Niños Flamencos

In the last few years it's become more and more common for non-Spanish dance students to move to Spain to study Flamenco seriously. Usually these are students who are already some of the best in their class in their own country and feel that they are capable of much more. They often have the ambition of wanting to become professional Flamenco dancers and for some their ultimate ambition is to dance professionally in Spain - though this is something very few of them will achieve. Because in their classes in Spain they will be in competition not only with all the other very talented Flamenco dancers who are also drawn there from all over the world, but also of course they'll also be in compet

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