Flamenco at Home
While we're all safe at home, waiting out the pandemic together, we can take the time to explore flamenco more deeply and, in doing so, connect more deeply with the flamenco community around the world.
On this page, we have brought together a list of flamenco resources that can help you do this.
We hope you find them useful. Please, let us know of any resources you think should be added to these lists.
Stephen Dick and Katerina Tomás
The Flamenco Trilogy
Bodas de Sangre
El Amor Brujo
For an in-depth, nearly daily dose of flamenco music, interviews and news, there's nothing better than the various weekly podcasts put out by the Spanish national radio and television service, RTE.
These programs explore both contemporary flamenco and flamenco's rich history. Also, they're a great chance to improve your Spanish and getting used to hearing the Andalusian accents you're going to hear the next time you're in Spain.
These are some of our favorites
This extraordinary series of videos, originally broadcast on RTVE2 from 1971 through 1973, are an in-depth look at flamenco at that time.
A channel focussing on contemporary flamenco artists
These are playlists Studio Flamenco has compiled for our students. - a starting point for exploring flamenco online.
An in-depth look at the art of flamenco guitar icon Tomatito
A documentary on the flamenco of the Albaicín neighborhood of Granada.
A powerful documentary on the struggles of female flamenco artists.
A brief documentary on flamenco guitar builder from the Conde family in Madrid
This is an exploration of the elements of flamenco from the point of view of contemporary British composer David Bruce