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11:15

LifeStyle

Malaga loses a comedy genius

SUR

...performing career in the world of flamenco. As a youth he had climbed onto tables to sing to diners in roadside 'ventas' in the Montes de Málaga and later he could be found on stage in the legendary flamenco 'tablao' El Jaleo in Torremolinos, hand-clapping, ... stamping and singing in the background, behind the dancers. He was one of the first Spanish flamenco artists to take his art to Japan, spending two years in the country where his stage name was altered to 'Chiquitosan', and he went on tour in Germany with

18:52

What to do

Sara Baras brings 'Shadows' to Malaga

TONY BRYANT/FERNANDO TORRES

Sara Baras, one of flamenco's most celebrated dancers, is currently touring with her new show, Sombras (Shadows), a review of the two decades she and her company have been performing together. INFORMATION When: Wednesday 22 until Sunday 26 ... aesthetic level than anything she has ever done. Her previous show, Voices, was a tribute to the masters of flamenco song and Sara had to stick to the compass of the traditional orthodox flamenco, but with Shadows, she draws on the lighter, jovial side of ... to the fans that have supported her illustrious career. “I love flamenco. I feel very accomplished because I have not stopped dancing for the last twenty years. I want to preserve everything that I have learned, and I would like to pass it on,” the

13:06

Local

Sara Baras at the Cervantes

SUR

Sara Baras' new flamenco show, 'Shadows', debuted earlier this week. The energetic and colourful show is inspired by different experiences she has lived through as a performer over the last 20 years and Baras demonstrates, through her dance and

13:21

LifeStyle

Helping the arts to flourish in Nerja

Jennie Rhodes Helen Sijsling; Chair, The Arts Society

...language not too hard to learn,” she says. The art historian is passionate about the Axarquía, is learning Arabic and dances flamenco“We chose the Axarquía because it reminded me of Australia and it's very authentic” Helen explains that they had tried ... Vélez-Málaga's official language school, takes flamenco dancing classes also in Vélez and looks after her various animals at her finca near the town. “Vélez-Málaga is my town, I do everything there and I love it,” she says. She speaks fluent Spanish, which she

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