Each song was orally transmitted from generation to generation, no music written and performed individually by each performer or performer. Eventually, the singer would be accompanied by the sound of a guitar, the movements of a dancer, or both. The theme of the songs has been expanded to include topics such as love, death, and the celebration, even politics and humor, the development of the different flamenco styles that exist today. The musical influences of Arabic, Jewish and even Andalusian culture local gradually became a part of the sound. What began as a thick voice, continuous, with the sound of the guitar, the movements of a dancer of accompaniment, and later, the applause of the audience, which accentuates the rhythm of the music. In fact, flamenco is an experience that shouldn’t be missed, and if your itinerary includes a trip to Seville, is very likely, a range of options that may occur to the magic and the thrill of the experience. A visit to the Museum of Flamenco Dance (dance Flamenco Museum) is a good place to start learning about the history of dance. Open 9 am 7 pm, visitors have the opportunity to browse a collection of audio-visual screens, permanent exhibitions, and teaching studios, spread over the three floors of this multi-million dollar project which opened in 2006.
They have season performances in the evenings during the summer, or also to participate in classes and workshops that throughout the year. Those interested in a dinner and a drink with flamenco performance are directed to Los Gallos flamenco show in the plaza de Santa Cruz, for 20 euros, with drink included. Or Flamenco Tablao El Arenal, near the plaza de toros in a restored building from the 17TH century. Shows with or without dinner 30 euros are offered. There are plenty of bars offering nights of flamenco, sometimes even for free. It’s a great way to experience flamenco without having to pay more than what you drink. You can choose to attend to a show with music or dance only.
There are plenty of bars in the old town of the city, such as El Tamboril or Carboneria in Santa Cruz. Every two years, the biennial of Flamenco Festival is celebrated in Seville, which attracts artists from throughout Spain and tourists from around the world. The spectacle of the day, is set for the year 2008, usually around September. Those who have the good fortune to witness a performance live, impromptu, late at night in a bar smoked on the outskirts of the city, is likely that encountering a moving experience, as close to traditional flamenco that can get. The idea that flamenco is nothing beyond a theatrical performance of eye-catching colors and dance could not be further from the truth. The Flemish of truth is not heard, but experienced by the public. Some say that flamenco can not see, but it has to feel. An experience of communication between artists performers and the audience. It is a conversation to through the music. Before traveling to Sevilla, remember to reserve one of the apartments for rent Sevilla can be booked online! Seville holiday apartments have everything you need!