The show was filled with guitar music (toque), singing (cante), and various vocalizations (jaleo) and dance shows (baile). And not to forget the great foot and handwork by dancers and singers, that was a real sound art. What is interesting, much of the footwork (zapateo, shoe tapping) was done in a sitting position. The handwork involved hand clapping (palmas) and finger-snapping (pitos).
Inmaculada Aranda, Pedro Cordoba (dancers) and Chelo Pantoja (lead singer).
To be frank, I went there with a bit childish understanding of flamenco, as only a dance art where women are dancing in beautiful long red dresses, accompanied by male dancers wearing black costumes. And expected sounds of castanets. But I spent the evening enjoying art that was all in one dynamic, passionate, and very sophisticated as to the performing techniques involved.
Guitar music, singing, dancing plus foot, and handwork. Real teamwork on stage. Below some other impressions of the show, although sounds would be better to understand it. (Unfortunately, any recording was prohibited by the club.)