Tour and Show: Flamenco en Triana: Flamenco XXI provides both fun and educational experiences, combining theoretical vision of a journey and the artistic feeling of a flamenco show. Flamenco, although there are various discussions about its roots, is the cradle of art to Andalusia. The birthplace of flamenco is the region of Andalusia and the Andalusian people, whose interpreters have found it the most concise, expressive and easy way to interpret different moods and all kind of feelings.
The flamenco feeling that comes to any fan anywhere in the world to the artistic expression created by the merge of vocal music, dance and musical accompaniment (singing, dancing and guitar playing) and is considered Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. This was considered by UNESCO, presented with its highest honor in 2010.
Follow the path of the most unique cultural flamenco through our historic walk “Flamenco en Triana”. From the statue of Antonio Mairena to the most remote points where singers, dancers and bullfighters walked their art. On the way, a stop in neighboring pens on the streets where they lived. Potters characters like Juan Belmonte, Francisco Ortega Vargas “El Fillo” or the famous dynasty of the Caganchos.
The visit takes about forty-five minutes and are translated into several languages. The visit ends with the performance of our flamenco compound of guitar, singing and dancing in the historical context of Triana in a unique environment, sipping a local wine.
Meeting/pick-up point: Paseo de Cristóbal Colón # 12, 41001 Sevilla - Statue of the Countess of Barcelona (next to the bullfighting ring La Maestranza).
Duration: 1.5 hours.
Start/opening time: At 4pm in Spanish and translated to Italian. 5pm in Spanish and translated to French. At 6pm in Spanish and translated to English. At 7pm only in Spanish.