Taller Flamencois yourFlamenco and Spanish school in Seville. An encounter with the Andalusian culture that offers you, by the hand of the most professional experts, courses throughout the year in different branches: Dance Flamenco, Flamenco Technique, Guitar, Compass & Palms, Singing, Percussion, Castanets and Spanish Language.
Located in the emblematic neighborhood of La Macarena, one of the most popular and fashionable neighborhoods in Seville,Taller FlamencoIt is characterized by very personalized courses, aimed at the personal experience of our students and away from overcrowding. Precisely, it is the satisfaction of the many students who have passed through our center throughout all these years, our best letter of introduction.
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1 week - 6 nights: 170€
2 weeks - 13 nights: 280€
3 weeks - 20 nights: 380€
4 weeks - 27 nights: 480€
Extra week: 120 €
Extra night: 25 €
1 week - 6 nights: 250€
2 weeks - 13 nights: 380€
3 weeks - 20 nights: 530€
4 weeks - 27 nights: 680€
Extra week: 170€
Extra night: 35€
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".