Cordobés continúa su programación, fiel a su línea de fidelidad a los valores del mejor flamenco. "La Aristocracia del Flamenco" es un ciclo que por la calidad y prestigio de intérpretes de dos generaciones, convierten a Cordobés en el heredero indiscutible de los tablaos históricos más importantes en España.
Este escenario ha sido un referente de autenticidad durante más de 40 años en los que hemos demostrado, que lo auténtico, además de divertir cuando es de verdad emociona, y "La Aristocracia del Flamenco" es una gran aventura que vive el espectador al encuentro de un arte que es Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad.
Programme June 2014: Pure Gold Flamenco
Many artists gather in the same stage to present the most relevant cast of the contemporary flamenco
Tablao Cordobes presents a luxury cast in its stage during the month of June. It counts with the most important contemporary artists and with lots of news. To begin with, the number of dancers increases to reach 4 female dancers (Mercedes de Córdoba, Belén López, Sara Barrero and Susana Casas) and 3 male dancers (Amador Rojas, Junco and Iván Alcalá). This wonderful cast also counts with 6 singers and 3 guitarists. As the precious golden metal the flamenco presented in Tablao Cordobes reaches its purest form.Mercedes de Córdoba, she got the first dance award in the XX National Contest of Flamenco Art in Cordoba 2013, the first award in the Bienal of Seville 2002 and the ‘Antonio Gades’ award 2011. She is a prestigious and international artist with a consolidated career. She performs again in the mythic Tablao of La Rambla in Barcelona after working the important dance companies of Javier Barón and Eva La Yerbabuena.The dancer Belén López won the National Flamenco Award “Mario Maya” in 2004 and the New Artist Award by Corral de la Pacheca in 2005. She has been one of the main dancers during April and May in the stages of Tablao Flamenco Cordobes and Palau de la Música Catalana in the Grand Flamenco Festival of Barcelona.The dancer and choreographer Susana Casas has worked as a soloist in the companies of Mario Maya and Cristina Hoyos. She is one of the new incorporations to Tablao Cordobes. She has worked in the Flamenco Ballet of Andalusia, getting good reviews from the audience and the press. Susana has won several national flamenco dance awards as the ‘Matilde Coral’ award.Sara Barrero, Catalan dancer, she made her debut at the age of 16 in Tablao Flamenco Cordobes in Barcelona and now works as a teacher in different dance schools. She has performed in many flamenco festivals such as Young Values Festival in L’Hospitalet, getting the first award Carmen Amaya or the international Festival Mont de Marsans and other festivals in Paris, London, Tokyo, USA, etc.The male dancers are also great artists. Amador Rojas released in 2010 “Mandala” in Los Angeles, his first performance as a soloist in America. He got The Golden Lyre Musicianship Award for that performance which also presented in Spain, France and Brasil.The great dancer Juan José Jaén Arroyo “El Junco” is a dancer from Cádiz and learnt from El Mellizo. He has been awarded several times: Max Award, Flamenco Group of Huelva Award, Alegrias Award in Cádiz…Ivan Alcalá completes the male cast. His career was been unstoppable and he is one of the young promises of the contemporary flamenco. He has also created his own company. Pure Gold Flamenco also has a large cast of luxury singers: Antonio Villar, who since 2001 until now has combined his work in the companies of Farruquito and Tomatito; La Tana, who started her professional career singing for companies such as the company of Joaquín Cortés or Farruquito and was hired by Paco de Lucía after he listened to her in a bar in Seville; María Carmona, nephew of Los Rubios and Los Habichuela, two of the most important flamenco gypsy families; Manuel Tañé, who has taught singing lessons in Japan, Vancouver, in the Academy of Victor Kolstee and Rosario Ancer, among other countries; Juan Manzano “El Coco”, who has shared stage with singers such as Duquende, Remedios Amaya, La Susi, Montse Cortés, etc; and José de la Miguela, a Catalan singer who has collaborated with the main flamenco artists and has worked in the main flamenco establishments of Catalonia.The cast is completed with the guitarist Juan Campallo, who started playing the guitar at the age of 6 with his brother Mariano Campallo; and David and Israel Cerreduela, son and grand-son of El Nani, a famous talented guitarist.
Israel Cerreduela es un joven guitarrista flamenco, hijo de David Cerreduela. Ha trabajado con prestigiosos artistas como Antonio Canales, Sara Baras o Enrique Morente, entre otros.