Discovering Flamenco Singing and Song

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Discovering Flamenco Singing and Song

The deadline for this opportunity has passed.

Interested in Flamenco singing? Historically the first thing that appears was the singing, then the baile, then the guitar. Back in the day, people in Andalusia used to sing in order to process their daily sorrow or happiness. For more information, here is a Wikipedia description.

This 2020, I am offering 10 lessons to help you develop your understanding of compas (beat) voice placement and the different Flamenco styles that you can do with dance and without it.

We will study history, styles, compas, palmas and palmas remates, voice work, and placement, Flamenco singing details and develop pieces to be sung for dancers or without them.

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This class is suitable for beginner singers and guitar players wanting to learn how to accompany song or any dancers trying to get familiar with Flamenco singing and styles.

Some knowledge of basic music rhythms will help, however, if you are interested and want to explore come every Thursday to explore. Cante Flamenco invited guitarist Tosh Hayashi will be present on January 23, February 6, 20, and March 26, 2020.

Date: Thursdays,  January – March 2020
7:30 – 8:30pm
Pine Studio, Evergreen Community SPACES (#2, 1709 8th Ave. NE)

What do you need:

  • Notebook
  • Pen
  • Recording machine


  • Classes are $25 per person, drop-in, one hour session.
  • Package of 10 classes $210, early-bird before January 3, 2020.
  • Package of 10 classes $230, after January 3, 2020.
  • Private classes are $60.

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*Minimum of five students to run the class*
*Maximum of 15 students to run the class*

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