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We went to this museum as my husband dances flamenco in the uk. The whole set up was authentic and went through the whole spectrum of what flamenco should be, it history right up to date well worth a visit and it's free!!!
Opposite the two art museums in Plaza del Potro. A lovely courtyard with a first floor balcony on three sides. Very interesting exhibits in series of small rooms relating to the culture and history of Flamenco. Doesn't take too long to see all there is...More
You don't have to be a fan of flamenco to enjoy this attraction as it is steeped in history. Free entry and full of interesting displays. Having the previous night been entertained by a male Flamenco singer, guitarist and dancer it was great to see...More
Flamenco is like Jazz, you will reach them both, as time is passing by and you are getting grey haired.
At this exhibition I found pictures of singles I had seen all my life among my father's music collection.
In spite of you are not...More
This is a small museum located in the Plaza Del Potro. I actually came across it by accident. It appears to be free to enter, at least on a Sunday. The museum is set in As the name suggests, the museum traces the history of...More
i did not plan to visit it, just came across and we went inside.. it's for free and full of fun, it tells a good overview about Flamenco history, the most famous singers and artists, also it's full of fun instruments like the Cajon, the...More
The Fosforito museum in Cordoba turns out to be about flamenco singer Antonio Fernandez Diaz, who had that sparkly nickname. Later in his career he sang and made albums with, aong others, Paco de Lucia. And the museum turns out to be part of something...More
Like many other reviewers we stumbled across the Flamenco Experience, We were told that a convert was about to start and that it was to be free.
We were treated to the most wonderful professional performance in a small upper room with about 80 others...More