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The Castle Where I Was Raised

I want to share with you a bit about the awesome place where I was born! The ancient castle and village of Montanchez in Southwestern Spain (about two hours from Seville).

My birthplace was...

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What Do You Want To Know About Flamenco?

 

This winter, I am researching in Spain, my native homeland.

My research is not only for myself, it is to be shared with the international community of Flamenco lovers.

If you have a question,...

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What is Flamenco?


 The Webster’s dictionary defines Flamenco both as a style of music as well as a style of dance.

Rightly so, because Flamenco is not just one performing art form, but several of them...

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Barefoot Flamenco (part 1)

Contemporary Barefoot Flamenco Dance by Puela Lunaris

“Where and when did you discover barefoot Flamenco?” I am sometimes asked. I cannot say I “discovered” barefoot...

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Still New Year, New You? (A Ritual of Renewal)

Do you remember the excitement of the new year?

Beginning a new cycle?

Your new year's resolutions?...

Or is that excitement of the New Year/New You gone… and what's left is the "same old,...

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Gypsy Children Singing & Dancing

In 1994 I began The Chanelar Flamenco Project as part of Dances of the World Society's focus on preserving aspects of  Flamenco in danger of extinction, specially the oral tradition.

I am...

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La Chunga

Often times I am asked if Barefoot Flamenco is something I have invented? The answer is NO, I cannot take credit for that, and nobody really should.

With the Lunaris Barefoot Flamenco Tradition...

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In Memoriam: La Faraona

It has been my greatest honor and joy to have the remarkable Gypsy dancer from Sevilla, Pilar "La Faraona" be my friend and a very significant person in my life. She was the daughter of my mentor...

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Gypsy Sephardi Tambourine

Ever since times immemorial my ancestors in Spain (and all over the Mediterranean area actually) danced with the tambourine. The Iberians, the Celts, the Romans, the Sephardim, the Moors, the...

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Fascinating Interviews: Farruco Family - Jorge El Canastero

In this video, enjoy with me a delightful Spring night in Seville (Spain), right outside the Museo del Baile Flamenco, nearby the world famous Giralda Tower.

I am interviewing the awesome gypsy...

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