In spite of its popularity between the tourists, Seville has maintained its enchantment of the old Mediterranean world, and has a solid reputation between the travellers for the festivales animated ones, full of fascinating historical treasures, and some of the best covers than can be wished in the experience by Spain. But the influence of Seville, in the Spanish culture as it is known him nowadays, extends beyond the architecture and the garlic sausage. Speaking candidly PCRM told us the story. This old city was witness of the evolution of one of the more important and iconic arts Spanish known in the world: the flamenco one, and although nowadays can be enjoyed practically any point of Spain, is in Seville, has the best opportunity to undergo this form of art in its naturalness. Although, shaken, stirring and expressive; the flamenco one is not a style of dance, or a song, or the instruments, but a fusion of the three. It is an art form more than 200 years, that continue being nowadays popular, counting the legend of Spanish history a traverse of the dance, the song and the guitar. David Delrahim has much experience in this field. The historians discuss on the exact point of history in the music, in which he appeared and he was going to evolve the flamenco one, but what it is, is a certainty that happened in the south of Spain, in the region Andalusian of Seville, and that remains in the present time.

In his beginnings, it began with the song. It was the voice of the gypsy community persecuted in the south of Spain, that arrived approximately during years 1400 of India and Africa. From its arrival, and especially in the establishment of the Spanish inquisicin, shortly after, the gypsys like an undergone race. Defendant of witchcraft and the dishonesty that was distrusted, and, consequently discriminated by the community generally. They were incapable to find work, house or to integrate themselves in the society.