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Encounters at the Pinnacle of Dance with Karime Amaya, Susana Casas, Sara Barrero and Yiyo

From May 1st to May 17th

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Karime Amaya In May we continue to count on the passion and the infinite art of Karime Amaya, niece-granddaughter of Carmen Amaya and a bailaora of consolidated international prestige. Her dance exudes strength and temperament and her art has already dazzled viewers and critics from around the world. Cities like New York, Tokyo, Alburquerque, Quito, New Mexico, Madrid or Mont-de-Marsan are just some of the places that have already fallen at their feet. Susana Casas Susana started to dance at the age of 8 years and learnt with José Galván, Matilde Coral and Manolo Marín. She made her debut in France in 1992 where she stayed for a few years and then she performed in countries like Mexico DF, Netherlands or Japan. She has filmed a couple of TV shows such as “Venta del duende” and participated in the film “Flamenco” by Carlos Saura with the ballet of Matilde Coral and in the documentary “Dances of the world” by the Discovery Channel. Susana Casa was part of the Ballet of Cristina Hoyos for six years where she has been main dancer in 2003. The following year she joined the Flamenco Andalusian Ballet of Cristina Hoyos in the shows “Viaje al Sur” by Ramón Oller and “Romancero Gitano” by José Carlos Plaza. Sara Barrero (1-11-12-16-17-18 May) Accompanying April and May Sara will re-dazzle us with her flamenco dance art. Sara Barrero, a regular flamenco dancer in our cast at Tablao Flamenco Cordobes, has an extensive and valuable trajectory as a flamenco dancer. El Yiyo He is one of the young promises of flamenco dance. Born in Badalona in Catalonia and son of gypsy parents from Jaén, Miguel Fernández "El Yiyo" complements his passion for flamenco with a training in classical and contemporary dance. This, coupled with his athletic explosiveness, allows him to unleash all the art and temperament on a solid dance technique, resulting in an authentic spectacle of unquestionable quality.


David Cerreduela
Son of the famous guitarist “El Nani”, he has played for the most famous flamenco artists, has been guitarist of the National Ballet of Spain and has also collaborated on numerous albums. He is currently working with Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona.

Israel Cerreduela
Israel is known for his freshness and delicacy of his flamenco touch and he joins to the experience acquired by the inheritance whose family has marked him with. With no doubt he is one of the young promises of flamenco touch and one of the current guitarists with more personality. He has worked with famous artists such as Enrique Morente, Sara Baras, Antonio Canales, Guadiana, Carmen Cortés among others and has performed in theatres like Lope de Vega Theatre in Madrid or the Col·liseum and in festivals like Bienal of Sevilla.

Young guitarist born in Barcelona in a family of flamenco artists, began his career at age 14. He has played for leading figures such as Montse Cortés or Farruquito and his career seems unstoppable.


Antonio Campos “Bocaillo”
Born in Barcelona, ​​in the neighborhood of Bon Pastor, he grew up as a child in a flamenco environment. He trained as a professional cantaor at Tablao Flamenco Cordobes, working with great artists, names like Karime Amaya, Susi, Pastora Galván, Jesús Carmona, Angelita Montoya, Guadiana, El Junco, Farru, Patricia Guerrero, José Maya, Alfonso Losa, Marcos Flowers, Olga Pericet or La Moneta. With the help of great singers to dance, such as Manuel Tañé, Antonio Villar, Rubio de Pruna or el Coco, he has just polished his talent.

Luis the Granaíno
Born into a family of artists from Granada, he began performing throughout Barcelona, ​​his first tour was Azerbaijan with the company Tuto, Iván Alcalá and Juaquín el Duende, among others.
He has performed with artists such as Antonio Canales, Saray García and Rafael Amargo, Barullo and Farruquito in the Sala Apolo. He also collaborated with Duquende in the recording of the Kantata album.
He has a pure and gypsy style and is a specialist in Soleá, Seguiriya and Fandango.

Manuel de la Nina
Debuted in 2001 with just 8 years at the Seville Biennale at the Teatro Lopez de Vega by Manuel Moreno Junquera “Moraito chico”. When he began his career as a soloist he performed throughout different stages of Jerez like Peña Pepe Alconchel, Peña de la Buleria, Peña Tio José de Paula, Peña el Pescaero. In 2017 he put a disc on the market called Pasaje along with comrades such as Rafael del Zambo, Enrique Remache and Fernando del Morao, with the special participation of Diego del Morao and Manuel Parrilla. He also acted in large theaters such as the Teatro Villamarta de Jerez, the Gran Teatro de Málaga and the Teatro Fibes de Sevilla.

Juan Manzano “Coco”
Natural of San Roc, he is probably one of the most flamenco voices in Barcelona. Authentic and with flamenco in its DNA. Add to it a prodigious voice, capable of a temperamental cante (sing), rich with evocative memories and overflowing naturalness. Juan is an entire flamenco institution in Barcelona and it does not stop surprising us year after year.

María Carmona
She belongs to a one of the most important gypsy families. She is the nephew of Los Habichuela and descendant of Los Carmona of La Línea de la Concepción in Cádiz. She is a soloist singer with an authentic and pure voice who worked with the most important dancers and guitarists, from Farruco to Tomatito, Joaquín Cortes, Antonio Canales and Manuela Carrasco. During last years she has worked in Rafael Amargo’s Company and she has also done a lot of collaborations with very important musicians in their records.

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