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Essential Flamenco Questions & Answers

Manila, Philippines

Can the audience join in with the dancing towards the end of the show?

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Ramiro F
Madrid, Spain
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Hello Jordan: Flamenco music is the way two very different things are named. One is the flamenco folk music, the folclore from Andalucía (the sevillanas dance, for example). In this kinds of flamenco shows, many times they invited you to go up to the stage, every body will have a loughter, and a nice "paella y sangría" party time.

The other is flamenco jondo. Skilled artist that show their intense emotions, and your role is just been seated there feeling with all your soul, sometimes untll the tears. You will applaude with enthusiasm, the artist will have a feedback, and they will take your emotion to grow up.

Difficult thing to explain in four words, specially with my half-baked english :)

Finally, to answer your question: No, you can not join the dancers in our show

5 months ago Google Translation
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Not really, because they work together and know what to expect from each other to make the show.

5 months ago
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No, it would demean the professional approach to a great art form

5 months ago
Setubal, Portugal
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Not really. That is not part of the peicedure. Flamenco is deemed an art, taking many years to perfect

5 months ago
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No. It's not that type of show, no audience participation. It is a purely artistic show to be appreciated and admired

4 months ago Google Translation
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No. It's not that type of show, no audience participation. It is a purely artistic show to be appreciated and admired.

5 months ago
London, United Kingdom
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Hi Jordan,

Not in this place. But there is another place where they call you to the stage to dance towards the end of the show. The place is called 'La Taberna de Mister Pinkelton'

Tickets are slightly more expensive but the show is good. Apparently its one of the oldest flamenco places in Madrid.

5 months ago
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I agree

5 months ago
Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey
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no

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Madrid, Spain
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No, that would be out of place and not expeccted.

3 months ago
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No. It's not that type of show, no audience participation. It is a purely artistic show to be appreciated and admired

4 months ago Google Translation
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I don't thing so. These are professional artists with a professional appearance

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