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FLAMENCO, also known as cante jondo (Andalusian gypsy singing) represents the purest Andaluscian expression of folklore. Its origins, still disputed, are linked to the arrival of gypsies during the 14th C to the flat farmlands of Cádiz and Seville. It is believed that they originated from a region in the north of India called Sid, that today is part of Pakistan, fleeing from a series of conflicts or invasions from foreign conquerors.

Today’s interest in everything that is autochthonous has coincided with a surge in flamenco that is extraordinary. Thus the birth of "nuevo flamenco" (new flamenco), classical and virtuous on the one hand and more open to new musical genres on the other. This panorama, still in a state of flux, has launched the fame of stellar artists such as Enrique Morente or Carmen Linares in song, Cristina Hoyos, Mario y Belén Maya, Milagros Mengíbar, Antonio Canales or Joaquín Cortés in dance and guitarists such as Vicente Amigo, Tomatito or Paco de Lucía. In short, a long list of which we can`t leave out the Compañía Andaluza de Danza (Andalusian Dance Company), an extraordinary public troupe that since 1995 has been in charge of investigating and promoting flamenco on stages throughout the world.

Taller Flamenco
C/ Peral 49
41002 Sevilla

The Cristina Heeren Flamenco Foundation
C/ Fabiola 1
41004 Sevilla

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