Antonio Canales opens the spring schedule Thursday, February 5th
The “Jueves Flamencos” series has presented the first show of this year's program, with the presence of performers who make up the bill for this 15th edition, in addition to “Conocer el Flamenco”, now in its thirtieth year.
This year, Rafael Riqueni is present, as well as a young guitarist who received the “best newcomer” prize in the last Bienal de Sevilla, Manuel Valencia, in addition to master choreographer Antonio Canales, and a master of the most classic tablao-style dancing, Toni el Pelao and La Uchi. Young dancer Asunción Pérez “Choni” will also be present, and three dancers who join forces in a single show called “6Zapatos”.
With Adela Campallo
Óscar de los Reyes, Paco Iglesias, Juan Campallo, Galli de Morón, Moi de Morón, José Carrasco
With Diego Amaya, Chicharito and Rafael Junquera.
MANUEL VALENCIA in concert
With the collaboration of El Junco, David Carpio and Felipa del Moreno
TONI EL PELAO & LA UCHI
With Juan Serrano, Luis Miguel Manzano, Pepe “El Bocadillo” and Juañares
With Miguel Ángel Cortés, Los Melli and Agustín Diasserra
ASUNCIÓN PÉREZ “CHONI”
With Alicia Acuña, Raúl Cantizano, Antonio Montiel and guest artists Manuel Cañadas and Rosario Solano
SORAYA CLAVIJO, LUCÍA ÁLVAREZ “LA PIÑONA”, MERCEDES RUIZ
With Juan José Amador, Pepe de Pura, Moi de Morón, Juan Campallo and José Luis Medina
RAFAEL RIQUENI in concert
Órdago a lo Grande
With Jesús Guerrero, Miguel “Londro”, David Carpio, Miguel Lavi and Emilio Florido
Pasión (closing concert)
INÉS BACÁN, CARMEN LEDESMA, DOLORES DE LOS SANTOS, MARÍA PEÑA, ANTONIO MOYA
All shows at 9:00 pm
Salón de Actos Cajasol, Pl. San Francisco, Sevilla.
Tickets at box office Pl. San Francisco 95 450 8200