Visiting Seville on her honeymoon 20 years ago, dancer Francesca Grima (or ‘Chica’ as she is better known) is still there, living the life of a professional flamenco artist. As Chica prepares to return to Australia for her performance in Flamenco Fire - Veinte Años in Brisbane, she tells us what it means to do flamenco full-time.Read More
What’s happening near you? Flamenco Australia Magazine has you covered for flamenco events happening around the country.Read More
Buying a bata is a big investment. It’s an important purchase and one that you can get a lot of worth out of if you look after your bata well. Maija Lepistö, Designer at flamenco dress shop Fabrica Flamenca gives us some tips on what to look for when choosing a bata.Read More
Here we take a look at some of 2019’s big flamenco festivals that you can expect to see popping up in your social media feeds over winter. Cover photo of Olga Pericet by Paco Villalta courtesy of Festival Flamenco Alburquerque.Read More
Whether you’re an aficionado or you know nothing about flamenco, if you’re visiting Spain, chances are you’re going to want to see a flamenco show. Here we take a look at the different types of venues where you can encounter flamenco.Read More
Flamenco workshops are a popular way to push yourself a little bit further. Maestros from Spain visit Australia every year, often visiting two or three capital cities to run workshops at different levels. If you’ve never attended a workshop before and you’re not sure what to expect, here are a few considerations.Read More
Flamenco Australia Magazine welcomes articles from Australians visiting Spain for flamenco. Here Rachael Melky from Sydney tells us why she’s visiting Spain and what she’s discovered this trip.Read More
The Feria and flamenco go hand in hand - or so it seems - as this Seville celebration is captured in images of flamencas in brightly coloured dresses dancing Sevillanas. But how much flamenco can you actually see at the Feria in Seville?Read More
Hi, my name is Catherine Miller.
I am very excited to be taking Flamenco Australia Magazine into its next phase. This resource for Australia’s flamenco community is getting a new look in April 2019 with a brand new website and new regular magazine articles. You will see the new look and feel on the Facebook page and Twitter account too.