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Cycle of Great Performers

From April 15th to October 31st

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The “Great Performers Cycle” will be a permanent festival of art, which will concentrate artistic wisdom, in a combination of styles and hierarchical diversity, with Art and Inspiration as the only point of reference. This is one of the esthetic, democratic strengths that are the heritage of the flamenco tablao. We have tried to be faithful to them since 1970.

Let's enjoy flamenco in one of its sources of origin. Yes sir. The Tablao Flamenco.



Gema Moneo


She belongs to the flamenco saga of "Los Moneo". Formed by important artists such as Eva la Yerbabuena, Rocío Molina, Farruquito, Rafaela Carrasco and Belén Maya, among others.



Manuel Liñán


After years of research into new trends, this dancer and choreographer is inclined to take dance to an unusual point between genius and simplicity, placing it at the forefront of flamenco.



Manuel Fernández "El Carpeta"


Is part of the renowned Los Farruco family of dancers. Under the influence of his grandfather, the great Farruco, and his older brothers Farruquito and Farru, Carpeta is one of the most important and renowned young dancers in the world.



Alba Heredia


Alba Heredia was born in the gypsy neighborhood of Sacromonte, specifically in the cave "La Rocío". Alba belongs to one of the most emblematic flamenco dynasties: Los Maya, is therefore the niece of great masters such as Manolete, Mario Maya and Juan Maya Marote.



Pol Vaquero


Pol Vaquero is a dancer born in Cordoba and graduated from the Royal Conservatory of that same Andalusian city. He has been a leading figure in the Antonio Canales Company and the National Ballet of Spain.



Sara Barrero


This Catalan dancer began her professional career at the age of 16. She has shared the stage with great artists such as: Eva La Yerbabuena, Maite Martín, Belén Maya, Fernando Terremoto, Rafael de Carmen, Manuela Carrasco, Tomatito, Juana Amaya, among others.



Juan Tomás de la Molía


At the age of six he started in the world of flamenco. When he was only 7 years old, he was requested by the dancer Carmen Cortes in the "Veranos de la Villa" in Madrid, receiving a standing ovation from the audience. His performance was published the next day in the newspaper "El País" of Madrid.



Antonio Molina "El Choro"


He learned the basics of flamenco from his father "El Choro" and furthered his training with Manolo Marín and Javier Cruz. Currently, he has danced around the world and has produced his own shows such as "GELEM" or "Mi Baile".



Paula Comitre


Graduated from the Professional Dance Conservatory of Seville, in 2013 she joined the Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía under the direction of Rafaela Carrasco. She won the Revelation Artist Award XXIV Festival de Jerez, and Giraldillo Revelation Award XXI Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla.



Davinia Jaén


Renowned flamenco singer from Seville. She was part of the Spanish Ballet performing all over the world: Israel, England, Turkey, China, Mexico, Eastern Countries, Italy, Brazil, USA, Russia.



Carlos Velázquez


He has toured around the world being part of the most important Ballet Companies in the country. He has participated in the plays “Carmen” and “Il Trovatore” under the direction of Franco Zefirelli, with Belén López, and has been first soloist dancer with his own company at the Muñoz Seca Theater.



María Carrasco


Member of the company María Pagés, Rafaela Carrasco and Mercedes de Córdoba. First Prize to the ‘Cantiña de Pinini’ from Utrera (Seville) by the CreArte Contest, and Second prize XXI Concurso Andaluz Jóvenes Flamencos of the Provincial Federation of Flamenco entities of Seville.



David Romero


Dancer of Barcelona, born into a family of flamenco enthusiasts, he was raised since he was 3 years old in the Peñas Flamencas of Barcelona. Current winner of the Desplante 2022 Award of the Festival Internacional de Cante de las Minas, rising as the best flamenco dancer.



Estefanía Narváez


The first time she stepped on stage was at the age of 6 years old in the Company of Ramón de los Reyes and Clara Ramona. She has trained with artists such as Farruquito, Juana Amaya, Alfonso Losa, José Maya, Pedro Córdoba and David Paniagua.



Yoel Vargas


Graduated from the Professional Conservatory of the Institut del Teatre in 2021 (Barcelona) and recent Honorary Award for Professional Education in the Arts of Catalonia. He is currently a member of Cía Manuel Liñan and recently premiered his own pieces as a creator at festivals in Barcelona and Madrid.



Mercedes de Córdoba


Considered one of the most powerful and authentic dancers of her generation, Mercedes de Córdoba has a long and consolidated career, always standing out for her talent, her versatility and her ability to transmit emotions.



Águeda Saavedra


Soloist of the Ballet Flamenco of Andalusia and has won the award for revelation artist in the last Festival of Jerez, combining everything with her continuous training, her intervention as a soloist in tablaos and festivals, and with her work as a teacher around the world, being invited by the University of Albuquerque for the 2018 course.



José Maya


A gypsy dancer from Madrid, he belongs to a family of artists that includes the dancer Fernanda Romero and the painter Antonio Maya. He began his career as a dancer at the age of nine, sharing the bill in Madrid with flamenco artists such as Antonio Canales, Juan Ramirez, Joaquin Grilo and Enrique Morente. He currently teaches at his own flamenco dance school in Paris, in addition to continuing to perform on stages and tablaos around the world.



Rocío Reyes


She was born in Seville, where she began dancing at the age of 6. She studied professional dance at the Escuela de Danza “Matilde Coral”, specializing in Flamenco. Recently, she won first prize for the ‘Cantiña de Pinini’ in the CreArte Flamenco Dance Choreography Contest, held in Utrera (Seville) last December.



María Moreno


The dance of María Moreno (Cádiz, 1986) is the result of pure evolution. She places her advanced technique in a balanced position, basing her message on the breadth of resources that her creative universe allows her to show. Revelation Artist Award at the Flamenco Biennial of Seville 2018.



Cristina Soler


Graduated in professional Spanish Dance at the Conservatory "Reina Sofia" in Granada. She has been part of the "Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía" and has worked in multiple artistic projects, touring both national and worldwide.



Raquel Heredia "La Repompilla"


She is the daughter of Rafaela La Repompa and guitarist Luis Heredia as well as sister of Amparo Heredia. Born in Malaga in the middle of a gypsy family in 1979, she started dancing in New York at the age of 15. She has shared the stage with great flamenco artists such as Juan Andrés Maya, Manuel Liñán, Amador Rojas, El Choro, Pepe Torres, etc.





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