Tablao Flamenco Cordobes Celebrated its 45th Anniversary with the delivery of the Silver Mosque last April 27 to Taller de Músics, Institut del Teatre, Fosforito, La Chana and Juan de Dios Ramírez Heredia.
The award ceremony “Mosque of Silver” was held at the Gran Teatre del Liceu, by Xavier Bru de Sala, Pep Munné, Duquende, Maria Ángels Torras and Luis P. Adame.
Taller de Músics, Institut del Teatre, Fosforito, La Chana and Juan de Dios Ramírez Heredia have been awarded with the Silver Mosque, under the leitmotiv “The art to understand us”. Sponsoring awards, respectively; Xavier Bru de Sala, Pep Munné, Duquende, Maria Ángels Torras and Luis P. Adame.
The historic flamenco tablao of Las Ramblas, where Camarón himself sang and his career began with the likes of Miguel Poveda, celebrates his 45th Anniversary with different acts that will be developed throughout this year.
The starting signal will be the delivery of the Silver Mosque, traditional award that Tablao Flamenco Cordobés has awarded to different personalities and entities that have stood out in recent years for the defense of flamenco and its interpretation as a forum and meeting of cultures and coexistence, among them; former President of the Generalitat of Catalonia Pasqual Maragall, Turisme de Barcelona or Doctor Rafael Ignacio Barraquer Compte.
As part of the celebrations of its 45th Anniversary, Tablao Flamenco Cordobes premieres this season a new show, “Vivir Flamenco” inspired by these same principles of flamenco art as a formula of consensus and meeting of cultures, which can be seen throughout the season in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes itself and at the Palau de la Música Catalana.
“Vivir Flamenco” will premiere next April 30th at Palau de la Música Catalana, played in the main roles by Belén Lopez, Karime Amaya, Amador Rojas, El Yiyo, and Milagros.
Tablao Flamenco Cordobes inaugurated in 1970, is one of the few historic venues that still live on Las Ramblas, and after 45 years, it continues to be a benchmark of authenticity and quality in the world of flamenco, and within the tourism industry, one of the few spaces in which flamenco has not been undermined by its tourist success.