Carmen, Carmen, Carmen
Carmen, Carmen, Carmen
Tribute to Carmen Amaya | Tablao Flamenco Cordobés
Al baile: José Maya, Gema Moneo, Alba Heredia, “El Junco”, Águeda Saavedra, Yoel Vargas, Cristina Soler, Sara Barrero
Al cante: Davinia Jaén, Sara Salado, Antonio Campos “Bocaíllo”, Luis “El Granaíno”, Miguel de la Tolea, Juanjo de Nayeli
A la guitarra: Eugenio Santiago, Vicente “Tarrito”
Luis P. Adame, direcció artística
*Some artist could be change
Los cantes primitivos: Romance, Toná, Debla y Martinete
Bulerías y Taranto de Carmen
Llanto por Carmen Amaya de León y Solano
Alegrías de Carmen
Carmen y su tiempo
Tiempo para el recuerdo (Carmen y Sabicas)
Garrotín y Jaleos Canasteros
Lazos flamencos de Andalucía
Por Fandangos: Granainas, Javeras, Verdiales, Naturales…y de Huelva
Por Tangos: de Triana, de Graná, de Málaga y Extremadura
….And and we finish with
Tres perfiles de mujer para un homenaje
Por Alegrías (the whole company)
Tablao Flamenco Cordobés is a historic place, an institution, on Barcelona's Ramblas, through which, for more than 50 years, all the stars of flamenco have continued to pass. From the day it was founded, it has devoted itself to promoting, conserving and preserving the most authentic and quality flamenco. In addition, he has taken some of the most important productions from his stage on Las Ramblas to theaters and stages around the world (Paris, Madrid, Seville, Poland, London...), also becoming an active promoter.
In 2014 he also landed at the Palau de la Música Catalana, where he presented some of his most important productions under the brand name of the Gran Festival Flamenco de Barcelona, always counting on the best artists of the moment: Farruquito, Jesús Carmona, Karime Amaya, José Maya, La Tana or Belén López, Alba Heredia, Yoel Vargas or Águeda Saavedra, among other great artists.
With the show Carmen, Carmen, Carmen Tablao Flamenco Cordobés de Barcelona pays tribute to one of the most groundbreaking personalities of flamenco dance, Carmen Amaya.
This gypsy, born in the emigrant and gypsy neighborhood of Somorrostro in Barcelona, the daughter of a bailaora and a guitarist (la Faraona and el Chino), directed her professional career from the taverns of the seaside bars of Barcelona to President Roosevelt's White House.
Iconoclastic, self-taught, singer, breaking all molds... her dance is, as we say, a metaphor for rebellion, with electrifying rhythm and ethics with which she was ahead of her time in all respects, including her wardrobe , being one of the first bailaoras to wear pants.
Carmen Amaya is an elusive model from an academic point of view and does not fit into a single model, which is why our show offers three versions of her varied aesthetic profile and even a version of her forays as a singer.
Versions by prestigious young bailaoras who drink from that source of history.