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November 20, 2018

Regular artists from Tablao Flamenco Cordobes share their art at the Jaen Flamenco Festival

Last Sunday, November 18th, the second edition of the Ciudad de Jaén Flamenco Festival ended, an event that during four days filled the Andalusian city with flamenco culture. In this festival have participated regular artists in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes of Barcelona, such as the dancers Hugo López and Karime Amaya. Both dancers were sharing their Flamenco dance knowledge through two masterclasses at the Flamenco Art School 'El Tabanco'. In addition, the dancer Karime Amaya also participated as a guest artist in the show by the singer Encarna Anillo, which took place on Friday 16th November at the Teatro Infanta Leonor.

November 20
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Hugo López and Karime Amaya

Karime Amaya is an artist who carries in her blood the heritage of her great grand-aunt Carmen Amaya, La Capitana. The dancer made her debut at the age of nine in the company of her parents, the dancer Mercedes Amaya and the guitarist Santiago Aguilar. Karime Amaya has participated in festivals around the world such as the Albuquerque International Flamenco Festival in New Mexico. She has also performed in countries such as Ecuador, France and Japan among others. In addition, on 24th November 2018, she will present her first single production, 'La Fuente', at the SAT Teatre in Barcelona.

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Hugo López shows from an early age his passion for flamenco

Hugo López is a bailaor (flamenco dancer) who recently won the Desplante prize at the Festival de Cantes de las Minas in the XXII Concurso de Baile (XXII Dance Competition). Born in Cordoba, Hugo López shows from an early age his passion for flamenco and in 2003 wins the City of Cordoba Award. In addition, in 2006 he also won the first prize in the Villa de Mijas National Competition and in 2008 the prize for the best show in the Jerez Festival with “Flamenco XXI: Ópera, café y puro”.

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