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José Maya, Belén López and María del Mar Fernández

From 12th April to 2nd May

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Dancers

José Maya

The heart and elegance of José Maya are back. A child prodigy born into a family of artists, he began his career on stage at the Albéniz Theatre at the tender age of nine, sharing the stage with masters such as Antonio Canales, Juan Ramírez and Enrique Morente. Considered one of the most important flamenco artists in the world, he has worked alongside international music stars such as Marc Anthony, Björk or Beyoncé and has collaborated with the most important flamenco artists of recent years: Tomatito, Güito, Ketama, Estrella Morente, Belén Maya, los Farruco or Israel Galván, among many others.

 

 

 

Belén López

Her training in classical dance, which she also applies to her flamenco choreographies, allows her to perform the most spectacular acrobatics without losing an element of authenticity and flamenco aesthetics. She began her career as a child, during the inauguration of Carmen Amaya street in Barcelona. Her tremendous conditions for dance have taken her to the most important theatres in the world since she was a child. Winner of the Premio Desplante 2016, the most important flamenco dance award in the world, she is one of the most complete dancers in the world today.

 

 

 

Sara Barrero

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.

 

 

Tete Fernández

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”.

 

 

 

 

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Artists

Guitarists

 

 

David Cerreduela

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.

 

  

Tuto

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

 

  

 

Israel Cerreduela

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…

 

 

Singers

 

 

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.

 

 

Manuel Tañé

Manuel Tañé, an authentic gypsy cantaor from Jerez de la Frontera. His vocals have been defined as “wild” by artists and critics. Manuel proudly carries this qualification because his way of expressing flamenco has an ancestral attraction and a sense rarely heard.

 

 

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.

 

 

Luis El Granaino

Born into a family of artists from Granada, he began to perform throughout Barcelona, his first tour was in 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 album Kantata. He has a pure and gypsy style and specialises in Soleá, Seguiriya and Fandango.

 

 

Chispas

Rafael Jiménez “El Chispas” has worked with great artists such as Ramón el Portugués, Guadiana, Enrique del Melchor, Antonio Carmona, Alain Pérez, Caramelo, Juan Ramírez, Jorge Pardo, Víctor Mendoza, José el Francés and many others from the world of flamenco, jazz and Latin music, as well as collaborating with Giovani Hidalgo on some of his recordings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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