Flamenco is a beautiful professionalized art-form based on the various folkloric music traditions of Andalucia, Murcia and Extremadura on the South of Spain. It mainly refers to the musical tradition which have been influenced by more modern musical styles.

This musical style contains signing, guitar playing, dancing, chorus clapping, handclapping and finger snapping.

The Palace of fine arts in Brussels has opened its doors to this beautiful Spanish art once again, with 4 days of Flamenco, related to different themes such as the International Women´s Day and the Family Day, performed by known flamenco artists.

The second edition of the Flamenco Festival of Brussels brings the magic of flamenco in all its forms: music, dance and cinema. This year’s focus is on cultural encounters and exchanges, whether Mediterranean or Gypsy. With Misa Flamenca de Sevilla, Dorantes and Taksim Trio, workshop with Txarly Brown and Jonatan ‘Ximenes’ Jiménez, Chicuelo & Marinah, Rumbamazigha, Fuensantala la Moneta with the dance show ‘Divine Human Love’ and cinema with the latest La Jota de Carlos Saura and the award-winning documentary about Enrique Morente: Omega.


Wednesday 6 March 2019 [19:00 – 22:00]

Thursday 7 March 2019 [19:00 – 22:30]

Friday 8 March 2019 [19:00 – 22:30]

Saturday 9 March 2019 [17:00 – 22:30]

Sunday 10 March 2019 [13:00 – 18:00]


If you are close to Brussels this weekend, we highly suggest you inform yourself correctly and try to make some time to go to this event and enjoy a bit of Spanish art, not under the Spanish sun, but in the palace of fine arts.

For more information about the programme, here you got a PDF that explains everything.