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.
NEXT PERFORMS ON 'THE ARISTOCRACY OF FLAMENCO'
- From February 23rd to March 5th, Cordobés can boast of having achieved exclusively an event that the fans had been waiting for a long time: the three child prodigy of nowadays meet in our Tablao: Amós Lora, guitar, Abraham Motos, sing, and El Carpeta, dance, will give us a lesson for the future.
- Close the cycle, from March 12th to April 11th, two amazing women: the mythical singer The Susi, already with more than 20 albums in her great career, and the woman who for many is the one that better illustrates the current feminine flamenco: Pastora Galván, prestigious part of a tremendous dynasty of the aristocracy of the flamenco: the Galván family.
CURRENT SHOW - FARRUCO DINASTY. “EL CARPETA” by the hand of her brother ANTONIO “EL FARRU”
In the cycle “The Aristocracy of the Flamenco”, the dancer from Sevilla, Antonio Fernández Montoya, Antonio “El Farru” is going to act in the Tablao Cordobes from the 8th until the 22nd, both included.
The surprise will be the presentation, by his hand, of “El Carpeta”, the youngest heritor of the aristocratic Farruco lineage, who started dancing before walking.
Tablao Cordobés presented in Barcelona 37 years ago a dancer that back then was already a legend: Antonio Farruco, together with the great Chocolate. Today, his grandsons El Farru and El Carpeta, as their brother Farruquito, are the current torches of a lineage that is a kind of tableau of wonders.
Marina Valiente and Susana Escoda.
Farruco family is accompanied by their usual singers such as Manuel Tañé and Antonio Villar. Also accompany El Coco, great Catalan singer that just starred the documentary "Bajari, la Barcelona calé" directed by Eva Vila (Pompeu Fabra University), with the special collaboration of La Tana, daughter of the singer Herminia Borja, and admired by Paco de Lucia, who discovered her in a bar in Seville.
David Cerreduela, reference on flamenco guitar and a star on himself.
El Tuto. This young catalan guitarist has been the co-star together with El Coco on the documentary “Bajarí, la Barcelona calé” by Eva Vila, Pompeu Fabra University.
Luis Miguel Manzano.
Artistic Curriculum: Antonio “El Farru”
Antonio Fernández Montoya, also known as Farruco, is the brother of the great dancer Farruquito. Born in Seville in 1988, adopted the stage-name Farruco, his grandfather is the witnessed of the purest Flamenco art. He debuted on the international scene by 2 years old in Berlin and participated in his first film at age 6 under the direction his grandfather in 'Bodas de Gloria'. In 1998, 10 years, formed his own company Farruco "Gnomes of flamenco" with which he participated in many festivals in Spain and elsewhere, as in Cologne and Kiev. In January 2001 Francis Brunn's took part in the play 'Incognito'. That same year, participates in the spectacle of his brother 'Farruquito y Familia' in New York, accompanying him on his first U.S. tour.
In October of that year toured solo around Mexico with Antonio Canales. Farruco, despite his young age, has had a special place in his brother shows, as 'Flamenco Roots', 'The Len Varó', 'By law' or 'Alma Vieja'. All of them stood out as a unique dancer of great strength. Elegance and beauty, accompanied by an unparalleled technique and a prodigious footwork. He has performed on stages all over the world and achieved great success in the last tour of Spain. In 2005 starred in the film by the Catalan director Mireia Ros 'Triumph', winner of the Silver Biznaga to the best soundtrack in Spanish Cinema Festival Malaga 2006, where he co-stars alongside Angela Molina and Juan Diego, among others.