Flamenco in dialogue with other musical styles to create new paths
The fusion, the pairing of styles, the coexistence of musical tendencies materializes in Flamenco Festival with a lot of proposals that seek the dialogue between cultures.
Acclaimed flamenco guitarist Dani de Morón joins Israeli musician Yotam Silberstein on a new date of Flamenco meets Jazz, dismantling the barriers between both musical styles. The same connections may materialize in the recital No hay dos sin tres, with the guitar of Chicuelo & Mezquida at the piano. In this line, the New Bojaira New York project is also presented, accompanied by Randy Brecker, with his new work ‘ZorongoBlu’; as well as Antonio Lizana, who will present Oriente under the label Jazz Eñe, and in collaboration with the SGAE Foundation. A show that goes through his two recordings that will cross bridges from the most sober flamenco clubs to the most avant-garde jazz completing a vibrant and intense show.
Following this artistic plot that seeks the mixing of styles and cultures, artists with solid trajectories such as Lin Cortés, who present their work Gitanerías in which mix rock with bulería and psychedelia with soleá; or new talents such as the Aurora filling the scenes with energy and freshness with their contemporary revision of the traditional songs of Manuel de Falla, evolving into languages that transgress traditional sonorities and exploring the fusion with other aesthetics.
With its own integral show, Four Cats will be presented in New York, or what is the same, Oruco (flamenco dancer and percussionist), Eduardo Trassierra (guitarist), Kiko Peña (vocalist) and Pablo Martin Jones (percussionist), to offer the recreation of a classic flamenco tablao with a modern touch that emerges from his work with the iconoclastic choreographer and creator Rocío Molina.
The most important platform for flamenco worldwide
Throughout its 20 years of history, Flamenco Festival has taken over almost the entire world, having presence in 101 cities, presenting 129 companies, 1.225 shows and an audience of over 1,600.000 people.
The largest flamenco platform in the international scene
Operating since 1996, Flamenco Festival is the main international flamenco promoter in the world. Its mission is to promote and spread the richness and variety of flamenco art, from traditional flamenco to the most avant-garde proposals.