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January 2016 Tablao Flamenco Cordobes

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The Tablao, Flamenco University

We open 2016 with a tribute to the part the tablaos played in conveying the essence of flamenco to younger generations, with a young cast full of surprises with roots in some of the different flamenco capitals. We also want to highlight the importance of the Catalan flamenco community and Barcelona's tablaos.
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The Tablao, Flamenco University

We open 2016 with a tribute to the part the tablaos played in conveying the essence of flamenco to younger generations, with a young cast full of surprises with roots in some of the different flamenco capitals. We also want to highlight the importance of the Catalan flamenco community and Barcelona's tablaos.

We present the singer María del Mar Fernández for the first time in Cordobes. Born in Cádiz, she started her professional career at 14 years old and has visited many stages, both nationally and internationally in spite of her young age. Among others, she has performed in Italy, Norway, England, the Netherlands, Australia, USA, Japan, Germany, Israel or Jordan. She became famous in 2011, when she performed a song called “Señorita” for a Bollywood movie titled “ZNMD” with great success.

Sergio Aranda is back with us as one of the leads of flamenco dance in Málaga despite his youth. Sergio has performed in a myriad of important theatres and festivals, both national and international, such as the Nou Barris Barcelona Festival, the Flamenco Summit in Madrid, the World Music Festival in Shangai, the Suma Flamenca Festival at the Albéniz Theatre in Madrid, the San Pedro del Pinatar Flamenco Festival in Murcia, the Berlin International Flamenco Festival or the tour where he performed throughout USA and Canada with the Disney musical “The Lion King” in 2011.

Likewise, we present David Romero, who comes back after a long time away from one of the stages where he learnt the trade as a dancer. He has learnt from the best, artists such as Antonio Canales, Eva la Yerbabuena, Rafael de Carmen, Güito or Rafaela Carrasco. He has performed in some of the historic tablaos in Spain: Los Gallos in Seville, el Corral de la Moreria in Madrid and Tablao Flamenco Cordobes in Barcelona. He has performed in theatres all over the world (Argentina, Japan, Germany, Canada, Switzerland, Russia or France, among others).

The flamenco youths from Barcelona surprise us year after year and Olga Llorente, after her debut and formation in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes, has steadily made herself a name among the flamenco professionals. Despite her short career, she is already a resourceful and experienced dancer and has performed all over the world.

Once again this month we have the pleasure to host a great representative of the Catalan flamenco: Sara Barrero, a regular in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes. Excellent example of the crucial didactic role that play the tablaos for flamenco, she started her professional career at 15 years old at Cordobes and has returned with the artistic importance that maturity and experience add, especially important in flamenco

Alongside them, our outstanding musicians cast, usually main characters in any stage they step on: Tuto and Israel Cerreduela playing the guitar and Juan Manzano “Coco”, Antonio Campos “Bocaillo” and Manuel de la Curra singing.ç

Tuto, young Catalan guitarist, is one of the most demanded guitar players by some of the leading figures of flamenco. He has worked, among others, with several member of the Farruco family (Farruquito, el Farru, ...), Montse Cortés or Duquende. He has been a regular in Cordobes for a long time and has developed and acquired experience with some of the best artists on our stage

Juan Manzano "Coco" is one of the best young Catalan flamenco singers right now, only below great stars such as Miguel Poveda, who also took his first steps in Cordobes. Born in San Roc, his temperamental voice, rich in evocative memories and with an overflowing melody, makes him one of the most promising voices in the flamenco world. Together with Karime Amaya and Tuto, he was one of the main characters of Bajarí, a movie about flamenco in Barcelona by the film-maker Eva Vila.

Antonio Campos "Bocaillo" is great news for the Catalan flamenco horizon as well. Still very young, he has grown as a professional singer in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes, working with the best artists, names such as Karime Amaya, la Susi, Pastora Galván, Jesús Carmona, Angelita Montoya, Guadiana, el Junco, el Farru, Patricia Guerrero, José Maya, Alfonso Losa, Marcos Flores, Olga Pericet or la Moneta. He has polished his talent with experienced singers such as Manuel Tañé, Antonio Villar, Rubio de Pruna or Coco. He is starting to appear in the spotlight thanks to another young Catalan talent, el Yiyo, touring the world with him.

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