SUCCESS: Flamenco Compas Explained Crowdfunded

Thank you so much to all our 25 backers!!

This is the first step to creating a huge selection of online flamenco courses.

Kickstarter Flamenco Gypsy

Online Flamenco Courses

Ok so this is step one 🙂

We have our Compas stuff fully funded… so now what?

Compas 101 Editing

Well now begins the brutal job of editing and putting the whole course together.

I’m happy to say that we are about half way there. Compas 101 videos are done and the website is virtually complete.


Compas 101

So our free course is called Compas 101 and we are going to step people through all the rhythms of flamenco and how to clap them 🙂

Editing in process

There’s also an ebook that people can download for easy reference.

Of course there’s more too…


Advanced Compas

In this course we are going to teach students everything they need to know to perform palmas in a live show…

I know what you’re thinking… it’s just clapping.

Look at all these palmas

And sure you would be right but as I’m sure you know palmas is the backbone of Flamenco.I mean every time you see a show everyone is doing it… even the guitarist (eyes on the foot baby)

Nothing builds confidence like practice!!

So that’s what this course is going to be all about.


Launch Date

March 2016….

Put it in your calender only 2 months away… Or subscribe to be emailed when we launch.

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If you supported the crowdfunding campaign expect your VIP access to begin much sooner 🙂

What’s Next

Well after we have finished this course….

3 Choreographies & a huge cante course

Flamenco Courses in Filming

Everything you need to be able to dance, sing or play guitar for a full choreography, that’s next on the list 🙂

But what’s got me super excited is the cante course, material to teach you to be a singer for every major palo… or take the accompanist course and learn to accompany those same palos.

Of course give us your email and we’ll send the details for all this stuff



About Fisch

Fisch is a Flamenco Guitarist from Australia. Currently he studies flamenco guitar in Sevilla, Spain. He spends most of his time expanding his knowledge of this wonderful music.

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