A pioneering workshop teaches flamenco to people in wheelchairs or with functional diversity


Dancer and teacher Jose Galán is making history in the field of flamenco education. He´s already known for his innovative shows starring students with mental disabilities. Now, he´s teaching flamenco to people in wheelchairs or with other physical limitations.  Taking it one step further, the Christina Hereen Foundation is donating space for his classes.

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Manuel Santiago ‘Manolete’, flamenco from the Sacromonte to Japan


People from the USA to Japan have enjoyed his flamenco performances. Manuel Santiago Mayas, mostly known as ‘Manolete’, has dedicated his life to flamenco and stages. In 2001, he won the Spanish National Dance Award and, since 2009, he directs an International Flamenco School located in the Sacromonte quarter, in Granada, which is named after […]

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