Flamenco: dance, music & history

Moclín, Granada. 28th June - 5th July 2022


5 days of intense Flamenco discovery

Posted By : Natalie Solgala On 2nd May 2022

Andalucia and Flamenco are inextricably intertwined. This 7 day course will explore the history of Flamenco, influences from around the world, its moorish heritage and the modern-day interpretations. You will learn the beats, rhythms, and choreography accompanied by guitar and the cajón.

"I cannot fully express how magical this course was. Every detail was perfect — from the delicious meals, to the dance, history, and music instruction”

Lisa - Flamenco course 2019


The course will include a visit to the caves of Sacromonte, in Granada, to see a performance followed by tapas and more spontaneous dance in the intimate setting of one of our favourite city centre bars. There will also be one day of leisure during which you may wish to visit the famous Alhambra Palace.

At the end of the week and the culmination of the course, the tutors and students will be invited to perform in the village square to residents of the village.

No previous dance experience necessary, just lots of enthusiasm. If you would like to specialise in Flamenco guitar, or the cajón, and have some musical experience this can also be arranged.


This fun but instructional course is hosted by the amazing guys at Granada Concierge in a charming rural hotel located in the historic village of Moclín, about 35 minutes’ drive from Granada city and airport. All classes will be held in the large studios in the hotel, and there will be plenty of opportunity to get out and explore the glorious surrounding countryside. The property, which is exclusively ours for the week, is traditionally Andalucian in style and arranged around a central open courtyard, has a roof terrace and is right on the edge of the village with panoramic views over the surrounding landscape.


You can book online directly with Granada Concierge

Read more about the course here and what is offered


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