• Learn Flamenco Guitar - The Ultimate Guide

    1 season

    This is where it all begins. Whether you’re new to the guitar or just new to flamenco, this course was designed to teach you what you need to know to not only play flamenco, but to truly understand how flamenco works so that you can play now, but also continue learning. This course will give you ...


    2 seasons

    The Escobilla Editions are close looks at one of the important aspects of accompanying the footwork section - the Escobilla - of any danced Palo. In addition to being very useful for those who want to accompany dance, learning how to play the Escobilla is a great way to improve your compás and to...

  • Tangos Explained

    1 season

    Course Material notation and TABS for this course can be found here:
    This Tangos Explained course was designed to be our Level 2 course, to be taken upon completion of our Learn Flamenco Guitar: The Ultimate Guide course, which focuses on Soleá. Ta...

  • Tientos Explained

    1 season

    Tientos Explained is an intermediate/advanced course covering everything you need to play Tientos. The course includes videos on basic compás, advanced compás variations, Llamadas and Cierres, various falsetas, and a Putting It Together video. To wrap it up we have a Tientos Cante video for learn...

  • Solea Por Buleria Explained

    1 season

    The .PDF Course material for this can be found here: This is an advanced course that covers what you need to know to play Soleá por Buleria, from basic compás to some pretty sophisticated falsetas. And of course we show you how to put it all togeth...

  • Alegrias Explained

    1 season

    In Alergias Explained we explore every aspect of a danced Alegrias with the help of Bailaor (dancer) Manuel Gutierrez and Cantaor (singer) Jose Cortes. No Palo has more different sections than the Alegrias, and we look at all of them, including the Salida, the Letras, the Escobilla, the Silencio,...

  • Bulerías Explained LEVEL 1

    1 season

    We highly recommend finishing our Ultimate Guide course, or having a solid understanding of Soleá, before beginning this course. While much of the material will be accessible to beginners, many of the concepts will make much more sense if you have a firm grasp of the slower 12-beat compás.

    This ...

  • Bulerías Explained LEVEL 2

    1 season

    We highly recommend completing Level 1 before starting this level.

    Level 2 picks up where Level 1 left off, beginning with the all-important “Patata Pattern” and taking off from there. Start here only if you are quite sure that your basic compás is solid, as we quickly add variations that demand...

  • Bulerías Explained LEVEL 3

    1 season

    We highly recommend completing levels 1 & 2 before starting this level.

    In this level we get into some of the advanced concepts that will allow you to really feel comfortable no matter what happens in a Buleria. By the end of Level 3 you’ll have enough material to play some real, and groovy, Bul...

  • Tarantas Explained

    1 season

    Tarantas Explained is an advanced level course that explores and explains Tarantas, one of the Libre Palos. Tarantas has one of the most distinctive sounds of any Palo in flamenco. In this course we look at getting around in the ‘key’ of F# Phrygian, and we look at how to flow from falseta to fal...

  • Tarantos Explained

    1 season

    Tarantos Explained is an intermediate/advanced course that explores and explains Tarantos, the in-compás cousin of Tarantas. Tarantos, like Tarantas, has one of the most distinctive sounds of any Palo in flamenco. In this course we look at getting around in the ‘key’ of F# Phrygian and then get i...

  • Sevillanas Explained

    1 season

    In Sevillanas Explained we look at everything you need to understand how Sevillanas work, and present you with two Sevillanas guitar solos - a traditional set and Kai's solo guitar Sevillanas, which get quite challenging! We also look at accompanying the most commonly sung Sevillana - La Puerta D...

  • Seguirillas Explained

    1 season

    Course materials for the course can be found and downloaded here:
    Seguirillas Explained is our in-depth look at what you need to know to play Seguirillas. It’s an intermediate-advanced course, so while much of the material presented is a bit challe...

  • Farruca Explained

    1 season

    Course Materials can be found here: Farruca Explained is an intermediate level course in which we cover what you need to know to start playing Farruca. We start out by looking at playing compás por Farruca, we look at some embellishments of the com...

  • Cante Explained

    1 season

    In Cante Explained we look at how to begin really understanding the accompaniment of flamenco Cante. With the help of singer Juan Murube we go into great detail on accompaniment of Soleá, and then take the skills we learn there and transfer to Bulerias and Tangos. And for good measure we look at ...


    7 seasons

    Our Cante Play Along Series was designed to provide the missing link in most flamenco guitarists’ education - the chance to play for a flamenco singer. We've produced videos of a fantastic young flamenco singer - Antonio El Turry - with percussion but without guitar, so you can experience what it...

  • Summer Technique Bootcamp

    2 seasons

    Download the .pdf Materials for this here:
    The Flamenco Explained Summer Technique Bootcamp is all about learning the principles of good practice (and applying them, of course!) so you can move your playing to the next level. We explore the princip...

  • BOOK VIDEOS From Flamenco Explained: The Guitarist's Survival Guide

    6 seasons

    Free videos to accompany the book: Flamenco Explained: The Guitarist's Survival Guide. Note the palo and page number to watch the video example associated with the book.

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    5 seasons

    All the free videos available - Click the dropdown to access the various playlists including: Performance videos, Method Book Videos, Video Glossary, Compas Loops and Pro Tips.

  • Compás Loops

    6 seasons

    There is no variation in the compás, so if you can train yourself to hear the compás you should be able to lock in and get used to playing with the accompaniment of Palmas and cajón. It may not be the most interesting loop in the world, but its purpose is to help you hear the compás and not to be...