Flamenco Show Madrid

FLAMENCO SHOW MADRID

FLAMENCO SHOW MADRID

Inspired by Madrid, the Flamenco show Madrid brings to your event dancers, musicians and a group of talented performers that are versatile and experienced in the art form.

 

A powerful act, the Flamenco Show Madrid will leave hearts racing, feet tapping and audiences in the rapture of the culture, dance and rhythm of Madrid.

 

Available in Bahrain, Saudi Arabic, rest of the GCC, Maldives, Macao and other international locations such as Hong Kong.

 

The roots of flamenco, though somewhat mysterious, however to some degree secretive, appear to lie in the Roma movement from Rajasthan (in northwest India) to Spain between the ninth and fourteenth hundreds of years. These migrants carried with them musical instruments, such as wooden castanets, tambourines, bells, and an extensive repertoire of songs and dances. In Spain they encountered the rich cultures of the Sephardic Jews and the Moors. Their centuries-long cultural and social intermixing created one-of-a-kind work of art known as flamenco.

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Flamenco show Madrid each performance is imbued with intricate, pulsating rhythms and syncopation’s which encourage improvisation, ensuring that no two performances are ever quite the same. Every performance finishes with an informal, improvised dance session called fin de fiesta, which means “the end of the party”. The fin de Fiesta is a chance to experience the spontaneous life of Flamenco and Flamenco performer. Your guests will be captivated by this organic and festive performance which will make WOW effect to your gala, wedding or corporate event! While exceptionally fast footwork has become the basis of both male and female Flamenco dance forms, the female dancer may also incorporate props such as mantones (shawls), castanets and abanicos (fans).

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