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Flamenco a Chorro. Curro Piñana & Luis el Zambo & Menese & Regina

Flamenco a Chorro at Clamores. Curro Piñana & Luis el Zambo & José Menese & Regina. October 17-20, 2013
October 15, 2013

Thursday, October 17th, 2013 – 9:30pm

CURRO PIÑANA, Singer from Cartagena

Winner of the Lámpara Minera at La Unión in 1998

Paco Tornero, Flamenco guitar

Curro Piñana

His training began with his grandfather, Antonio Piñana senior, who taught him the wide range of mining singing styles.  Curro is an excellent artist who exhibits extreme sensitivity and is known for his knowledge of flamenco.  This is a singer who seeks formal and stylistic perfection in each  interpretation.

Trained as a psychologist, he currently combines his work at the Murcia Conservatory of Music with teaching flamenco singing at the Universidad Popular of Cartagena.


Friday, October 18th, 2013 – 10:00pm

LUIS EL ZAMBO, Jerez flamenco singer

Fernando Moreno, Flamenco guitar

Luis Fernández Soto was born in the heart of the flamenco neighborhood of Jerez known as Santiago.  He grew up around flamenco in a family of fish-mongers in which flamenco played a very important part in every celebration.  Later in life he participated in the record Cayos Reales, and decided to become a professional singer.  He developed his career in Seville and Madrid, interpreting the excellent  singing forms of legendary relatives of his such as Paco La luz, Tío Juanichi, El Gloria, Tío Cabeza, Las Pompis, Luis Rincones, El Serna, Frijones, Terremoto and Sordera.

Saturday, October 19th, 2013 – 10:00pm

Luis el Zambo

JOSÉ MENESE, Singer from la Puebla de Cazalla (Sevilla)

Antonio Carrión, Flamenco guitar

When José Menese was 25 years old, his name already appeared in Spain’s “Who’s Who”, along with the list of his recordings and an explanation of his contribution to flamenco singing.  His voice is round and full of profound undertones, he avoids vulgarity and limits his repertoire to the classic forms.  He is one of the most knowledgeable singers in the history of flamenco, and has been the object of study and admiration by intellectuals, writers, poets and flamencologists such as Rafael Alberti, Fernando Quiñones, Blas de Otero, Ramón Chao, Félix Grande and Antonio Gala.

José Menese

Sunday, October 20th, 2013 – 9:30pm

REGINA, Singer from Huelva

Paco Cortés, Flamenco guitar

Although raised in Huelva, Regina was born in Heidelberg, Germany to Spanish immigrants.  She is reaching artistic maturity especially in the serenity of her singing.  Recent projects include “Embrujo Flamenco” with pianist Dorantes and her participation in the Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla 2010.