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January 18, 2018

Sevilla and Cadiz: Diálogos del baile “… etc”

Marco Flores, Claudia Cruz and Marina Valiente represent the cities of Cádiz and Sevilla in the historic tablao of La Rambla in January. .

January 18
Tablao Flamenco Cordobes

It begins in 2018 and at Tablao Flamenco Cordobes we celebrate the New Year with performances filled with first grade artists.

Marco Flores

Born in Cadiz, his professional experience begins at tablaos and Andalusian festivals. In 2001, he joined the Sara Baras Company and Rafael Amargo. In 2003, he started his solo project and created Dance Company ESS3 Movimiento with Olga Pericet, Daniel Doña and Manuel Liñan.

As a soloist, she participates in the Corral de la Morería’s 50th anniversary gala, dancing at the Flamenco Festival in Lepe, the international music and dance festival of Granada.

In 2007, he created “En Clave” with Manuel Liñán and Olga Pericet and participated in Flamenco Festival in New York and London.

Claudia Cruz

From Cadiz, she started learning flamenco, ballet and Spanish classics at the Cibayi Dance Charo Cruz Academy when she was just 5 years old. He learned from great artists like Israel Galván, Belén Maya, Mijita Dakota, Pacy Sánchez, Silvia Oen … and Carnival Proclamation of Cádiz, Carmen de Bizet of Los Ullen, Con Alma, Niña Pastori …

In 2006, L ‘Hospitalet won first place in the Ubrique contest, and in 2006 won awards such as Matilde Coral and José de la Vega. He traveled throughout Europe and Japan and made his art work available. In 2005, she won first prize in the alegrías dance category at the Peña de la Perla contest in Cádiz or first prize at the Estepona Cantora contest in 2005.

Marina Valenti

He was born in Seville. Because she was so small, flamenco was born in the heart of the artistic heritage. She was on stage for the first time when she was only three years old.

Since bailaora is performing worldwide, her work includes working with the Israeli Galván at the Bienal de Sevilla on her show “Galvánnyas” and working for the company of Rafael Campallo performing at the Mont de Marsans Festival with many others It’s possible.

At the awards ceremony, the second prize in the Alegria “La Ferrada de Cadiz” 2011 National Competition can highlight the third prize in the Young Flamengo National Competition.

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Tablao Flamenco Cordobes
Tablao Flamenco Cordobes

Sing and Guitar

El Tati

Luis Santiago “El Tati” was initially a percussionist and later began his career at the age of twelve and later began working as a guitarist with his parents Mercedes Amaya and guitarist Santiago Aguilar. He participated in various shows featuring the Mont de Marsan Festival in France. It is the most important flamenco festival in the country and we shared the stage with artists from Gerardo Núñez, a company such as Mario Maya, Antonio “El Pipa” and Farruco Family.

He presented the National Dance Company at the National Museum of Korea and visited presentations in major cities in Japan.

Jose Luis Medina

José Luis Medina (1986) was born in Cordoba. He began playing flamenco guitars with the hands of Alberto Lucena, 13 years old.

He is taught by other great masters such as Niño de Pura, Eduardo Rebollar, José Luis Postigo, Miguel Ángel Cortés and Pedro Sierra and competes in the Cante and Dance Concert Youth Contest hosted by the Cristina Heeren Foundation. First Prize. In the same year he won third place as a solo guitarist in Alhaurín de la Torre (Malaga) and Ogijares (Granada).

He presented his show at the Flamenco festival in Chateauneuf, France.

Jesus Núñez

A guitarist born in Cadiz. He played with artists such as Manuel Liñan, Marco Flores, India Martínez or Pitingo and traveled to Tanzania, Rwanda, Cape Verde, Italy and so on.

Song

La Tana

Victoria Santiago Borja “La Tana” has started her professional career singing in companies like Joaquín Cortés and Farruquito. Paco de Lucía listened to her singing in a bar in Seville and joined her cast.

The voices of Sevillian cantaora have been on stage in many tracks on the album Cositas buenas (2004), among which there is a tango that gives her a title. The master of Algeciras embarked on a theatrical release with the latest albums from around the world, along with other musicians such as Duquende and Montse Cortés.

Juan Manzano “Coco”

Natural of San Roc, it is probably one of the most flamenco voices in Barcelona. It is an authentic, flamenco-containing DNA that accompanies you wherever you go. Add to it the rich voice, rich memories and natural, full of nature that can create a curious voice. It is a whole flamenco agency in Barcelona, ​​and does not surprise us every year.

Quini de Jerez

Throughout his career he has worked with many important artists such as Tomasa Guerrero “La Macanita”, Fernando Terremoto, Elu de Jerez or Merchora Ortega.

He has already matured as a singer at the age of twenty, and he decides to venture into Cantu and decides to leave his hand palmero. At Lagar de Parrilla, one of Jerez’s most emblematic venues starts as a singer, performing at clubs, contests and festivals, and one year later, Bulería de Jerez receives first prize at the Canté contest.

After his success he joined Antonio Gades and traveled the world after his tour: America, France, London, California, Morocco or Brazil were some of their destinations.

Manuel De La Nina

Young singer of Jerez de la Frontera. I have already traveled to major cities in the United States. He made his debut with Tomasa ‘La Macanita’, Luis ‘El Zambo’ or Tía María Bala.

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