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Sound Tracker: Spain

Sami Yaffa, the musical nomad heads for the hills of Andalusia to immerse himself in the art form of anarchists, outcasts and rebels against society — flamenco. He also meets the guru of the genre holds fort in goat shed

Photo courtesy: “FLAMENCO ON FIRE”, MANUELA CARRASCO – “Flamenco dancer. She stood out for stripping back flamenco to its core. Her dancing caused a sensation thanks to her strength and temperament.” Born in 1958 in Seville, she was self-taught.

VIDA FLAMENCA is a California-based 501(c) 3 non-profit dedicated to advancing and preserving Spanish dance and music traditions. One of the most important components is the VIDA FLAMENCA NEWSLETTER. Through this weekly Newsletter, our goal is to increase awareness of

Based in Jerez de la Frontera, one of the cradle cities of flamenco in southern Spain, Domingo Ortega is known for his riveting performances as a soloist and innovative choreography. Domingo Ortega was born in 1969 in Jerez de la

Jerez de la Frontera lies some nine miles inland from the sea between Cadiz and Sevilla and is the principal of three sherry towns. The others are on the coast are San Lucar de Barrameda at the mouth of the

Jornada prólogo & inaugural Festival Cante de las Minas – Paco Manzano Reportaje fotográfico de la jornada prólogo e inaugural del Festival Internacional del Cante de las Minas en el objetivo de Paco Manzano. ~ Agenda cultural & Pregón &

SEVILLA is the capital city of Andalusia and located in the South of Spain. It is one of the largest Spanish cities with over 700,000 inhabitants. Sevilla occupies the valley of the Guadalquivir River. The river, with 60 navigable kilometers,

“Much more than a flamenco shoe, it’s an instrument.” Flamenco West is proud to be the exclusive U.S. distributor of Senovilla Artesano flamenco dance shoes. In addition, we carry an excellent selection of flamenco dance clothing and accessories including skirts,

The Mathematical Symphony of Typography As it turns out, this symphony is not unique to websites. You “hear” it every time you read a book, newspaper, magazine, or web site—every place where typography exists. At first glance, you might think