DO THIS BECAUSE...
- Best flamenco show in Barcelona
- Palau de la Música Catalana, one of the icons of Catalan Modernism
WHAT TO EXPECT
Flamenco is a style of music and dance that originated in Andalusia (Spain). Flamenco as we know it today dates from the seventeenth century, and is based on Andalusian music and dance. Singing, playing and dancing are the main facets of flamenco. Flamenco is Intangible Cultural Heritage listed by UNESCO since 1997 humanity.
The Palau de la Música Catalana is an auditorium in Barcelona and is one of the icons of Catalan Modernism, the work of the architect Lluis Domenech i Montaner. Building named a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1997, is one of the most emblematic places of the city. The perfect place to enjoy a spectacle of flamenco!
Arte Flamenco is a concert series held in the Palau de la Música Catalana. The show expresses the true art form of flamenco.
- Al Son 5: a 5 stroke rhythm, adapted to flamenco percussion, song, guitar and dance
- Tangos: one of the basic forms of flamenco song, with are several variations
- Alegrias: one of the most joyous and alive of the flamenco styles
- Tanguillos: festive, cheerful and flirtatious, this style is distinguished by its footwork
- Solea Por Bulerias: one of the most powerful paces of flamenco
- Tango Balada: Spanish musical form with roots in traditional Spanish copla which is also popular in Latin America
- Seguirillas: One of the oldest styles
- Buleria: Cheerful flamenco featuring singing and guitar
- Guitars: Juan Cortes / Rafael Fernandez
- Flute: Fran Leon
- Singers: Sara Flores / Jorge "El Pirata" Y Mariano Santiago "El Makande"
- Percussion: Paco Mode
- Dancers: Toni Muniz, Susana Escoda Raquel Alegría Y Adelaida Guerrero
- Choreography: Susana Escoda
- Artistic Direction: Sara Flores
- Musical Direction: Juan Cortes
- Concept/Idea: Sara Flores y Juan Cortes
- Entrance to flamenco show
WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
WHAT TO REMEMBER
- Program subject to change
- 10 June at 9.30pm
- 30 June at 10.30pm
- 1, 14 and 22 July at 9.30pm
- 2, 9, 18, 21 and 28 August at 9.30pm
- 4 and 30 September at 9.30pm
- 28 October at 9.30pm
- 20 and 27 November at 9.30pm
- 3 December at 9.30pm
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