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June in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes

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June in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes The good weather settles with joy in Barcelona, ​​La Rambla dresses up with the bustling crowd and right there, in the center, its historic tablao welcomes the summer with a line up of top-notch artists. Continues the Encounter at the pinnacle of dance series.

June in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes

The good weather settles with joy in Barcelona, ​​La Rambla dresses up with the bustling crowd and right there, in the center, its historic tablao welcomes the summer with a line up of top-notch artists. Continues the Encounter at the pinnacle of dance series.

Karime Amaya

Throughout the month we will be lucky enough to have the infinite passion and art of Karime Amaya, niece-granddaughter of Carmen Amaya and a dancer of consolidated international prestige. Her dance oozes strength and temperament and her art has already dazzled viewers and half-world critics. Cities like New York, Tokyo, Albuquerque, Quito, New Mexico, Madrid or Mont-de-Marsan are just some of the places that have already fallen yielded at their feet.

Hugo López

Hugo Lopez will be with us until June 16. This charismatic bailaor returned to Cordobes at the beginning of the year after three seasons as a soloist in the Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía. Bailaor and a passionate dancer, his mastery of classical technique opens the door to considerable number of new aesthetics for flamenco while maintaining the roots of a more traditional flamenco. It is still remembered in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes his stirring dance by farruca with which he astonished the whole public in his last visits to this stage.

Susana Casas

From June 1 to 16, Susana Casas will dance in Cordobes. With an extensive trajectory, at the age of 15 she began her career as a professional and quickly started to perform around the world on tour: France, Mexico, Holland or Japan were just some of her first destinations. She has always collaborated with the best companies and artists: Mario Maya, Matilde Coral, Cristina Hoyos, Curro Vélez, Alejandro Granados, Pedro Sierra or El Junco, among others, and, of course, with Tablao Flamenco Cordobes. She has been awarded with many prizes, among them the Golden Lantern of Seville, the 1st National Prize “Matilde Coral” (Barcelona) the 2nd National Prize in the category of dance for alegrías, the 1st Prize for the best free dance Cádiz and the 2nd Prize at the International Festival of Cante de las Minas.

Juan José Villar

Juan Villar is descended from Los Villar, a lineage of artists from Cadiz that began with his grandfather, singer Juanito Villar and that continued with his father, the also cantaor Juan Villar Junior. His mother, Susana Gómez, is a flamenco dancer. With all this familiar baggage behind him, it is not surprising that Juan Jose has followed the footsteps of his ancestors. In fact, he felt the call of flamenco from a very young age, and with only 8 years he usually danced on the stage of the Peña Flamenca “La Perla de Cádiz”. For 5 years he has been dancing all over Japan and has shared poster with artists such as Carmen Ledesma, Pepe Torres, Almudena Serrano and Choro Molina, among many others.

Sara Barrero

Accompanying them during the second half of the month Sara will dazzle us again with her art. A regular dancer in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes with an extensive and valuable trajectory. Sara has performed in many international stages alongside the best flamenco artists of the world.



The best dance is dressed with the voices of our cantaores (flamenco singers), flamenco artists of unquestionable quality like Coco, a shuddering voice that will resonate with strength and talent in the walls of our tablao throughout the month of June.

Manuel Tañé

This month we are also lucky to have Manuel Tañé, a real gypsy cantaor from Jerez de la Frontera. His singing has been defined as “wild” by artists and critics. Manuel takes that rating with pride since his way of expressing flamenco has an ancestral appeal, an atavistic sense seldom heard.

Sara Salado

In June she will sing on stage Sara Salado, a singer that comes from a land of wine, singing and solera as Jerez De la Frontera. She grew up into a family of artists, who instilled her passion for stage and art.

From 2010 on, her career takes off, working in theaters around the world: Canada, Tokyo, Toronto, Greece or Mexico. Also worthy of note are her collaboration with the company of Antonio Canales, performing one of the main roles of “La Casa De Bernarda Alba” and as a soloist with the Symphonic Orchestra of Navarra, playing “El amor brujo” by M. de Falla, Musical direction of the great maestro Cristobal Soler, obtaining very good critics and great acceptance by the public of Pamplona and Tudela. She has also performed “El amor brujo” together with the Orchestra of the Community of Madrid at the Zarzuela Theater and “Fuego” with the company of Antonio Gades.


Dance and sing, accompanied as always by the best guitars. We present our cast of guitarists for the month of June:

David Cerreduela, son of the great guitarist “El Nani”, has played for the best known flamenco artists, has accompanied Enrique Morente for years and has been a guitarist for the National Ballet of Spain. His son, Israel Cerreduela, follows in the footsteps of his father and grandfather and in his early 20s he has worked with artists such as Enrique Morente, Sara Baras, Antonio Canales, Guadiana and many others. Completing the trio of guitars we have the Tuto, a young guitarist with a trajectory that seems unstoppable. He started playing at the age of 14 and although he is very young, Tuto has worked with artists such as Sara Baras, La Farruca and El Farru, as well as singers like Montse Cortés, Duquende and Ginesa Ortega.


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