I did not know I liked flamenco until i went to a performance here. Upstaris is a museum with informaton, history, and costumes of flamenco. Go there!
Should be one of the top 10 while visiting Sevilla, but if you have nothing else to do before you check out of the hotel, give it a go.... Do think the price for the ticket doesn't merit what you will experience. There is a lot of repetition and several technical errors - videos, black and white photos, there are... More
You'll be blown away by this experience. Such talented young singers, guitarist and dancers keeping this tradition alive. Well worth it. Call into the bar around the corner for a sherry afterwards No it doesn't have a bathroom but it does have a toilet.
A small museum billed as the only Flamenco museum in the world the Museo del Baile Flamenco will teach you the history of the dance and let you experience Flamenco dancing by its professional team of a singer, guitar player and dancers. A lot of energy is packed into the 1 hour show. Recommended for all ages and those who... More
I don't think the museum itself is of any added value, but the Flamenco show in the evening is really spectacular: The dancers and guitar players are really, really good and are doing there utmost to make it a memorable experience. When I was there, it was completely sold out, so you'd better buy your tickets in time. Furthermore, you... More
Phenomenal display where you can see every move and every nuance. Remarkable program. Come early for front row but okay at any of the 3 rows
During a recent culinary tour to Andalucia, my clients and I visited the Museo de Baile Flamenco for a performance. The night we booked there were four performers, a singer, a guitar player, and two dancers, one male, one female. The quality of the artists was extremely high. Their performance was riveting. Great evening. I hear that this venue keeps... More
We attended a fabulous flamenco performance with both a male and female dancer, a famenco guitarist and singer. Their performances were passionate, soulful and accomplished. The hour flew by leaving the audience thrilled and awestruck by their artistry. We will try to see more flamenco while in Spain - what a privilege to enjoy this talent live and close enough... More
Enjoyed this 1 hour show. You should book beforehand, we arrived 15 minutes before the show was to start and had to sit at the back. It was a little hard to see the footwork but the musicians and dancers were very very professional. Worth doing if you don't want it to take up your entire evening.
This review is for the nightly Flamenco show. (I didn't visit the museum itself.). Frankly, I didn't think I could get that interested in flamenco but we felt that because we were in Seville, the purported birthplace of the dance, we had to see a show. We chose this show because it was the shortest in duration (1 hour), and... More
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