What you'll do
As an expert Flamenco dancer, born in Triana, I will take you to my private studio (no show for tourists); an exclusive studio for you, where to the sound of traditional music, I will teach you master steps of flamenco dance. First how to play the palms to the beat of the dance, then some light steps, easy and simple, of our flamenco dances. We will dance some sevillanas and other modalities such as bulerias or rumba. Before entering the same room I will put a short explanatory video of flamenco; Some history, some great artists and their "sticks" (types of dances). In the end we will go to La Bodeguita de Triana Bar, from my friends José and Antonio where we will have a soda or beer, and a typical Sevillian tapa. During the experience it is possible to be accompanied by my partner José; knowledgeable expert of flamenco from its Arab and Jewish roots. He will tell you how the history of Flamenco began, in the union of these two cultures with the gypsy. While they sang their sorrows after their expulsion and later shelter in the caves (cavas) of the suburbs of Triana. For the dance I will give you flowers and gypsy shawls; that will allow you to be dancers for a day, and take some photos or record a video. If you want you can buy them at the end.
Hi. I am Rocío, flamenco dancer and Spanish dance. Degree in dance teacher from the School of Dance of Caracolillo in Triana. . I danced in the Ballet City of Seville, Flamenco Biennial, stages of France and England. I teach in Seville and Vejer, and I'm still training at the prestigious Flamenco School of Juan Polvillo in the Barrio de la Macarena. In Triana where I live, I can accompany my visitors to a route through the world of bullfighting and flamenco, if they ask me to. I live between Seville and Vejer de la Frontera (Cádiz), because I married a vejeriego, José who may be able to accompany us, an expert guide in the Arab, Jewish and Christian world of Seville and Morocco. Their last names are Sephardic and Moriscos; an Andalusian of blood Bere Bere, who tells us how flamenco begins in the mixture of gypsies with Arabs and Jews.
Tapa of chacina, or typical Triana cuisine
Biere o refresh
Fabric or paper flower to hold the hair, and gypsy shawl to cover the shoulders and facilitate the dance
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Where you'll be
Our appointment will be at the Triana Flamenco Monument (singular and more traditional neighborhood of Seville); and we will go for a walk to my studio, passing through the Cathedral Church of Triana, cobbled streets where flamenco dancers, singers and guitarists have been born; and even famous bullfighters. After my study in Rodrigo de Triana Street. To finish in the Bodeguita Triana of my friends José and Antonio for a tapa and beer as a party
Things to keep in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 10 guests ages 6 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.
You’ll need to take a picture of yourself that matches the photo on your ID. This is so Airbnb can confirm who’s actually going on the experience. You’ll only have to do this once.
You can bring your camera of photos or videos to record the dancing arabs. And don't forget shoes
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