Once home to sailors, potters, Flamenco dancers and bullfighters: Why you should visit Sevilla’s Triana
ONCE home to sailors, potters, Flamenco dancers and bull-fighters, Triana’s rich history is as colourful as its buildings which light up the river bank...
Spain’s flamenco agony: Tablaos are on the path to extinction in battle to survive coronavirus crisis
THE temples of flamenco, the sacred tablaos, find themselves on the path to extinction as one by one they are closing their doors for...
Flamenco, the dance of Spain, celebrates 10 years as intangible cultural heritage
Andalucia is considered the heartland of Flamenco, although it also has roots in regions such as Murcia and Extremadura.
Spain’s Andalucian Parliament supports law recognising importance of gypsy population in flamenco
The gypsy population has a ‘central role’ in the birth and current formation of flamenco
Rosalia becomes first Spanish artist to win MTV Music Award for her song Con Altura
Other winners included US star Taylor Swift, who bagged Video of the Year for her tune You Need to Calm Down
FERIA DE MALAGA: Time, locations, rides, food, drink, dancing and everything else you need to know
Revellers will be immersed in traditional flamenco and copla dancing among more than 120 stalls
Discover a pure Andalucian art form with flamenco at Sevilla’s iconic Casa de la Guitarra
“To ‘have duende’ is to have soul. It is the emotions of the artist converted into pure art. Their talent borders on perfection, it is something magical and authentic”
Malaga exhibition combines illustration, music and stories to remember Picasso’s untold connection to flamenco
The works tell the fascinating tales of the Cubism maestro’s real encounters with characters Piyayo, Trini and Juan Breva
Caves of gypsies in Spain’s Sacromonte are home to all wanderers
The victims of 16th century religious persecution fused their cultures to create a unique flamenco art form
‘Wheel of Fortune’ contestant bags $7K trip to Spain after embarrassing flamenco fail
Airbnb has taken pity on the game show contestant after he lost a prize of €5,760 for saying 'flamingo' instead of 'flamenco'
Cadiz tradition should be recognised by Royal Spanish Academy, says Podemos
Carols are sung by flamenco singers while guitar players strum dozens of original songs learned and added to over generations.
Debunking the Greatest Myths & Misconceptions about Spain
Travelling used to be a luxury, and such limited possibilities to visiting foreign countries has caused many misconceptions about their people and culture. Nowadays,...
New live flamenco daytime show lights up Palma de Mallorca
Flamallorca shows promoting gypsy culture on the island
International guitar maestros tune up for Ronda guitar festival
A host of international artists will appear at the event
Andalucian Axarquia village hosts cultural week with flamenco and processions
It is hoped that the event will draw in more visitors wanting to know about the town's culture
Arte Flamenco arrives in Malaga for months of performances with hundreds of dancers
Arte Flamenco de Malaga has arrived for its fifth biennial festival, bringing in some 300 dancers to perform throughout the summer.
Andalucia Day: The best places to celebrate your Andalusian pride
This annual festival celebrates Andalucia's status as an autonomous community
Flamenco fashion show turns heads in Sevilla
The weeks aim is to promote flamenco dress as a 21st century fashion