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Flamenco Maps

 ... and a NEW flamenco educational project was born! 🥳🥳🥳

Is it called “flamenco school,” or “flamenco online academy?”, NO, it's called FLAMENCOMAPS, because... go and visit:

It is an original, comprehensive and transformative way for flamenco DANCERS, GUITARISTS, SINGERS and all flamenco LOVERS to learn, practice and reach your full potential and creativity!


We can spend years learning choreographies, steps, letras, or falsetas by heart and still miss the fundamentals of how it REALLY works. FlamencoMAPS it is the perfect complement for any flamenco lessons you already take, whether it be dance, singing, guitar, palmas or percussion because it is not enough to accumulate knowledge and learn by heart. 💃🕺💛🧡💙


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