Flamenco, as you will know, is a genuine Spanish art, and to be more exact a genuine Southern Spanish art. It exists in three forms: Cante, the song, Baile, the dance, and Guitarra, the guitar. Gypsies are very often named as its fathers, and (it can at least) be taken for certain that they played an important part in its creation.
However the popular songs and dances of Andalusia have also influenced early Flamenco considerably. Certainly there were other influences, too, which is not surprising in a country that has been dominated by most diverse cultures and civilizations during its different historical eras. Important thing to know is that the cradle of flamenco is certainly in western Andalusia, and there are few better places for flamenco than Seville.
Enjoy a nice musical evening coming to see one of the most enchanting, colourful and full of passion flamenco shows in a typical Jewish house in the lovely Santa Cruz Section, which includes the collaboration of a great number of artists, many of them awarded with national and international prizes. Show takes around 1 hour and it is not a touristic place.