The ninth edition of the Flamenco On Fire Festival will be celebrated from the 24th to the 28th of August in Navarra. Performing among others will be Carmen Linares, José Mercé, Israel Fernández, María José Llergo, María Toledo, Estévez & Paños and Cristian de Moret.
The Bienal de Sevilla will be opened with a speech by Laura Garcia Lorca, along with the delivery of the ‘Giraldillo Internacional de Flamenco Ciudad de Sevilla’. The program will end with its final show in the Port of Seville. Tickets are available from May 25th.
María Pagés, Manuel Liñán, Jesús Carmona, Ana Morales, María del Mar Moreno, Rocío Márquez and Bronquio and Los Voluble gather before the public at Sadler's Wells theatre in London. Through the transformative power of flamenco, the festival challenges the present with the aims of reinventing the future.
ExpoFlamenco will begin the series 'Mi pueblo flamenco' in Mairena del Alcor (Seville), which will pay tribute to the Andalusian flamenco towns, along with their artists, fans, and their history, through thirty-minute documentaries.
Malaga’s 7th Flamenco Biennial starred one of the greatest dancers in the history of flamenco, Triana’s own Manuela Carrasco, who still has the same passion for jonda and pure flamenco as ever…
Fourth submission in the series Flamenco Around The World, by Jafelin Helten. In this
Ana Peña (Utrera 1950), is a powerful artist who receives limited attention in Jerez, a place that doesn’t easily forgive interpreters not born in the city. The timbre of her voice reveals Utrera. Powerful sweetness with a raw flamenco sound that raises gooseflesh without previous warning.