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May in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes

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Continuing with the series "Encounters in the pinnacle of the dance" in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes and keeping our commitment to always bring the best artists, this May we will have a line up full of artists of international prestige:

Continuing with the series “Encounters in the pinnacle of the dance” in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes and keeping our commitment to always bring the best artists, this May we will have a line up full of artists of international prestige:


The Farruco family is the most important flamenco and gypsy dancers saga that exists and the Farru, one of the three brothers who are still active dancers, will be with us in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes from April 28 to May 18. Antonio Fernández Montoya, better known as “El Farru”, has directed and represented his own show as soloist at the most prestigious tablaos and venues in the world, including the City Center in New York. He has also performed alongside music stars such as Beyoncé, Björk, Marc Anthony and Paulina Rubio and shared a world tour with the sadly deceased Maestro Paco de Lucía.

Karime Amaya

Secondly, and only until May 15, will we be lucky enough to have the infinite passion and art of Karime Amaya, the niece of Carmen Amaya and a dancer of 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 her feet.

Hugo López

Hugo Lopez will be with us from 19 to 31 May. This charismatic flamenco dancer 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 new aesthetics for flamenco while maintaining the roots of a more traditional style. In Tablao Flamenco Cordobes it is still remembered his stirring dance by Farruca with which he astonished the whole public during one of his last visits to this venue.

Juan de Juan

Only until the 15th, this month we will count on the emblematic dancer Juan de Juan. Born in Seville, Juan has participated in the most important shows in venues and tablaos all over Spain, in international flamenco festivals and stages of theaters such as City Center in New York, Champs Elysées in Paris, National Theater in Milan, National Theater Of Costa Rica, Fine Arts Theater of Mexico, Teresa Carreño Theater of Venezuela, National Theater of Brasilia, Opera Theater of Poland, Bunkamura Orchard Hall Theater of Tokyo, Teatro Sadler’s Wells of London among many others.

Susana Casas

Susana Casas (30 and 31). With an extensive trajectory, at the age of 15 he 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.

Lucía Campillo

From 16 to 31 returns to Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Lucía Campillo. This dancer began her professional career at the Antonio Gades Foundation, in the cast of productions such as Carmen, Sangas de Sangre, Suite Flamenca and Fuenteovejuna. In 2010, she entered the National Ballet of Spain as a soloist and first dancer, under the direction of Jose Antonio and, later, of Antonio Najarro, performing in the most important theaters in Spain and in the world. She also collaborates during this stage as a guest artist in the company of bailaor and dancer Jesús Carmona, in the show Cuna Negra and Blanca, participating in prestigious festivals, such as the Festival de Jerez or the Seville Biennial.

In 2013 he left the National Ballet and joined the company of Rojas and Rodríguez with Cambio de Tercio and he toured internationally with the show Gala Flamenca, directed by Miguel Ángel Rojas and sharing stage with artists such as Antonio Canales, Karime Amaya, Jesus Carmona and Carlos Rodríguez. As early as 2014, she entered the María Pagés company with the show Yo, Carmen, an activity that combines performances in important tablaos such as Casa Patas, Corral de la Morería and, of course, Tablao Flamenco Cordobés.

Sara Barrero

Accompanying them during the second half of the month will again dazzle us with their art Sara Barrero, a regular dancer in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes with an extensive and valuable trajectory as quality guarantee.

Coco & Bocaíllo
The best dance is dressed with the voices of our flamenco singers, unquestionable flamenco artists like Coco and Bocaíllo, two shuddering voices that will resonate with strength and talent on the walls of our tablao throughout the month of May.

Manuel Tañé
This month, only 30 and 31, we are also lucky to have Manuel Tañé, a real gypsy flamenco singer 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.

This month returns to the historical tablao of La Rambla José Manuel Doya, better known as “El Zambullo”. A young flamenco singer raised in the Barcelona neighborhood of Verdum. Jerez roots and pure sing, gypsy and heart. With all the echo of Jerez and an excellent soniquete (rhythm sense). Shortly after turning 20, Zambullo undertook a trip to Madrid with the company of Joaquín Cortés. During that time practiced almost at all the tablaos of the capital, including the most important ones like Casa Patas, Carboneras or Corral de la Morería. After some time, he began to work in the Ballet Andaluz, where he meets Antonio Canales, Pastora Galván and Rubén Olmos. Together with them he worked for a year in cities such as Madrid and the Alhambra in Granada.
It was at that time that he met Farruquito and his family, with whom he has worked for the last five years, sharing tours with countries such as India, Mexico, the United States, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Chile.
When asked about his favourite club, he responds that he feels identified when singing for bulerías because it is a cante that he has listened all his life at home and at parties such as Christmas, weddings, etc.

Maria Mezcle
Awarded in 2013 at the International Festival of Cante de las Minas for her interpretation of alegrías (flamenco style), María Mezcle is one of the voices with the most projection of the moment. She has traveled to many countries such as Cuba, Mexico, Canada, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, the Netherlands or Morocco, as well as having participated in major Flamenco Festivals such as the Festival de Jerez or La Biennale de Sevilla and shared a poster with artists such as José Mercé, Pansequito, Juana la del Revuelo, Miguel Poveda, Gerardo Núñez, El Zambo or Esperanza Fernández. She is currently a guest singer at the National Ballet of Spain and this year she released her last solo album. He will be with us until May 28.

Sara Salado
From 29 to 31 May will sing on our stage Sara Salado, a singer from the land of wine, singing and solera as Jerez De la Frontera, is lucky enough to grow with an artist in the family, who instils her passion for the stages And art.
From 2010, his career takes off, working in theaters around the world: Canada, Tokyo, Toronto, Greece or Mexico. Also worthy of note are his collaboration with the company of Antonio Canales with 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. He 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.
Christ Heredity
This month comes for the first time the singer Cristóbal Heredia Amaya “Cristo Heredia”. Artist almeriense member of a saga of flamenco cantaores and composers: son of cantaor and composer Juan Heredia “The Hercules” and grandson of cantaor Juan Heredia “The Pirri”.
Already very young, at age 14, he formally makes his debut at the Festival de Fondón (Almería) collaborating in a group with maestro Tomatito. Since then it is usual for great artists to request their presence in shows at local and national level to be part of their companies, among which the names such as Niño Josele, La Lupi, Juan de Juan and a long etc. stand out.
Shortly after turning 19, the master PACO DE LUCIA repairs him for the “good things” tour. You can see it in the tablao from 1 to 29 May.

Dancing and singing, accompanied as always by the best guitars. We present our cast of guitarists for the month of May:

David Cerreduela
Son of the great guitarist “El Nani”, has played for the best known flamenco, 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 at the age of 22 he has worked with artists such as Enrique Morente, Sara Baras, Antonio Canales, Guadiana, among others and has stepped on the main theaters in Spain.

Israel Cerreduela

Son of David, he has worked with prestigious artists such as Antonio Canales, Sara Baras or Enrique Morente, among others. He was born in the flamenco district of Cañoroto de Madrid, source of flamenco artists like David El Viejín, Gerónimo, La Excepción …
In spite of his youth he has worked with artists such as Enrique Morente, Sara Baras, Antonio Canales, Guadiana, among others and has stepped in theaters like the Teatro Lope de Vega in Madrid, the Col·liseum or the Spanish Theater in Barcelona and in Festivals as important as the Biennale of Seville, where he acted along with Carmen Cortes, and has even acted in television programs, such as the most recent El sol, la sal, son of Jesús Quintero.
Israel is characterized by the freshness and the delicacy of its flamenco touch, and it is united to the experience acquired by the inheritance with which its family has marked it; Without a doubt is one of the young promises of the flamenco touch and one of the tocaores with more personality of the moment.


Young guitar player with a trajectory that seems unstoppable. He started playing at the age of 14 at Tablao del Carmen in Barcelona and although he is very young, Fernández works with artists such as Sara Baras and several shows with La Farruca and El Farru, as well as singers like Montse Cortés, Duquende and Ginesa Ortega.


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