This May and June, Tablao Flamenco Cordobes will be dancing with El Tete Fernández, Joel Vargas and Karime Amaya. The historic Tablao de Las Ramblas in Barcelona, which in 2020 celebrated its 50th anniversary, will also feature singers Bocaillo, Luis el Granaíno, Miguel de La Tolea, among others, as well as great guitarists such as David Cerreduela, El Tuto or Tati. Amaya.
Ricardo Fernández, known as El Tete, is a young dancer born in Badalona into a gypsy family and who, despite his youth, has already earned his place in the field of flamenco dance. Brother of bailaor El Yiyo Fernández, through his strength and elegance he shows great artistic maturity in each performance, which has earned great criticism from flamenco fans and professionals. Among his most direct references are Joaquín Cortés, José Maya, Farruquito and his brother El Yiyo.
The Catalan bailaor Yoel Vargas is a young promise of dance who, at only 17 years old, has already been awarded numerous times in the Madrid Choreographic Contest or the Tetuán District Choreographic Contest, among others.
Karime Amaya is the great-niece of the greatest and most revered universal dancer of all time, Carmen Amaya.
She undoubtedly carries the legacy of La Capitana in her blood. She debuted at the age of 9 in the company of her parents, the dancer Mercedes Amaya La Winy and the guitarist Santiago Aguilar, with whom she began her career at the young age of 12 and in which she continues to dance.
Sara Barrero, a regular dancer at Tablao Flamenco Cordobes, began her career when she was 16 years old. She has danced at 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. She should be noted that at the Young Values Festival of the city of L’Hospitalet, rising as the first prize Carmen Amaya.
Susana started dancing when she was only 8 years old with José Galván. Later, she continued her training with Matilde Coral and Manolo Marín.
Dancer who is part of a young generation of extremely talented Catalan artists. He took his first professional steps in Tablao Cordobés. She has shared the stage with her most important artists and with her husband Antonio Toleo toured Japan on numerous occasions.
Gloria del Rosario
This young Sevillian bailaora is part of the prestigious Flamenco Ballet of Andalusia and has the Montellano Flamenco Strawberry Tree and the first prize in the competition of the Seville Provincial Federation of Flamenco Entities.
Luis the Granaino
Luis el Granaíno has carried flamenco art in his veins from a young age. Flamenco has been part of his life since he was two years old, when he began to sing thanks to belonging to a family of great artists.
Miguel de la Tolea
Despite being born in Barcelona, this cantaor has lived in many cities since he accompanied his mother to the cities to which she traveled to dance, so from a very young age he has been in contact with flamenco art and from a very young age he began to sing and dance at flamenco parties.
Antonio Campos Saavedra, born in Barcelona in 1983, in the Bon Pastor neighbourhood, grew up from a young age in a flamenco environment, his grandfather being a first cousin of Porrina.
She began her career at the age of 14 in Jerez, she performed in numerous tablaos and clubs in the city and learned from Juan Parrilla in your tablao El Lagar de uncle Parrilla.
Son of the famous guitarist El Nani and grandson of a guitar maker, which explains his precocity on stage. At 14 he began his professional career accompanying neither more nor less than Lola Flores, and Merche Esmeralda.
El Tuto began playing at the age of 14 at the Tablao del Carmen in Barcelona. Although he is very young, Fernández works with artists of the stature of Sara Baras and in various shows with La Farruca and El Farru, as well as with singers such as Montse Cortés, Duquende and Ginesa Ortega.
Ricardo Fernández El Tete
Antonio Campos “Bocaillo”
Luis El Granaíno