- María Terremoto
- 12 March 2019
- (Español) Former Residence of Ambassadors of Spain
|9 March 2019||21:30:00||Joe’s Pub at The Public|
|10 March 2019||18:00:00||Miami Dade County Auditorium|
|12 March 2019||19:00:00||(Español) Former Residence of Ambassadors of Spain|
|13 March 2019||20:30:00||(Español) Old Town School of Folk Music|
María Terremoto, from Jerez de la Frontera, is a worthy heir to the Terremoto legacy. She is the granddaughter of “Terremoto of Jerez,” one of the greatest flamenco singers of the 20th century, and daughter of singer “Fernando Terremoto.” She was the youngest artist to receive the Giraldillo award for new artist at the Seville Flamenco Biennial and has been called “the torchbearer for young flamenco singers”. She just released her first album, La huella de mi sentío, in which she presents her orthodox expression of cante combined with a fresh approach to the modern sounds of flamenco. Accompaniment is provided by Nono Jero (guitar) and José “El Pechuguita” (vocals).
This concert is part of the series Flamenco Eñe co-organized with:
María Terremoto was the youngest ever artist to lift the Giraldillo award for the Revelation at the Seville Flamenco Biennial. Following a career replete with glowing reviews, in which she has been labelled “The flagbearer for young cante singers”, she is now releasing her first album, La huella de mi sentío, in which she records the cantes that have been with her since childhood. An orthodox expression of cante that mainains coherence with the modern sounds of flamenco.