Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

6 classes of 1 h.

The course will last for 6 days (Sat. 6.07. – Fri. 12.07.2024), Tue. 9.07.2024 – scheduled day off. Subject to changes.

165 Eur

– 5% until 30.04.2024, additional 5% discount when purchasing two or more courses.

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Exploring the world of flamenco guitar

The flamenco guitar course led by Antonio Andrade is a unique and highly beneficial experience that immerses students into the captivating yet complex world of flamenco. It focuses on deep learning and comprehensive understanding of flamenco art through the instrument of the guitar.

Antonio Andrade's pedagogical approach is characterized by its holistic nature, going beyond just teaching techniques and chords. His aim is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of flamenco music, its history, cultural roots, and artistic expression. Classes are not limited solely to the study of the guitar. Students have the opportunity to participate in dance classes as well. This allows them to understand how music and dance are intrinsically connected in flamenco, and how the guitar plays a fundamental role in creating the atmosphere and rhythm that form the basis for dance.

This course is closely connected with our dance, singing, and rhythm & beat courses. Special attention is paid to the styles that will be studied in choreography classes, such as Guajira, Tangos/Bulerías, and Fandango.

The technique of flamenco guitar is complex and requires a thorough and direct approach: from the correct posture to the precise execution of techniques such as rasgueos, arpeggios, or trémolos to understanding the connection with singing and dancing. Students have the opportunity to apply what they have learned both in dance and singing.

Classes are dynamic and interactive, fostering collaboration among students and the exchange of ideas and experiences. Antonio Andrade is not only a master of the guitar but also a mentor who guides and motivates his students on their musical discovery journey.

At the end of the course, students will have gained a deep understanding of flamenco guitar, as well as a broader appreciation of flamenco art and culture as a whole. With the acquired knowledge and post-course work, they will not only be able to interpret flamenco music with technical finesse but also convey the emotion and passion that characterize this unique and fascinating genre.

musical discovery journey


Students become familiar with the basic concepts of flamenco guitar, learning strumming techniques, fundamental chords, and basic flamenco rhythms. Additionally, they explore different flamenco styles in an introductory manner and begin to develop a basic understanding of the relationship between the guitar and flamenco dance.


Students deepen their mastery of flamenco guitar, refining more complex techniques characteristic of the genre. They also delve into the workings of rhythmic and harmonic patterns of the thematic styles for this year (Guajira, Tangos/Bulerías, Fandango).


At the advanced level, students master advanced techniques of flamenco guitar, including the execution of falsetas and elements within their corresponding style and rhythm. Additionally, they deepen their theoretical and structural understanding of the thematic styles for this year (Guajira, Tangos/Bulerías, Fandango).


Antonio Andrade Andrade was born in La Puebla de Cazalla, near Seville. He grew up immersed in the culture of his ancestors, flamenco, influenced by his uncle José Menese, a living legend of flamenco, who has always been a role model for him.

Together with his brother Javier Andrade, who is also his manager and producer, he founded the Compañía Flamenca Antonio Andrade, leaving his mark on the world of flamenco with innovative productions such as "Mi Andalucía", "Viva Sevilla", "Flamenco es mi vida", "Noches de Amor", "Vaya con Dios", "Bailando al Cante", "Lluvia de Tierra", "Flamenco Suite", "Mi Carmen Flamenca", "Torera" and "Flamenco meets Tango".

He completed countless tours on all five continents, from Europe (including the Deutsche Oper Berlin, the Alte Oper Frankfurt, the Prinzregententheater München, the Warsaw Philharmonic, the Konzerthaus Wien, the Teatro Ariston San Remo), through the United States (Joyce Theatre New York, Fox Theatre Atlanta, Lensic Theatre Santa Fe) to Japan (Tokyo International Forum, Granship Daichi Shizuoka), China (Oriental Art Center Shanghai and Mei Lang Fan Grand Opera Beijing), Russia, as well as many other countries such as Panama, Turkey, Morocco, Syria, Canada, Oman, and Australia. Additionally, he participated in productions such as "Magneten" under the direction of André Heller, and collaborated with prestigious ensembles such as the Music Ensemble of Benares (India) or the Maria Benitez Teatro Flamenco (USA). Under the direction of Cristina Hoyos and conductor John Axelrod, he carried out the impressive premiere of "Homenaje a Carmen" with the Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla in the Reales Alcázares of Seville.

He is a co-founder of the world's first flamenco theaters, the Teatro Flamenco Madrid, the Teatro Flamenco Sevilla, and the Teatro Flamenco Málaga.

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