With this free course of 9 video lessons you will learn to dance Sevillanas
The sevillanas are an Andalusian song and dance typical of Seville, Huelva and other provinces of Andalusia, which are sung and danced in the different fairs that are held in the Andalusian community, especially in the April Fair of Seville or in the pilgrimage of El Rocío, in the Almonteña village of Huelva, in the pilgrimage of La Virgen de la Cabeza, Province of Jaén. They are also popular in the different pilgrimages and in ancient times, in the corralones of neighbors and patios. It is usually danced with a dress with ruffles or a jersey and a skirt and heels. Its origin would be found in the years prior to the time of the Catholic Monarchs, in compositions that were known as "Seguidillas Castellanas". They were created in 1847. Over time they evolved and were aflamencando, adding the dance in the eighteenth century until reaching the songs and dances with which they are named today.
It is part (along with the verdiales, fandangos, boleros of Jaén etc) of the folklore of Andalusia. They arrived at the Seville Fair the same year of its foundation with the name that characterizes it, although they were not recognized with that term by the Royal Spanish Academy until 1884. It is currently the most danced regional dance in Spain and abroad, and there are numerous schools and academies that are dedicated to the teaching of this dance spread around the world