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Flamenco

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Jerez is considered the Birthplace of Flamenco. This city has been, since the turn of the last century, the city which has produced the most, and best, singers, dancers and guitarists in the whole history of Flamenco. The most important churches in Jerez, built after the Christian conquest of the city, have lent their names to its most traditional quarters: Santiago and San Miguel, where the roots of the Bulería are to be found.

 

In the very heart of the Santiago quarter, located in the Penmartin Palace, stands the Andalusian Flamenco Centre, equipped with the most up-to-date audiovisual technology, its specialised library and extensive sound archives provide an insight into the history and understanding of this very special art form which is so deeply rooted in the spirit of the local inhabitants.

 

Jerez offers the very best of Flamenco each day in its famous tablaos, in addition to some very interesting flamenco performances: from flamenco recitals in the numerous Peña Flamenca clubs to be found dotted around the city, the traditional Bulería Festival (in September), to the famous Jerez International Flamenco Festival which takes place each year during February and March.