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Join us on the North Highland Way... become a Friend and receive all kinds of benefits! Like a passport to the North Highland Way. I walked some of the Camino de Frances in 2019 but have not been that way since. If I find the notes, I will append them to this blog Here is the difference between Spanish and French flamenco.
Flamenco is a traditional Spanish art form that originated in the southern region of Andalusia. However, it has also gained popularity outside of Spain, including in France. While Flamenco in both countries shares the same roots, there are some differences in the way it is performed and perceived.

In Spain, Flamenco is deeply rooted in the culture and history of Andalusia. It is often associated with the gypsy communities and reflects the struggles and emotions of the marginalized groups. Flamenco is considered a serious art form that requires years of training and practice. It is performed in intimate settings such as small bars, theaters, and flamenco clubs called “tablao.”

In contrast, in France, Flamenco is often seen as a form of entertainment and is performed in larger venues such as theaters and concert halls. Flamenco shows in France are often more theatrical and choreographed, with less emphasis on improvisation and the raw emotion that is central to the art form in Spain.

Another difference between Flamenco in Spain and France is the level of formal education and training available. In Spain, there are numerous Flamenco schools and conservatories where students can receive formal training in Flamenco dance, music, and singing. In France, while there are some Flamenco schools and workshops, the training is largely focused on choreographies for dance.

Overall, while Flamenco in France shares many similarities with its Spanish counterpart, although there are distinct differences in the way it is performed, perceived, and taught.
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