Learn the most famous and popular flamenco dances and which are ideal to get started in this art and get closer to the Andalusian culture. These online courses are designed so that you can advance at your own pace and from any corner of the world.
Repeat as many times as you need the teacher’s instructions, until you memorize the steps and the choreography.
Choose the flamenco course you want to learn and we will direct you to the page of the Tablao Cuna del Flamenco, where you can find out all the details of each course and start
This project was born from the insistence of students who came from other countries and, in their place of residence, they did not have the opportunity to learn Flamenco, and also that of some students who wanted to complement their training individually. We wanted the project to be for all abilities, from initial levels to professional levels and for that we are guided by our real experience in our school in Seville.
The annual work of the different learning groups that we have in the school was done online. We use the daily practice, and the most common mistakes that students have, to teach our lessons of each online course. We like to know each of them and follow their development, so we review videos that they send to us and we make corrections. We continue working continuously to expand and reinforce it with improvements.
We have had the opportunity to tour stages around the world. Among other countries, we have worked in France, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Kuwait, Dubai, United States, Mexico, Japan and China. We have shared the bill with Flamenco greats such as Juan Manuel Cañizares, Manuel de Paula, Esperanza Fernández, Manuela Carrasco, Rocío Molina, Belén Maya, and Rafaela Carrasco, among others.
Our teachers were part of famous Flamenco groups such as the Flamenco group Andaluza de Danza, the Flamenco group de Cristina Hoyos, the Flamenco group de Eva la Yerbabuena, the Flamenco group de Aída Gómez, and the Flamenco group de Andrés Marín. We have also participated in Flamenco Festivals among which include the Seville Biennial, the Jerez Festival, the White Night of Córdoba and many more.
Learn the first choreography of the four that are part of sevillanas, one of the best known styles in Seville. Introductory course in the most common dance in Andalusian celebrations and parties. Follow the teacher’s directions from anywhere and at your own pace.