An authentic, colourful and passionate Flamenco Show is ideal entertainment for parties of all ages!
Whether you require a full-length flamenco show or a smaller set - possibly combined with a fun workshop to get people in the mood - Nomad Artz will be happy to discuss your ideas and requirements for Flamenco party entertainment, and put something together that will make your party rattle of castanets!
Dancers are accompanied with Flamenco guitarists and singers performing in authentic Spanish and gypsy styles.
Inspired by the raw and intense performances inside’s Spain’s tablaos, dancers create an authentic cuadro style atmosphere infused with exciting new choreography. Dancers perform in traditional Flamenco attire donning fans, castanets, and elaborate dresses in a dramatic explosion of color.
The passion and excitement of authentic Spanish flamenco music and dance brought to you by a top dance company of highly respected and experienced professional flamenco artists and musicians.
More about Flamenco:
Flamenco is a Spanish musical genre with strong, rhythmic undertones and is often accompanied with a similarly impassioned style of dance characterized by its powerful yet graceful execution, as well as its intricate hand and footwork. Flamenco embodies a complex musical and cultural tradition. Although considered part of the culture of Spain in general, flamenco actually originates from one region: Andalusia. However, other areas, mainly Extremadura and Murcia, have contributed to the development of several flamenco musical forms, and a great number of renowned flamenco artists have been born in other territories of the state. The roots of flamenco are not precisely known, but it is generally acknowledged that flamenco grew out of the unique interplay of native Andalucian, Islamic, Sephardic, and Gypsy cultures that existed in Andalucia prior to and after the Reconquest. Latin American and especially Cuban influences have also been important in shaping several flamenco musical forms.
Once the seeds of flamenco were planted in Andalucia, it grew as a separate subculture, first centered in the provinces of Seville, Cádiz and part of Málaga—the area known as Baja Andalucía (Lower Andalusia)—but soon spreading to the rest of Andalucia, incorporating and transforming local folk music forms. As the popularity of flamenco extended to other areas, other local Spanish musical traditions (e.g. the Castilian traditional music) would also influence, and be influenced by, the traditional flamenco styles.