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From March 1st to March 20th

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DANCERS

 

El Tete (1 to 5 March)

Ricardo Fernández, known as El Tete, is a young dancer born in Badalona into a gypsy family and who, despite his youth, has already earned his place in the field of flamenco dance. Brother of the bailaor El Yiyo Fernández, he shows through his strength and elegance a great artistic maturity in each performance, which has been worth obtaining great reviews from flamenco amateurs and professionals. Among his most direct references are Joaquín Cortés, José Maya, Farruquito and his brother El Yiyo.

 

 

Sara Barrero (1 to 5 March)

Sara Barrero, a regular dancer in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes, began her flamenco career at the age of 16. She has danced in many national and international festivals such as the flamenco festivals of Paris, Marseille, Lyon and Nimes in France or the US Flamenco Festival among many others and has shared the stage with renowned artists such as Belén Maya, Fernando Terremoto or Eva La Yerbabuena. It is worth mentioning that she was awarded the first prize at the Festival Jóvenes Valores in the city of L’Hospitalet, Carmen Amaya.

 

 

 

Alfonso Losa (6th to 20th March)

He began his training with Rafael de Córdoba, where he carried out his official studies, obtaining a degree in Spanish Dance and Flamenco from the Royal Professional Dance Conservatory in Madrid with the qualification of outstanding. He has performed as a guest artist or as a soloist in the companies of the greatest flamenco artists such as Manuela Carrasco, El Güito, Manolete, Tomatito, Enrique Morente, Gerardo Núñez, La Susi, Enrique de Melchor, etc.

 

 

 

Karime Amaya (1 to 20 March)

Karime Amaya, a member of the Amaya family, is the grandniece of Carmen Amaya, La Capitana, the most famous dancer of all time. The bailaora made her debut at the age of nine and, since then, her artistic career has grown, performing in festivals and theatres all over the world, such as the United States, Japan, Mexico, France and the most important flamenco festivals in Spain, among many other places. Furthermore, last November 2018 Karime Amaya premiered her own show at SAT Teatre in Barcelona: La Fuente.

 

 

Vanesa Coloma (March 6th to 20th)

Vanesa Coloma is a flamenco dancer born in Madrid who studies Spanish Dance and Flamenco at the Royal Conservatory of Madrid. After training in emblematic tablaos of that city she collaborates in different shows with artists like Alfonso Losa, Jesús Carmona, Manuel Liñán, Belén Maya or Rocío Molina among others. In 2008 she won the “Perla de Cádiz” National Award for Alegrías and in 2017 she was a semi-finalist in the International Contest of Cante de Las Minas. In 2015 he premiered the show “FlamenKlórica”, which after being premiered in Madrid in 2015 became part of several festivals such as the Festival Internacional de Alburquerque, Festival Tío de la Juliana or Festival Internacional de Jerez. 

 

 

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Artists

GUITARISTS

 

Hugo Lopez and Karime Amaya. Tablao Flamenco Cordobes. Flamenco Barcelona.
Hugo Lopez and Karime Amaya. Tablao Flamenco Cordobes. Flamenco Barcelona.
David Cerreduela (March 1st to 20th)

Son of the famous guitarist “El Nani”, he has played for the most famous flamenco artists, has been a guitarist for the Spanish National Ballet and has also collaborated on numerous albums. He is currently working with Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona. At 14 he began his professional career accompanying no less than Lola Flores and Merche Esmeralda. Later he joined the company of Antonio Canales in the works of Torero or Gitano.

 

 

 

El Tuto (1 to 20 March)

A young guitarist born in Barcelona into a family of flamenco artists, he began his career at the age of 14. He has played for prominent figures such as Montse Cortés and Farruquito and his career seems unstoppable.

 

 

 

SINGERS

 

La Tana (1 to 20 March)

Sevillian singer who began her career at the age of thirteen. She quickly became famous and travelled the world for three years with the dance companies of Joaquín Cortés, Farruquito and Antonio Canales. Some time later, Paco de Lucía heard her singing in a Sevillian bar and signed her up. La Tana’s voice took on even more importance and she participated in several record projects such as ‘Cositas Buenas’ (2004) and in 2005 her first solo record was released ‘Tú ven a mí’, produced by Paco de Lucía himself. Since then, he has toured the most important festivals and stages in Spain and abroad.

 

 

Bocaíllo (1st to 20th March)

This Catalan cantaor from the Bon Pastor neighbourhood has been surrounded by flamenco since he was a child, his grandfather being the first cousin of the Porrina. He trained as a professional cantaor in Tablao Flamenco Cordobés working with great artists such as Karime Amay, la Susi, Pastora Galván, Manuel Tañé or Antonio Vilar.

 

 

 

Luis de la Fefa (2 to 20 March)

Luis Fernández is a flamenco singer born in Barcelona in 1990. From an early age he began to feel the flamenco and with 4 years he began to sing tangos with his uncle Juaneke. At the age of 14 he started singing professionally and from the age of 18 he started working in flamenco tablaos.

 

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