The very best flamenco dance videos in Barcelona

Flamenco shows in Barcelona I Palau Dalmases

TOP 3 Flamenco dancing videos according to Palau Dalmases fans

Throughout the year, in Palau Dalmases we have shared a long list of videos of flamenco shows in Barcelona on our social networks (Facebook, Instagram and Youtube). We publish photos and videos of the different flamenco shows in Palau Dalmases along with material sent to us by our fans. If you still don’t know the Palau Dalmases flamenco tablao and its artists, you can buy your ticket through our website and see it live.

If, on the other hand, you already know us, but you haven’t had time to watch all our flamenco videos in Barcelona on Youtube, don’t worry! Here we share the 3 most successful videos of our flamenco show among our followers.

1. Candy Navarrete dancing at the Palau Dalmases flamenco show

Candy Navarrete’s video has undoubtedly been the most acclaimed by our Facebook fans. One of the veteran flamenco dancers with more charisma rises in first position and is not surprising. Candy showcases talent over all the tablaos where she dances and Palau Dalmases is no exception. Seeing her live is an incredible experience and to have her among our cast is an honour!

2. Flamenco dancer José Manuel Álvarez in Palau Dalmases

Jose Manuel Álvarez, besides being an excellent dancer with experience in tablaos all over Spain and overseas, is also a teacher. He gives flamenco classes in Barcelona and masterclasses all over the world. He is also a regular on major stages in Barcelona, such as the Palau de la Música Catalana.

Don’t miss the opportunity to see him dance live!

3. Lucas Balbo and his flamenco box drum: on of the favourites amongst our fans

Lucas Balbo is a flamenco percussionist born in Buenos Aires. He is a regular artist in tablaos and concert halls in Barcelona and has won second place in the competition of the Festival de Cajón Flamenco de Barcelona. Since he is part of the Palau Dalmases flamenco show, he transmits his sympathy, strength, rhythm and energy to all his colleagues and also to the audience. If you haven’t seen him in action yet, we invite you to come and see him at a flamenco performance in our palace.

You’ll surely like this one: The history of the flamenco box drum

Don’t miss any of our flamenco dance shows in Barcelona!

You can find all our videos published in the Youtube channel of Palau Dalmases. We recommend that you follow us on Facebook and Instagram to not miss anything and, obviously, if you want to enjoy the show live, get your ticket today!


Our artists: flamenco cantaor Jorge Mesa Valle “El Pirata”

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Jorge Mesa: Cantaor flamenco in Barcelona

Cantaor born in Jerez and raised in Barcelona with 15 years of profession on his back. During these last 15 years in the world of flamenco, he has performed as a singer / flamenco cantaor in all tablaos in Barcelona: El Cordobes, Tarantos, Tablao de Carmen Amaya, El Palacio del flamenco, as well as some tablaos in Madrid and Sevilla.

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He has worked with great artists of the national scene as: Rafaela Carrasco, Maria Carmona, Paniagua, Manuela Carrasco, Juan Carlos Lérida, Pilar and Juan Ogalla, Amador Rojas, La Talegona, Pedro Córdoba, Karime Amaya, Antonio Canales etc. Now you can enjoy his voice and his art in Palau Dalmases – Espai Barroc.

Cante flamenco in Barcelona

He has performed recitals of cante in different festivals such as: Ciutat Vella, festival De cajón, festival and has been featured in albums from the last and most important La Tremandita, Flamenco les 30 nits de Sabadell, Antonio Mairena international festival of flamenco, etc.

Different flamenco shows around the world

He has also performed different types of flamenco related projects, with the company of Juan Carlos Lerida (contemporary flamenco), the company Muleros (work of “Carmen” theater, Spanish classic and flamenco) Teatro Poliorama and Palau de la Musica with Opera Flamenco, fusion, Palau Sant Jordi with afroflamenco fusion, etc.

These companies have led him to perform in large halls and theaters from all over the world, from Germany, Belgium, Vienna, Poland, France, Germany, China, Saudi Arabia to Russia and many more international cities.

He is currently involved in several flamenco projects, alternating with tablaos and professor of the Catalan Music School (ESMUC).

Come and see the best flamenco show in Barcelona

If you want to enjoy in depth the passion and art that Jorge Mesa puts in all his performances, do not hesitate to come and see us at Palau Dalmases. Book your ticket now and get your front row seat for the best flamenco show in Barcelona in the heart of the city, next to the Picasso Museum and in a magical and full of enchantment place.

Keep reading: 13 reasons to go to a flamenco show in Barcelona

10 reasons to see a flamenco show in Barcelona

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10 reasons to see a flamenco show in Barcelona

A flamenco show should be a stop in every visit to Barcelona, to enjoy the city and have a great time. Today we want to tell you 10 reasons to see a flamenco show in Barcelona.

  1. A chance to know more about Spanish culture in Barcelona

The flamenco genre has its origins in the 18th century in Andalusia (Spain) from the interculturality of the area: Arabic, Jewish and Gypsy. Since then it has spread throughout Spain becoming one of the characteristic elements of Spanish culture.

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  1. Barcelona is one of flamenco’s capital cities

Barcelona is, along with Andalusia and Madrid, one of the regions that bet more on flamenco. Some historians consider the Ciudad Condal as the origin of flamenco guitar used in flamenco shows.

  1. Barcelona’s passion for flamenco

In addition to having tablaos like Palau Dalmases in Barcelona, you can breathe flamenco in the city. Schools, activities and events like The Cajón festival remind us that flamenco passion lives in Barcelona.

Keep reading: Why is flamenco in Barcelona so popular?

  1. Flamenco is Unesco’s World Heritage

In 2010, flamenco was declared an Intangible World Heritage by Unesco. One more reason to enjoy a flamenco show in Barcelona.

  1. Barcelona hosts the most acclaimed flamenco artists

Barcelona is and has been the birthplace of flamenco best artists. In addition, its appeal as a big city has also attracted artists from all over the country who offer an unparalleled artistic spectacle.

  1. Flamenco expresses lots of emotions

Flamenco is an art able to transmit all kinds of sensations. The movement of the body, the heels and the music of their guitars and chords is captivating.

  1. Flamenco fashion in Barcelona

Flamenco fashion blends vibrant colors and flounces that will make you feel even more flamenco passion in every movement.

  1. Barcelona’s best tablao

Palau Dalmases is a place to visit while in Barcelona. Our tablao flamenco fits in a baroque palace with more than 7 centuries of history. Prepare yourself to experience the best show in the best location.

Want to know more? Discover the history of tablao flamenco

  1. Many daily flamenco shows in Barcelona

At Palau Dalmases you can enjoy the show in the variety of daily passes that are offered every day, at 6:00 pm, 7:30 pm and 9:30 pm. You can enjoy other activities in Barcelona during the day and then come to enjoy a flamenco show along with a drink of your choice.

  1. Flamenco will make you feel better

Listening to a flamenco show will make you feel better with yourself in a healthy way. To listen and follow the music and dance helps to develop your hearing and improve your body’s coordination. And maybe we inspire you to start dancing flamenco for yourself!