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The “Duende” Appears Between Taconeos, Viola and Mudras

Aug 25th 2019

The “Duende” Appears Between Taconeos, Viola and Mudras

The day began with the Tomás de Perrate and Emilio Caracafé duo from the balcony of Calle Mañueta.

The day began with the Tomás de Perrate and Emilio Caracafé duo from the balcony of Calle Mañueta.
A little later, the festival continued with the wonderful trio that Rocío Márquez performed on cante, Isabel Villanueva with her viola and Miguel Ángel Cortés playing on the balcony of the Town Hall.

And finally, the cycle ‘Flamenco en los Balcones’ ended with the touch of David Lagos and Emilio Caracafé singing on the balcony of the Hotel La Perla.

The public went from being under the balconies to being under the canopy of El Bosquecillo trees, where they enjoyed from 2:30 pm to 9:00 pm. First, with Gufi Gómez as DJ and then with the famous ‘Jam Flamenca’.

Then came the turn of saxophonist, singer and composer Antonio Lizana, one of the most genuine artists and with the greatest projection of the current scene according to the authorities of flamenco and jazz.
While the flamenco party continued in El Bosquecillo, in the Baluarte Conference Room the teacher, editor and journalist Susanne Zellinger gave her conference ‘Contemporary Flamencos’.

Finally, in El Bosquecillo it was time for the Jerez singer Ezequiel Benítez to perform.

As a finishing touch, the dance closed the sixth edition of Flamenco On Fire with the hypnotic tapping of the Andalusian bailaores Israel Galván in Baluarte and Paloma Fantova in the Tres Reyes Hotel.