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The peñas help to create other ways to face the flamenco with its audience, and motivate the appreance of the Flamenco Culture Week, like the one of Paradas, or the ones dedicated to Diego del Gastor in 2008, in the centenary of his birth, by the peña of Morón and the 5th Cultural Week dedicated to Manolo Sanlucar by the peña of Marchena.
The appearance of the Bienal de Flamenco in Sevilla in 1980, which was conceived and prepared a year before in the peña Torres Macarena under the protection of National Congress of Flamenco, changed the outlook in the way of understanding the flamenco events. The model, which was not linear and kept adapting with years, was followed in Spain by others like: La Cumbre Flamenca in Madrid, which lasts shorter period, the magnificent Festival de Baile in Jerez, the Bienal de Málaga, which ended in its 2nd opportunity. Today, we see the advertisement of the 2nd Bienal de Flamenco of the Netherlands -Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Utrecht -, the Bienal in Buenos Aires is announcing for February 2009 coinciding the date with the traditional event of New York.
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