Centro Flamenco Fosforito

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Daiga T
London, UK261 contributions
Stumbled upon it by accident and was very happy for that. Nice, peculiar courtyard with flamenco museum. One can learn so much. Free to visit.
Written February 15, 2020
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DaveLipp
New York City, NY127 contributions
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The Fosforito museum in Cordoba turns out to be about flamenco singer Antonio Fernandez Diaz, who had that sparkly nickname. Later in his career he sang and made albums with, aong others, Paco de Lucia. And the museum turns out to be part of something more flamenco-comprehensive, La Posada del Potro. Here are extensive and mind-boggling deliberations of the many varieties of flamenco. Yu -American rhythms. This joint is worth hours, if it's your thang.
Written June 12, 2017
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Andrew_and_Yoko
Chelmsford, UK45 contributions
Like many other reviewers we stumbled across the Flamenco Experience, We were told that a convert was about to start and that it was to be free.

We were treated to the most wonderful professional performance in a small upper room with about 80 others from a brilliant guitarist and singer. We didn't understand the words of the songs but they were passionately rendered - the guitarist was brilliant.

I don't know how frequent these concerts are but I would urge anyone to stay and experience one.

Written March 7, 2017
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Paula C
Belford, UK28 contributions
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We went to this museum as my husband dances flamenco in the uk. The whole set up was authentic and went through the whole spectrum of what flamenco should be, it history right up to date well worth a visit and it's free!!!
Written September 7, 2018
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Jamor
Deal, UK58 contributions
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Stumbled across this lovely little building by accident. What an interesting place. Lots of information about flamenco and its history and lots of interactive screens. I especially liked all the old photographs. All for free!!
Written February 14, 2017
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Dalty
Eugene, OR287 contributions
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This free museum was surprisingly informative, and educated me in the origins of flamenco. It is worthwhile to stop by.
Written January 12, 2017
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Almostrussian
Brisbane, Australia79 contributions
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Looking at the reviews of other visitors I can't help but feel that I missed something...or maybe I'm becoming a grumpy old bag who's hard to impress! I just didn't get that much out of this museum and I didn't learn much about the history & origins of flamenco. There are audio-visual displays that explain the different styles/types of flamenco, but most of the museum is dedicated to paraphernalia associated with Antonio Fernández Díaz, known as Fosforito, who is one of the most famous flamenco singers (hence the name of the museum!). I think unless you are a fan of Fosforito, or obsessed with flamenco, your visit to this museum will be a quick walk through which, for 2 euros, is fine. The building that houses the museum is gorgeous, and I got my 2 euros worth reading the history of the house and in photos that now form part of the slide show on my computer!
Written February 15, 2016
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cc1Canada
canada350 contributions
Thank goodness the city decided to restore this building. I have only a passing interest in the Flamenco exhibitions but the building site and how they have restored it is beautiful for everyone who is interested in the history of Cordoba.
Written January 14, 2020
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Charles J
Glasgow, UK579 contributions
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This is somewhere that relies on a knowledge and love of Flamenco. I can see the love in the Spanish visitors. For the rest of us the exhibit seems a little withheld in its passion. There simply isn’t enough to stir the emotions. At the same time one recognises the importance if the place and the collection, difficult balance. Just need a bit of tweaking. Go in though...have a good look.
Written May 2, 2019
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m j
london35 contributions
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Charming little courtyard with various rooms playing different types of flamenco - if you like flamenco you will enjoy it.
Written January 19, 2019
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