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Pastora Galván, el Farru… “and Sevilla”

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Yes, always Seville. The sedimentation of its landscape and its legends, imposed an aesthetics style perfectly relatable to its idiosyncrasy.
With a characteristic body language, that impregnation comes from their families, their lineages. Through their metamorphosis their art is Seville and Seville is recreated in their dance ...
Assuming all kind of risks, because we cannot picture the immense constellation that is the history of dance in this city, we highlight a living and latent circumstance that in its conjunction would cover 80% of the influence in that spectrum of the art, leaving the rest to some characters with their own language, which also exist.
It is a living circumstance because it is in full activity, and it is represented by the Farruco and Galvan families. If we added Matilde Co
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Yes, always Seville. The sedimentation of its landscape and its legends, imposed an aesthetics style perfectly relatable to its idiosyncrasy.
With a characteristic body language, that impregnation comes from their families, their lineages. Through their metamorphosis their art is Seville and Seville is recreated in their dance ...
Assuming all kind of risks, because we cannot picture the immense constellation that is the history of dance in this city, we highlight a living and latent circumstance that in its conjunction would cover 80% of the influence in that spectrum of the art, leaving the rest to some characters with their own language, which also exist.
It is a living circumstance because it is in full activity, and it is represented by the Farruco and Galvan families. If we added Matilde Coral, we would dare say that we are approaching the entirety of influence and representatives of this aesthetic.
In addition to its public recognition and presence, Israel Galván has introduced a very important avant-garde facet to this school, based on an innate knowledge of flamenco. A knowledge with which Farruquito, with his historical fidelity, balances the scales in a sum of immeasurable talents. A topic that would be enough for a great book.
From January 21st and until February 15th in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes, we will enjoy the performances that Pastora Galván and Antonio El Farru will offer us on our stage. With this artistic frame as background we will honor their elders, emphasizing what their families are and their transcendence in the history of flamenco and its dance.
Also, from the 2nd until the 6th of February, we will enjoy the invaluable presence of the master José Galván, a genuine flamenco figure, patriarch of one of the most distinguished families this art has produced and who will be performing with his daughter, Pastora Galván.

Farru
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, will be with us in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes from 20 to 30 October. Antonio Fernández Montoya, better known as "El Farru", has directed and represented his own show as soloist for the most prestigious tablaos and venues in the world, including the City Center in New York. He has also performed with music stars such as Beyoncé, Björk, Marc Anthony and Paulina Rubio and shared a world tour with the sadly deceased Maestro Paco de Lucía.

Pastora Galván
Daughter of José Galván, Pastora carries in her blood the hearth of the dances of her house and the modernity of the dance of her brother Israel Galván, a genius to the most plausible avant-garde of flamenco.
He has taken his dance to the main Spanish theaters and tablaos, as well as numerous cities in Europe, Japan, the United States, the Middle East, Cuba ... and of course, the most important flamenco and dance festivals in the world.
The Seville Biennial of Flamenco, one of the most important flamenco festivals in the world, has hosted Pastora's dance in all its editions since 1998.
Throughout his career he has worked with great artists such as Eva Yerbabuena, Fernando Terremoto, La Susi, Niño de Pura, María Pagés, José Luis Rodríguez or Arcángel, among many others.

Karime Amaya
From 1 to 10 she returns to tablao Karime Amaya, niece-granddaughter of Carmen Amaya and a dancer of consolidated international prestige. His dance oozes strength and temperament and his 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
From 1 to 21 of ener returns to Tablao Hugo López after acting three years as a soloist in the Andalusian Flamenco Ballet. Born in Córdoba, a passionate dancer and dancer, his mastery of classical technique opens the door to a multitude of records and new aesthetics for flamenco, keeping the roots of flamenco more traditional. One still remembers in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes its furious dance by farruca with which it astonished the whole public in his last visit to this scene.
Inés Rubio
Inés Rubio, a native of Tarragona, has worked and worked eventually in different tablaos of the Spanish geography, among which is Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Barcelona, ​​and in Seville in flamenco rocks like Torres Macarena, Cantes al aire, Among many more. In 2014 he won the first prize in the international contest of "Anilla la gitana" in Ronda and was a semifinalist in the prestigious international singing contest of the mines of the Union. These last two years he has been teaching in Japan and acting in different cities. Currently he travels across the peninsula with the show "POR LA VEREA" accompanying the dance to the great figure Enrique el Extremeño while he compagina his performances in the main tablaos with courses by different province of Spain. You can see her perform in the tablao from January 1 to 21.
Agueda Saavedra
We present during this month also one of the youngest flamenco beads of Malaga, Águeda Saavedra. Born in Nerja (Málaga), winning the first prize of the Dance Contest of Ribarroja del Turia twice took her to the dance company of the famous choreographer Antonio Najarro. Thanks to this, he enters the elite of flamenco dance, collaborating with figures such as Manuel Liñán or Pericet in their shows. Habitual already in the scenarios of the best tablaos of the Spanish geography, is one of the majors promises of his generation. We will have it with us from the beginning of the month until the 8th.

Carlos Carbonell
Bailaor Cadiz, raised in the bosom of a Flemish family, awoke in him his love for flamenco from a very young age. Despite his youth Carlos maintains an unstoppable trajectory that has led him to act in companies of the stature of Manuela Carrasco, Sara Baras, Rafael Amargo, Eva La Hierbabuena, Carlos Santana and Olga Pericet, among many others. In addition to acting in the big companies, Carlos also works with his own projects as Acompasa2 or 8 codes. He will tread the tables of the tablao from January 9 to 20.

Cast of musicians from Tablao Flamenco Cordobes for the month of December

Guitar

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.

Ñoño
Antonio Santiago, better known as "Ñoño", is a young guitarist who has already accompanied the main flamenco figures. In 2008, he won the First Prize as a solo guitarist in the Utrera F lecture series. He has played in many countries, including Dubai and Russia and is now part of one of the most important companies in the flamenco world "Re e ncuentro" with Manuela Carrasco and Antonio Canales.

Manuel Cazas
One of the best guitarists accompanying dance and flamenco singing, his great experience and versatility have opened the doors to the most important flamenco scene in the world. He has also composed musical pieces for numerous shows and has performed in many countries such as USA, China, Japan, Sweden, France, England, Turkey, Taiwan or Lebanon.

Eugenio Santiago
Versatile guitarist, he is one of the most promising young lps of the flamenco guitar in Barcelona. He has a great soniquete flamenco and is already able to accompany all the sticks of flamenco. He has already been recognized with several prizes, among which we can highlight the second prize of the international contest of Hospitalet and also the first prize to the best accompaniment to cante por bulerías.
Tuto
Young guitarist with a trajectory that seems unstoppable. He began 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.

José Gálvez
José María Gálvez Valle was born in Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz) in 1977. Son of the cantaor Paco Gálvez began playing the guitar and later to the cante until he began to explore new musical forms, publishing in 1997 his first disc titled "Bohemio de Amor" .

Sing

Manuel Tañé
This month we are also lucky to have Manuel Tañé, an authentic 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.

Coco and Bocadillo
The best dance is dressed with the voices of our cantaores, flamenco artists of unquestionable quality such as Coco and Bocaíllo, two shuddering voices that will resonate with strength and talent in the walls of our tablao throughout the month of December.

Morenito de Illora
Camarón de la Isla, sponsored him in one of those flamenco festivals that were organized at the end of the 70's. Moreno de Illora, brings together all the virtues that a cantaor should have: temper, value, power, knowledge, compass and sensitivity , If this admiration joins him for Antonio Chaqueta and Manolo Caracol, makes an explosive cocktail. The good metal of his voice and his out-of-the-ordinary compass has opened many doors for him and he has started his solo career, recording 4 CDs and very important collaborations.

Maria del Mar Fernández
Cantaora gaditana that debuted professionally at age 14. In 2011 she performed the song called "Señorita" for a Bollywood film titled "ZNMD" with great reception from the public. In 2013, she released her first solo album "Una gaditana en Bollywood" and among many other performances, she highlighted the commitment of Canal Fiesta Radio, belonging to the Radio Televisión de Andalucía (RTVA), by the singer as "Artist Revelation".

La Tana
Victoria Santiago Borja "La Tana" began her professional career singing to dance in companies like Joaquín Cortés or Farruquito. Paco de Lucía heard her sing in a Sevillian bar and signed it.
The voice of the cantaora sevillana takes protagonism in several subjects of the album Cositas good (2004), among them, the tangos that give him title. The master of Algeciras embarked on the troupe with which presented the world's last album, along with other singers like Duquende and Montse Cortés.


Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Shows

Dear customer, esteemed friend, unknown flamenco fan,
The historic and romantic nature of flamenco as a popular creation that started to become known in the middle of the XIXth century, mentioned by romanticist writers visiting Spain in their narrations, have placed this musical genre in the circles of culture and literature, while at the same time the show business has transformed it into a product for mass consumption completely deformed. The harmful influence that massive tourism has brought to promoters, producers and artists is widely known, far from the necessary aesthetics and education to be considered a part of flamenco culture. The calculated premeditation they act with, justifying their actions claiming that the tourist "doesn't know" or "doesn't understand", should be answered that they are the ones that are inadequate for flamenco.
Faced with this situation, the traveler and everyone interested in authentic popular culture has to confront the challenge of not letting anyone fool them. Unfortunately, the adequate source of knowledge is not advertising, not even the one offered by new technologies: We live in a society intoxicated with identical slogans.
Tablao Flamenco Cordobes can give you some tips:
The management of a tablao, like a pharmacy, has to be in the hands of artists or experts, true flamenco fans at the very least. They are easy to find in Madrid and a bit harder in Barcelona.
The historic tablaos offer you a picture of their shared memories with the greatest masters of flamenco, some with a selected cast with the best performers.
Tablao Flamenco Cordobes is together with these historic tablaos whose owners were artists and have lived its deepest nature and, apart from a long list of masters part of flamenco history, are one of the very few that have kept updating their shows throughout the years, bringing to their stage top performers, flamenco legends and young talents discovered by them.
Another characteristic of our stage is that we manage to bring them together at the same time, creating unique shows with the highest level of quality, only found in our stage and in the most important flamenco festivals.
Dear customer, we don't want to be the ones to tell you:
Ask the flamenco fans and experts: They will tell you what Tablao Flamenco Cordobes is.

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