Flamenco Dancing

Learn Spanish and Flamenco in Sevilla

Sevilla, the home of Flamenco Dancing.

While the roots of flamenco trace the long routes of the Gypsies throughout Europe and the Mediterranean region, there is no doubt that today, the capital of Flamenco in the modern world is right here in Sevilla.

Any night of the week you can watch young apprentices and experienced professionals take to the stages of the small concert halls called “tablaos”. Seville is the home of the annual Flamenco fashion show as well as the month-long “Bienal de Flamenco” which is by far the most important flamenco event world-wide.

Flamenco Dancing

¡Viva el flamenco!

Meet the best instructors in the world
Escuela Flamenco Ados

Escuela de Flamenco Ados. From basics to advanced techniques.

Professional and amateur dancers from around the world make their pilgrimage to Sevilla to learn from the best instructors in the most famous studios here.

It is in one of these studios where we send our students to learn anything from the absolute basics to advanced techniques of flamenco dance. This highly-recommendable activity is an authentic cultural experience that is a highlight for many of our students.

Rates and hours

Flamenco for Beginners

The rates and hours shown are subject to change.

Level: Flamenco for beginners.
Timetable: 20:15 – 21:10 Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

1 Week

45 €

Per 1 Week

2 Weeks

60 €

Per 2 Weeks

1 Month

80 €

Per 1 Month

Flamenco in one of the most famous folkloric dance and music around the world. That is why Unesco recently listed flamenco as an Intangible Cultural Heritage, and the most renowned form of artistic expression in Spain. Flamenco was originated in the Spanish region of Andalusia and is closely linked to gypsy culture present in that region.

The art form of Flamenco consists of three distinct parts: the ‘cante‘ or song, the ‘toque‘ or playing of the guitar, and the ‘baile‘ or dance.

Seville is a perfect place to learn flamenco dancing as is the land of its genesis. It is no coincidence that this is one of the most popular activities to combine with Spanish classes.

Learn more about our “Spanish Courses“.