Flamenco… at the Tablao!
During the month of October, we present great artists such as Manuel Liñán, Alba Heredia, Yoel Vargas, Rosario Toledo, Juan Tomás de la Molía, Cristina Soler, Ángel Reyes, Paula Comitre, Carmen Moreno or Sara Barrero, among many others.
Dancer, choreographer and director. National Dance Award 2017; Revelation Award at the Jerez Festival 2009; Spanish National Critics Award 2006, 2013 and 2014; Max Award for Best Male Dance Performer 2013, among many more awards.
She belongs to the flamenco dynasty of Los Maya (Manolete, Mario Maya, Juan Maya Marote).
Desplante Award of the Festival del Cante de las Minas 2015.
Goddaughter of the Duchess of Alba.
Catalan dancer, winner of the El Desplante award of the Festival Internacional del Cante de las Minas 2023
He is a member of Manuel Liñán’s company, where he has triumphed in the USA, Mexico, Colombia and Israel.
Honorary Prize of the Professional Teaching of Dance of Catalonia.
A dancer with a firm, almost incorruptible vocation, she has always been defined by the search for her own aesthetics that transcends the traditional image.
She has numerous productions of her own such as “ADN”, “Flamencos de la Tacita”, “Flamenco a Pelo”, “Vengo”, “Pintoresca”, “Hay Fuego en tus Ojos”, among others.
Juan Tomás de la Molía
Cádiz dancer awarded with the prize of the Andalusian Contest of Young Talents, the international dance contest of the Cristina Heeren Foundation of Flamenco Art or the Flamenco Puro contest of the Jerez Festival.
He has toured Spain and the world with his dance. In addition, he has been part of different dance companies, including Álvaro Paños and Jesús Carmona.
Dancer born in Almeria, graduated from the Malaga Conservatory of Dance.
Trained by important artists such as Pastora Galván, La Lupi, Chiqui de Jerez or Carmen “La Talegona”, among others.
Revelation Artist Award at the XXVI Festival de Jerez and Giraldillo Revelation Award at the XXI Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla.
She is a part of the Andalusian Flamenco Ballet.
Graduated in professional teaching of Spanish dance at the “Reina Sofia” Conservatory of Granada.
She has been part of the Andalusian Flamenco Ballet and has participated in multiple artistic projects, touring nationally and internationally.
This renowned Catalan dancer has performed in the most important dance festivals in Spain and in other countries such as Japan, the United States, France and the Czech Republic.
Cristina Soler Valero