From the legends to the stars of the current flamenco scene
Here have performed flamenco legends such as Camarón, Farruco, Chocolate, Manuela Carrasco or Fernanda & Bernarda. Many names in an endless list, which has made this tablao into an unquestionable reference in Spain and a necessary step for the best flamenco artists in Barcelona, such as Miguel Poveda, Jesús Carmona, BelénLópez or Mayte Martín, among many others.
Camarón de la Isla , Farruco, Fernanda y Bernarda de Utrera, El Guito, La Tati, Manuela Carrasco, La Yerbabuena, Belén Maya, Israel Galván, Pastora Galván, Remedios Amaya, Chocolate, Turronero, Terremoto hijo, La Susi, La Cañeta de Málaga, Cancanilla de Marbella, Duquende, Farruquito, Miguel Poveda, Marcos Flores, Mayte Martín, Montse Cortés, La Tana or Arcángel are only some of the distinguished names in a list of artists that have left Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona’s audience in awe with their skills.
The historical tablao has been the springboard to stardom for many of the artists born in Catalonia, who have learnt on its stage, maturing as professionals before they became known. Miguel Poveda, currently considered one of the best flamenco singers, if not the best, started his career at Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona. He kept learning on its stage since he was 18 years old until he became famous thanks to his acclaimed performance at the International Cante de las Minas Contest, where he won the coveted prize La Lámpara Minera. Many other artists have learnt with the discipline and the values of this house, a cradle of flamenco and university for the rising stars from Barcelona and the rest of Spain.
A good example of Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona’s educational labor are many of the Catalan succesful artists that tour Spain both solo or with the best artists and companies that grew up on this stage: Miguel Poveda, Jesús Carmona, José Luis Montón, Juan Ramón Caro, Pedro Sierra, Mayte Martín, Montse Cortés, Duquende, Matías López “Mati”, Morenito de Íllora, Juan Manzano “Coco”, Antonio Campos “Bocaillo”, Joaquín “El Duende” or “El Salao”, among many others.