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David Palomar

Cantaor of recognized prestige, especially as illustrious representative of the cantes of Cadiz, began his professional career as vocalista author and producer of the group "Levantito". Already as a singer, he takes his first steps with the company of Javier Barón, premiering "Only for art" at the 1998 Seville Biennial.

Cantaor of recognized prestige, especially as illustrious representative of the cantes of Cadiz, began his professional career as vocalista author and producer of the group "Levantito". Already as a singer, he takes his first steps with the company of Javier Barón, premiering "Only for art" at the 1998 Seville Biennial.

She continues to work in various companies, such as that of Carmen Cortés with "Soleá un son eternal" by Japanese artists Shoji Kojima and Yoko Gomatsubara, with whom she toured Japan. He also works for Paco Peña's company with "Flamenco in concert" on his tours in the United States and Australia and with Javier Latorre in "El nombre de la rosa" and "Ambivalencia".

Finally enters the company of Cristina Hoyos, in whom he finds a teacher both on and off the stage. During this stage he accompanies great concertists such as Vicente Amigo, Gerardo Núñez or Chano Domínguez and great artists of his generation such as Farruquito, Jairo Barrul, Ángeles Gabaldón, Mercedes Ruiz, Rosario Toledo, Junco, Juan Ogalla, Andrés Peña, Daniel Navarro and José Maya . It is with Cristina that she has the opportunity to step on the stages of the Sydney Opera House, the Petronas Towers Concert Hall and the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow.

He begins to collaborate also with figures of the music like Lluís Llach, with whom he collaborates in the Palau of the Catalan Music and in the Real Theater of Madrid. Or with the famous singer Pasión Vega, with whom he acts in his show "Gracias a la Vida". Notable among them, however, is his performance on the "La Música no seca" tour by Alejandro Sanz during the performance in Cadiz. In 2015 he is part of XXXVº Aniversario in the stages of Javier Ruibal sharing stage with Martirio, Miguel Ríos, Juan Echanove, Gabino Diego or Kiko Veneno, among others.

His first solo performances begin in 2007, premiering his own show "Cadiz", produced by the Andalusian Agency for the Development of Flamenco, sharing stage with Mariana Cornejo and Carmen de la Jara. The following year he performs on numerous occasions together with the Manuel de Falla Orchestra of Cadiz, directed by José Luis López Aranda, playing popular songs by Lorca. He also participates in the premiere of the show "Flamenco Hoy" by Carlos Saura and at the XVIª Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla. In the Central Dairy Room of Cadiz he gave his first solo recitals: "Palomar, el cante". In 2008 he published his first album "Trimilenaria", to which the specialized website deflamenco.com awarded the prize for the best debut album. And only two years later presents his second album "La Viña: Independent Canton. In 2012 he released his third album, presented during the celebrations of the Bicentennial of the Spanish Constitution celebrated in Cadiz at the Gran Teatro Falla. An album tribute to the life and work of the great Chavela Vargas titled "The Lady of the Red Poncho". Thanks to the presentation tour of this album he presented it in stages like the Quintero Theater in Seville or in front of more than twelve thousand people in the Festival of Cosquín, in Argentina, that was televised through the Cadena Nacional de Televisión. He also presents the album in La Noche Blanca del Flamenco de Córdoba, the Biennale de Holanda, the Nimes Festival, the Mont-de-Marsan Flamenco Festival, the Seville Biennial or the XIVth Jerez Festival, among others.



Already in 2013, he visits Montevideo with his show "Gaditanía" with full in the Sala Verdi for two consecutive days and touring all over Argentina and appears in the program "Flamenco para tus Ojos" on channel 2 of Televisión Española, presented by the famous Cantaor Diego "El Cigala" in recognition of his work as representative of the cantes of Cadiz. In 2015 launches the album "Denominación de Origen", in which it deepens and perseveres in the defense and recovery of the Cadiz school of flamenco cante and its idiosyncrasy. Presented at the XIX Festival de Flamenco de Jerez, it harvests great critics in one of the most demanding stages and leads him to act again in the Gran Teatro Falla in Cadiz and in the Echegaray Theater in Malaga. Already in 2016, it continues to revolve with the presentation of his latest album in stages such as the Auditorio Nacional de Madrid, the Luxembourg Festival and the Lope de Vega Theater, within the framework of the XIX Biennial of Seville.





AWARDS AND HONOURS "Flag of Andalusia" for its work of "Promotion of Cadiz abroad". "Andalucía Excelente 2016" to the best album of the year with "Denominación de Origen". Double national prize in the XVIII Flamenco Competition of Córdoba. Manolo Caracol Award. Camarón de la Isla Award. "Young Prize" awarded by the Chair of Flamencology of Cadiz. "Gaditano of the Year" by the Literary, Artistic and Scientific Ateneo of Cadiz for his work in the recovery of cantes Cadiz. Gold Medal "Velada Virgen de las Nieves 2015", awarded by the most excellent Ayuntamiento de Arcos de la Frontera, Cádiz. What the critics say: "The grace of Cadiz, more alive than ever" Juan Garrido, Diario de Jerez. "From La Caleta to Jerez passing through Chano Lobato David Palomar triumphs with his latest work" Luis M. Pérez, La Flamenca. "David Palomar returns to its origins and triumphs in Jerez" Paco Vargas, Attic Left. "De Cai, Cai" Flamencomanía "The heir of the 'Cantes de Cai" "And Palomar remembered Chano, Beni or Juanito Villar". "The west brought to Echegaray all the smell and taste of Cadiz" Manuel Malaka, aforolibre.com

AWARDS AND HONOURS "Flag of Andalusia" for its work of "Promotion of Cadiz abroad". "Andalucía Excelente 2016" to the best album of the year with "Denominación de Origen". Double national prize in the XVIII Flamenco Competition of Córdoba. Manolo Caracol Award. Camarón de la Isla Award. "Young Prize" awarded by the Chair of Flamencology of Cadiz. "Gaditano of the Year" by the Literary, Artistic and Scientific Ateneo of Cadiz for his work in the recovery of cantes Cadiz. Gold Medal "Velada Virgen de las Nieves 2015", awarded by the most excellent Ayuntamiento de Arcos de la Frontera, Cádiz. What the critics say: "The grace of Cadiz, more alive than ever" Juan Garrido, Diario de Jerez. "From La Caleta to Jerez passing through Chano Lobato David Palomar triumphs with his latest work" Luis M. Pérez, La Flamenca. "David Palomar returns to its origins and triumphs in Jerez" Paco Vargas, Attic Left. "De Cai, Cai" Flamencomanía "The heir of the 'Cantes de Cai" "And Palomar remembered Chano, Beni or Juanito Villar". "The west brought to Echegaray all the smell and taste of Cadiz" Manuel Malaka, aforolibre.com

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