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Estepona town hall joins the Cudeca Sunflower Effect campaign

Tony Bryant

Estepona town hall boosted the Cudeca Sunflower Effect campaign last week with a donation of 6,339 euros. The money was raised last year at a charity concert in the municipal auditorium given by popular flamenco singer Miguel Poveda. Mayor José



25 December 1942: Birth of controversial flamenco singer Enrique Morente

Tony Bryant

Enrique Morente, one of the most controversial singers within the world of contemporary flamenco, was born in the Albaicín district of Granada on Christmas Day in 1942. Since called the 'Pope of Flamenco', Morente, father of celebrated singer ... Estrella Morente, was a revolutionary artist who changed the course of flamenco history with his distinctive style of singing. Without renouncing his traditional roots, the singer began performing with musicians from diverse musical genres, which, ... despite criticism from the dyed-in-the-wool aficionados, shot him from the close-knit circle of the flamenco world into an international star. Enrique Morente Cotelo, who recorded more than 20 albums throughout his career, began singing as a member of


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Concerts, theatre and workshops around the province

denise bush

...tributes Mijas Costa. 30 January, 9pm. Teatro Las Lagunas, Camino del Albero. 15€. A tribute to two great legends, Queen and the Bee Gees. Ticket office open two hours before the show. Info: Flamenco Paseos Flamenco



Flamenco, parties, spies and coups: Sean Connery filming in Malaga


Alfonso de Hohenlohe-Langenburg, three of his films had been shot on location on the Costa del Sol. The filming of those movies revealed Connery to be someone who loved to go out for some fun and flamenco after each day's work was done. Sean Connery ... lighthouse resembling the one in Malaga. It has been well documented that Connery began to enjoy his stay on the Costa more and more. When filming ended for the day, he would head to a flamenco bar with other members of the team, partying and allowing ... himself to be photographed with the flamenco artists after the performances. One of those nights was captured for eternity, in a photo which shows the Scottish actor posing with a group of dancers and singers. The photo forms part of the collection of



Pandemic leaves flamenco forlorn


Flamenca Pepe López en Torremolinos (Plaza de la Gamba Alegre). In Malaga these flamenco bars were already finding things difficult, but now the pandemic could cause their definitive demise. These 'tablaos' are crying out for help in a desperate ... situation, with no income and numerous expenses, despite flamenco being classified as an Intangible Heritage of Humanity by Unesco. 'Where am I going to go? I want to be here, where I have always been' "I don't know how they could let this be lost," ... Flamencos de España (ANTFES), a collective which is fighting for the survival of a sector which is suffering all over the country. The problem is their strong dependence on foreign tourists. With no cruise ships in port, hotels half full at best and the



British writer shares his passion for Seville, a city that lured him


Journalist and author Tony Bryant has lived in Torremolinos for more than 25 years, although a large part of him is trapped inland. After years of visiting Seville and its surrounding towns, drawn by his passion for the world of flamenco, the SUR in ... English reporter has recently published his latest book related to Spain: Seville. A City of Marvels. This is Tony's fifth book on a Spanish theme, his previous works including a trilogy on the art of flamenco. A former rock drummer from South London, ... he is considered an authority on flamenco and specialises in the genealogy of the large gypsy clans in the provinces of Seville and Cadiz. His latest book moves away from the flamenco culture, however, and focuses on Seville, a city which has


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In search of Andalucía's most authentic flamenco

Tony Bryant

The four finalists of the fortieth edition of the Concurso de Cante Flamenco Mirando a la Torre will come together to participate in the coveted flamenco singing competition in Alhaurín de la Torre on Saturday (tomorrow). The event, which will ... take place in the Finca Municipal El Portón, is held each year to discover the most authentic flamenco singers in Andalucía. This year's finalists are Francisco Heredia (Jaén); Rocío Fantova (Cadiz); and Antonio Hayas El Jaro and Raúl Alcántara 'El ... Troya', who are both from Cordoba. The singers will be accompanied by established guitarist Ismael Rueda while a spectacular dance show will be supplied by the dance troupe of Luisa Chicano, one of Malaga's most innovative flamenco dancers. This year's


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The restless, creative maturity of Andrés Mérida

Antonio Javier López

...these digital compositions have made the leap to canvas and wall projections. The characters created from Mérida’s ‘scribbles’ include Christ, a flamenco dancer, a bored man who hides his face... Mérida remains faithful to his gallery of protagonists ... rooted in his imagination. The author defends himself, “When I do a project like this, which allows me to look back on the work I have done in the past, I realise I have many subjects, not just flamenco or bull fighting.” There are the romantic scenes


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Traditional song and dance at two-day flamenco festival

Tony Bryant

Malaga. Some of Andalucía's most revered singers, dancers and guitarists will perform at the forty-first edition of the Ciudad de Malaga Flamenco Festival in the Malagueta bullring this weekend. The two-day festival starts at 9pm tonight (Friday) ... performed her traditional Malagueña style of flamenco at festivals and in peñas all over Spain. The Malaga-born dancer, José Lucena, has performed all over Spain, his show includes traditional flamenco mixed with classic Spanish dance and ballet.


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Music and dance, theatre, museums and charity events around the province

denise bush

Andaluz will be performing La del Manojo de Rosas and Pablo Sorozábal in two acts. Flamenco Carlos Haro Flamenco al Compás Mijas. 16, 17 October, 9pm. Teatro Las Lagunas. The Heredia Cuadro Flamenco will be ... performing on the first night and the exceptional flamenco guitarist Carlos Haro on the Saturday. Entry is free but booking essential. Book from ten days before at the Casa Museo Pueblo de Mijas, at the Casa de Cultura Las Lagunas or in the Centro Cultural La



"Where am I going to go? I want to be here, where I have always been"


They call him Javi of El Jaleo, "because I have been here for more years than the door has," jokes this guitarist. He is 51 and has worked at Taberna Flamenca Pepe López, formerly called Jaleo, for 36. Until early March, that is. "Now I have spent ... extra work in clubs or at festivals. Pandemic leaves flamenco forlorn "I have travelled all over the world and played for a great many people. But it's comfortable working in a tablao, where you have everything you need. And where am I going ... Apart from the provincial government's 'Flamenco para enmarcar' programme at the Centro María Victoria Atencia, there are very few places to perform. Most summer festivals have also been cancelled so there are very few events on the calendar. "And an


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Málaga Gira offers a series of pop, flamenco and rock concerts

Tony Bryant

Live music is set to return to the Cortijo de Torres municipal auditorium in Malaga next month. A series of rock, pop and flamenco concerts have been organised to take place from July to September. With a limited capacity of 800 people, Málaga Gira ... with a concert by Lebanese violinist Ara Malikian, who will perform songs from his latest recording Royal Garage. Indie singer Carolina Durante will take to the stage on 31 July, while flamenco singer Miguel Poveda will perform on 1 August. Among


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Malaga returns to normality with art exhibitions and jazz, flamenco and chamber music recitals at the Picasso museum

Nacho Loring Trío. Flamenco Malaga. Museo Picasso Málaga. 11 July, 8pm, 9.15pm Virginia Gámez, a young Malaga flamenco singer accompanied by Andres Cansino on the guitar. 18 July, 8pm, 9.15pm ‘Alba Molina sings to Lole and Manuel’. The ... daughter of two icons of flamenco demonstrates the character of her voice in this tribute to her parents. Accompanied on the guitar by Joselito Acedo. Visits and attractions El Caminito del Rey Ardales. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only.


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Flamenco and traditional food for Torremolinos Andalucía Day celebrations

Tony Bryant

Some of Malaga's top flamenco performers will come together in Torremolinos on Friday for a traditional Andalucía Day fiesta. Held in the Peña Amigos del Arte Flamenco (situated on the fairground), the proceedings will begin at 2pm, when a ... typical Andalusian lunch will be served. The event will present several renowned flamenco artists, including Malaga singer Delia Membrive, who began singing as a child and went on to perform with some of Andalucía's top flamenco companies. In 2010, ... she was awarded first prize for her distinctive, duende-fuelled voice in the Benalmádena Concurso de Cante Flamenco (flamenco singing competition). Delia will be accompanied by Antonio Soto Arjona, a leading figure in the world of flamenco guitar.



The end of the flamenco invasion

Antonio Javier López

We gathered just before 9am at the junction of Calle Molino Lario and Calle Santa María, where metal scaffolding was being erected to the height of the dark-haired woman in a red flamenco dress, a mosaic which has become the most emblematic work in ... flamenco dancer may be his most popular work in Malaga, but the Church authorities in Malaga complained to the regional government and city hall and demanded that it be removed, because the palace is classified as a Building of Cultural Interest (BIC) and



A passion for Andalucía inspires debut novel

Tony Bryant

Benalmádena-based British author with a passion for Andalucía has recently published her debut novel. The flamenco-theme love story, published in both English and Spanish, is set in Andalucía, London, Los Angeles and New York and focuses on the ... ethical and social issues that confront modern society. Flamenco Forever: An Andalusian Amor is the work of Julie Silverton, a former journalist who has lived in Benalmádena since 2015. Julie studied English Literature and Philosophy at Warwick ... University and she discovered the beauties of Andalucía and the mysterious world of flamenco while holidaying in southern Spain. As a result of her fascination with flamenco, Julie decided to enrol in a flamenco dance studio in the UK. She continued with her


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Christmas concerts, shows and bazaars around the province

Denise Bush

Independencia. Flamenco Zambomba Flamenca with Alejandro Estrada. Navidad Flamenca Malaga. 19 December, 3pm. El Gallo Ronco, Plaza de las Flores. Flamenco Cal Y Canto with Sergio Aranda (dance9, José Manuel Fernández (vocals) and Francisco ... Vinuesa (guitar). Reservations: or call: 952228103. Alicia Moreno Almuñécar. 21 December, 8pm. Auditorium of the Casa de La Cultura. Flamenco performance. Zambomba Navideña La Herradura. 22 December, 7pm. Plaza ... de la Independiente. Fausto Jimenez and Judit Urbano celebrate a Spanish Christmas. Zambomba Flamenca Almuñécar. 23 December, 7pm. Casa de la Cultura Organised by the Asociación Cultural Flamenca y Copla, the zambomba will include flamenco



Flamenco flashmob fills Malaga's Calle Larios

Almost 5,000 people took to Calle Larios in Malaga last weekend to dance in the local 'Malagueñas' style in a Guinness-world-record-breaking flashmob. The huge event was organised by the Flamenco School of Andalucía and also saw some ... professionals performing in Plaza de la Constitución. Passers-by watched the spectacle, taking photos and recording the event on their phones. The mob beat the previous flamenco record of 3,920 dancers.


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A music festival in Rincón de la Victoria's Cueva del Tesoro

Jennie Rhodes

The Cueva del Tesoro music festival starts this evening, Friday 7 February, at the Rincón de la Victoria cave. Four concerts, one each weekend, will offer a selection of opera, gospel, flamenco and fusion music. Malaga-born singer-songwriter ... are well known in the Axarquía for their flamenco performances. Gospel IT, a group of 20 talented young musicians from Malaga, will be performing gospel versions of classic rock, reggae, pop and soul on Saturday 22 February. Closing this year's



Stellar performance by Estrella

Flamenco singer Estrella Morente captured the hearts of her audience with her recital of love songs last weekend at the Nerja Caves music festival.