Rafael Campallo is a flamenco dancer born in Seville. At the age of 11 he began his flamenco studies with José Galván, a formation that he later expanded with Manolo Marín. At the age of 16 Rafael Campallo was already performing solo as a guest artist from Spain and Japan. In 1992 he joined the famous show “Azabache” at the Universal Exhibition in Seville and was selected by María Pagés for “Tango”, a show that premiered at the Seville Biennial.
In 1999 the new director José Antonio incorporated him as choreographer and first dancer for “Golpes de la Vida”. That same year he wins the Premio Desplante at the Festival de Cante de Las Minas and begins to collaborate with Vicente Amigo. Later he began to participate in works such as “Flamenco se escribe con jota” by Miguel Ángel Berna and premiered his production “Puente de Triana” at the Jerez Festival in 2010. At the Seville Biennial in 2012 he was one of the artists invited to participate in the closing gala.
Adela Campallo is a flamenco dancer born in Seville in the framework of a family with a great flamenco tradition. Her beginnings as a bailaora began with the training of teachers such as José Galván and Manolo Marín. She also perfected her dancing with artists such as Eva La Yerbabuena, Manolete, Antonio Canales and her own brother, Rafael Campallo. In 2003 she performed at the Teatro Central in Seville during the Autumn Festival in Jerez de la Frontera and toured with “El son Cubano” and “El Flamenco” and collaborated with Farruquito’s company during the show “Alma Vieja”. A year later he and his brother, Rafael Campallo, premiered the show “Campallerías”.
Adela Campallo is an artist who has participated in numerous festivals and theatres all over the world such as the Albuquerque Festival in the United States, Bogota Festival in Colombia, Jerez Festival, Andalusian Flamenco Dance Festival, Paris Biennial or Seville Biennial among many others. In 2014 he premieres “Una Moneda de Dos Caras”, a new show by Antonio Canales and in 2015 he premieres “Adelada”, his new proposal, in Mexico City.
Sara Barrero, a regular dancer in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes, began her career at the age of 16. She has danced in numerous 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 should be noted that in the Festival Jóvenes Valores of the city of L’Hospitalet, rising as the first prize Carmen Amaya.
Ricardo Fernández, “El Tete”, is a young bailaor born in 2000 in the bosom of a gypsy family (he is the younger brother of the bailaor Miguel Fernández “El Yiyo”), despite his youth he has earned a place in the field of flamenco dancing. The strength and elegance of Ricardo Fernández’s dance is taking him to the top. “El Tete” shows great artistic maturity in his performances, in which he has always been surrounded by great flamenco artists. In recent years “El Tete” has already performed as a resident in flamenco halls and festivals. Among the references and influences that Ricardo Fernández has grown up with are Joaquín Cortés, José Maya, Farruquito and his brother “El Yiyo”.
María del Mar Fernández
Antonio Campos “Bocaillo”
Antonio Campos Muñoz
Mariano Campallo studied guitar with Antonio Navas, Miguel Pérez and Jaime Burgos. He began to work professionally in the company of Manolo Marín composing music for the flamenco show “A Contratiempo”, together with the guitarist José Luis Rodríguez and in the company of Manuel Carrasco with the show La Diosa. He has been composer and director of the shows for the Andalusian Ballet, Ballet of María Rosa, Company of María del Mar Serrano, Company of Távora, Company of Cristina Hoyos, Company of Juana Amaya or the show Campallería with Rafael Campallo, Adela Campallo, Juan Campallo, Pili Campallo, and so on. Mariano Campaño has accompanied José Galván, Rafael Campallo, Adela Campallo, Juana Maya, Manuela Carrasco, Cristina Hoyos, Manolete, El Duende, Juan José Amador or Luis Moneo among others. He has also been guitarist of dance in courses of Rafael Campallo, Inma Luna, Alejandro Granados, José Galván, Manuel Betanzos or Manolo Marín.
David Vargas is a flamenco guitarist born in Seville who began playing at the age of 13 with Professor Enrique González. He then perfected his technique with José Manuel Roldan, Manolo Franco and Rafael Riqueni. He is currently Professor of Flamenco Guitar at the Cristóbal de Morales Professional Conservatory in Seville, combining it with performances with different current artists. In 2014 he premieres “Las dos caras de la Moneda”, a new show by Antonio Canales in Mallorca. He also accompanies Adela Campallo in “Adelaida”, premiered in Mexico City and “Sangre” at the Seville Biennial.
Son of the famous guitarist “El Nani”, he has played for the most famous flamenco artists, he has been guitarist of the National Ballet of Spain and has also collaborated in 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.
Maria del Mar Fernandez
Cadiz singer Maria del Mar Fernandez already had extensive experience in Spain and abroad before conquering the Indian audience in the summer of 2011 with her song “Señorita”, the main theme of the successful Bollywood film in Spain “hacer vidas una vez” (Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, 2011 – Zoya Akhtar). Currently, María del Mar Fernández released her first solo album “A Woman Cadiz Bollywood” in 2013 and, among many other performances, the one by Canal Fiesta Radio, belonging to Radio Televisión Andalusia (LRTV), stands out.
Antonio Campos “Bocaillo”.
This Catalan cantaor from the Bon Pastor neighbourhood has been surrounded by flamenco since his grandfather was Porrina’s cousin. 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.
José Manuel Doya Zambullo
Barcelona’s José Manuel Doya, “Zambullo”, returns to Tablao Flamenco Cordobes. With Jerez roots and pure, gipsy and heart-felt vocals. The cantaor has toured the most important halls and theatres in Spain and has performed alongside artists such as Joaquín Cortés, Antonio Canales, Farru, Pastora Galván and Rubén Olmos among others.
Antonio Campos Muñoz
This cantaor, who has been passionate about flamenco since he was born, began working at the Tablao la Reina Mora of Granada in 1998 thanks to Angustias la Mona, a dancer from Granaína. Since then he has been a companion and friend of some of the greatest figures of this art as Mario Maya, Enrique Morente, Manuela Carrasco, Pepe Habichuela, Jose de la Tomasa… In 2009 he presented his first solo album “Corral del Carbón” and in 2015 he published Escribiendo en el Alfar, a record book where he merged his poetry with his music. More recently, he published the book of short stories “Desde la Alhambra yo te los cuento”, which was presented in Tablao Flamenco Cordobés.