Momentos de Reflexión – Emilio Ochando

These are moments of reflection, of evaluating and channeling what we want or don’t want - this is how I am feeling in the closed space in which I find myself.

Flamenco in Solitary

At a terrible nightmare time which screams out for flamenco poetry to make sense of it, we are all in solitary confinement...
picasso minotaur

The Greatest Trick – Flamenco & Picasso

When Picasso said 'There is no end to the tricks I learnt from the Gypsies' he wasn't just talking about learning to smoke a cigarette up his nose..
Antonio El Pola

A short History of Flamenco Song

What we call cante flamenco continues to evolve and is probably healthier now than at any other time..

20 Years! Venues & Artists 1996 -2016

Artists Adrián Brenes • Alberto Vicente • Alejandro Molinero • Ana de los Reyes • Antonio el Pola • Antonio de Sevilla • Victor Manuel Fernandez Gonzalez • Elena la Machana • Emilio Ochando • Felipe de Algeciras • Fernado…

20 Years

Apparently, 20 years is a long time. It doesn’t feel it. It feels like a motorway movie of the glorious British landscape in all its shapes and seasons, with giant memory-screens flashing up images of fairytale theatres and grotty lovely theatres. Of…

Rhythm in the Isles

Performer Jackie Wilford experiences paradise teaching flamenco in the Seychelles This article, first published in the Winter 2010 edition of Animated, is reproduced by permission of Foundation for Community Dance. All Rights Reserved. See…

Flamenco – The Gypsy Blues – Rob Kenyon

Trying to define where and when a particular form of music began has always been a dangerous game. New evidence is always emerging which makes muesli of finely tuned theories. And at the end of the day, where do you stop? Ultimately, doesn’t…

Iron In The Soul

Science Art and The Universe An experiment on stage. The evolution of rhythm from chaos to order and back again, as choreographed by The Cosmos. The piece explores the nature of rhythm in science, art and culture. Iron in the Soul is a project…