10 Things you can do at the Biennale to have fun

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You have come to the Biennale to enjoy a wonderful show flamenco, to live from the passion of an autochthonous musical style and full of feelings, to enjoy the flamenco in Seville. But what else can you do to enjoy a city like this?

1º Sign up for one of our dance workshops, guitar, or look among all our special courses, all the information here:Courses of flamenco. You won't regret it! You will feel the art of flamenco from the bowels.

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2º Enjoy the parallel activities that the biennial itself offers. Documentaries and round tables. One, which we recommend you don't miss, is the making off of the flamenco documentary: "Mujeres, Fuerza y Duende", by Jonathan González and Marcos Medina, which will be accompanied by a round table where the voice of the women who have participated can be heard.

3º Take a cultural tour of a city with thousands of years of history and the third largest cathedral in Europe.

Yes, because the Cathedral of Seville is the third largest in Europe, and the Gothic Temple with the largest surface area in the world. In its history it has different periods such as Almohad, Mudejar, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Academic, Neo-Gothic until the 21st century with its restoration.

A curious fact is, it is the tomb of kings and Christopher Columbus.

4º If you like history, visit the Reales Alcázares, the Giralda, the countless churches you will find in Seville, the Plaza de España and end up in a lovely boat ride where beings from another galaxy once arrived with the filming of Star Wars.

5º Enjoy the Sevillian gastronomy, the tapas bars of the Arenal, Betis street, located in the most flamenco of all Seville as is Triana.

6º Walk along the banks of the Guadalquivir River.

7º Let yourself be intoxicated by the illumination of the Triana Bridge at night.

8º Go to a show in one of the best tablaos of flamenco of the city. Casa de la Memoria, La Casala Teatro and El Arenal are the best known.

9º Discover the art in the bars, such as the one offered by La Carbonería, an improvised show in a bar in the Santa Cruz district.

10º Take the opportunity to walk around the Santa Cruz neighbourhood and get lost in its narrow streets.

Do not forget to live theflamencofrom within with our courses. You can learn from any level. Let the feeling of the Quejío invade you from within.

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Felipe Mato

This complete dancer from Seville has an intense academic training in Spanish Dance and Classical Ballet, having studied, among other academies, at the Dance Conservatory of Seville and at Matilde Coral's school.

Dedicated to professional dance since the age of 14, he has distributed his art in places as different as Mallorca, Lanzarote, Barcelona or Naples (Italy), coming to participate as a dancer in the X Biennial of Flamenco of Seville, within the Company of Mario Maya. He has been a Finalist in the National Art Competition Flamenco of Córdoba 2001 and Semi-Finalist in the Young Talents Contest of the Art Biennial Flamenco of Seville 2002. He also took on a prominent role in ángeles Gabaldón's show "Immigration".

Together with artists such as guitarist Daniel Méndez, Moroccan musician Jallal Chekkara, percussionist Antonio Montiel and dancer Nicolia Morris, he formed in 2004 the group of flamenco mestizo Harmattan. In 2005 he premiered his own company in Germany with «Flamenco: made in Spain".

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