Águeda Saavedra (20 January – 31 January)
Born in Nerja (Málaga), she began her studies at the age of 7 at the Conservatory of Málaga and at the age of 15 she entered the Conservatory of Dance in Madrid. She participates in the choreographic workshop, performing and learning with choreographies of masters such as Currillo, “Betty”, Cristina Visús and Rocío Espada, among others. Winner of the 1st Prize in the Dance Contest of the city of Ribarroja del Turia consecutively in 2009 and 2010, which leads her to be awarded a scholarship by the dance company of Antonio Najarro and winning the prize for best performer.
Saray La Pitita
Saray Fernández, known as Saray La Pitita, was born in Granada in 1988. She belongs to a saga of flamenco artists and is the daughter of the guitarist José Fernández. At the age of 16 she began to train with artists such as Juan Manuel Fernández Montoya, Farruquito and Juana Amaya. At the age of 18 she began his professional career and joined Joaquín Cortés’s company, with which he travelled all over the world. In addition, Saray La Pitita has worked with great artists such as Farru, Josemi Carmona, Jorge Pardo and Rubén Dantas among others.
Ricardo Fernández, “El Tete”, is a young bailaor born in 2000 in the heart 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 flamenco dance scene. 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”.
Saray “La Pitita”
Ricardo Fernández El Tete
Loreto de Diego
Antonio Campos “Bocaillo”
Juan Manzano El Coco
Juanjo de Nayeli
A versatile guitarist, he is one of the most promising young flamenco guitarists in Barcelona. He has a great flamenco soniquete and is already able to accompany all the flamenco palos. He has already been recognized with several awards, among which we can highlight the first prize of the international contest of Hospitalet and also the first prize for the best accompaniment to bulerías singing.
Israel Cerreduela has worked with prestigious artists such as Antonio Canales, Sara Baras and Enrique Morente, among others. He was born in the flamenco quarter of Cañoroto in Madrid as well as other flamenco artists such as David El Viejín, Gerónimo, La Excepción…
Loreto de Diego
Loreto de Diego is a flamenco singer who started acting professionally at the age of 17. Loreto de Diego has worked in important companies with artists such as Antonio Reyes, Antonio Márquez, Marcos Flores, Rafael Aguilar or classical dance figures such as Aída Gómez. He has also toured all over the world. In 2013 he produced and premiered the show “Me sabe a cante” at the Suma Flamenca.
Juanjo de Nayeli
A singer from Tarragona, although with Andalusian roots, he made his debut at the age of 15 in the main flamenco clubs of Catalonia, before moving to Barcelona to work with the best artists.
Juan Manzano “Coco”
Born in San Roc, she is probably one of the most flamenco voices in Barcelona. Authentic and with flamenco in its DNA. He also has a prodigious voice, capable of a temperamental singing, rich in evocative memories and an overflowing naturalness. Juan is a flamenco institution in Barcelona and he never ceases to surprise us year after year.
Antonio Campos Bocaíllo
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 Amaya, la Susi, Pastora Galván, Manuel Tañé or Antonio Vilar.
From the 16th to the 31st of January Tablao Flamenco Cordobes is once again showing its commitment to the best flamenco. The historic Tablao de Las Ramblas in Barcelona, founded in 1970 by a family of artists led by Luis Adame, will have the best flamenco in Barcelona in January during the second fortnight. On this occasion we will have the dancers Águeda Saavedra and Saray La Pitita, the dancer Tete Fernández, the guitarists Eugenio Santiago and Israel Cerreduela, the cantaora Loreto de Diego and the cantaores Antonio Campos ‘Bocaíllo’, Juan Manzano ‘Coco’ and Juanjo. Once again, Tablao Flamenco Cordobes once again demonstrates its commitment to flamenco with artists of international stature and young promises on stage.