In learning Flamenco dance your mirror is your BFF.
"Listen? To singing? But this article is about dance!" you say.
Your knees are one of the most important parts of your Flamenco anatomy.
Jaleo (hah-LAY-oh) is a Spanish noun that means “uproar.
The importance of quality instruction in Flamenco dance and guitar (and anything in life for that matter) is often, unfortunately, highly underrated.
So often I see Flamenco dancers executing extraordinarily complex and fast-as-lightning footwork patterns, whipping their arms about in a frenzy, their wet hair.
The Flamenco guitarist is a partner to the Flamenco dancer – two people embarking on shared but separate journeys.
Floreo (floor-A-oh) in Spanish means, "to flower".
Escobilla in Spanish means a small broom or brush.
Flamenco dance is considered by many to be the world's 2nd most difficult dance form, 2nd only to Indian classical dance.