Here is a fandangos letra for you and a video of Paco Toronjo from Carlos Saura’s movie, Flamenco:
Did you set a flamenco (or any type of) resolution last January?
How’s that going?
If the goals you set feel like distant memories, read on. Today I will tell you how you can get back on track and explain why you don’t want to beat yourself up for having let things slide.
Here’s a peek at what happened during week two of the Flamenco Tour to Jerez …
Here are the words to Rosa María along with a video of Rancapino Chico you do not want to miss…
Here’s a bulerías letra and a must-watch video of Pastora Galván.
Today I share with you a Lorca piece, café de Chinitas along with a video from Compañia Rafaela Carrasco. Emilio will be dancing to this in his own way this weekend; I can’t wait to see what he does.
While my obsession with flamenco began twenty years ago, I still often find myself flipping out, amazed, jaw dropped and thinking how flamenco is so *%&#@ing cool. Today a letra and a video to demonstrate my point.
I love asking flamenco artists I admire what advice they have to offer to the flamenco student. Here are thirteen suggestions from some of the best:
Do you wonder where to go to learn about flamenco history? Flamenco singing? Flamenco styles? The terminology?
Below you’ll find a variety of resources to assist you on your quest for more flamenco knowledge.
Here is another bulerías de Cádiz …
Today enjoy a Bulerias de Cádiz letra along with a video of Fabiola Barba that I took during the last Flamenco Tour to Jerez.
Here is a tangos letra and a video of Beatríz Morales dancing to it along with a video of Arcángel.
Here is a bulerías letra we studied with José Mijita last weekend here in Jerez. It’s from his Latin Grammy nominated album, Se Llama Flamenco.
Here’s a peek at what we’ve been up to so far on the Flamenco Tour to Jerez …
Twenty years ago when I went to Spain for the first time, I got to see Paco de Lucía perform at Teatro de la Maestranza during the Bienal de Sevilla. This happened after I had been living there for about six months at a time when I was just beginning to understand what flamenco was.
Greetings from Jerez. I’m here on the Flamenco Tour, up to my ears in bulerías and loving it. So, here’s one for you today along with a video of Gema Moneo.
Here is a bulerías letra for you and a video of Juanilloro recording in Jerez.
Below you’ll find a bulerías letra along with a video of José Mercé singing it for Manuela Carrasco.
Here is a tangos letra and a video of Manuel Liñan dancing to it that will blow you away.