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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

12:07

What to do

Living Waters Festival

TONY BRYANT

...take a look and decide whether it's fun or not, so we are putting together an afternoon of rock, Motown and country, with possibly even some flamenco. We want a fun afternoon where people see who we are and what we are doing,” John Harper, founder of

12:09

What to do

Remembering Camarón

Tony Bryant

The voice and image of Camarón de la Isla, the world's most celebrated flamenco singer, was very much alive in Spain during 2017, a year that marks the 25th anniversary of his death. Exhibitions, conferences, flamenco recitals and remembrance ... outpouring of grief that smothered Spain back in July of 1992. Torremolinos is set to host the latest homage to Camarón de la Isla on Saturday 9 December. An array of flamenco musicians will participate in a grand flamenco extravaganza that will take place ... main attraction of the night will be the performance of Camarón's children, Luis, Gema and Rocío Monje, who will pay a fitting tribute to their father, a man hailed the greatest flamenco singer that ever lived. The dance academies of Pilar Soto and

10:57

LifeStyle

“I don't know how old I am”

T. BRYANT

In 1996 José began a ten-year stint as a resident dancer in Los Tarantos in Torremolinos, and it was here that he would meet the man who would re-launch his career. Flamenco writer and producer José Luis Ortiz Nuevo was astounded by José's life ... story and he persuaded him to tell his story by way of a grand flamenco extravaganza. 'Yo no se la edad que tengo', which is based on the fact that José claims to not know his correct date of birth, was written and directed by Ortiz Nuevo and it

10:57

LifeStyle

The gypsy Fred Astaire of flamenco

Tony Bryant José Losada - El Carrete, dancer and choregrapher

The flamenco world is full of flamboyant gypsy performers who started their careers in the back streets of Andalucía and went on to achieve fame and fortune while performing on some of the most coveted stages in the world. One of these is a ... 77-year-old dancer called José Losada, a man who has dedicated his whole life to performing, teaching and promoting the art of flamenco dance. José, otherwise known as El Carrete de Málaga, is a dazzling showman whose dance routines have delighted audiences ... in the streets of Antequera: his father worked as a donkey shearer. The flamboyant flamenco dancer has delighted audiences around the world for over 60 years Fred Astaire José began dancing in the streets when he was four, performing for tossed

11:43

LifeStyle

Opera meets flamenco at the Cervantes

sur

Ainhoa Arteta and Estrella Morente, two of today's greatest Spanish voices, in different genres, came together to perform in Malaga.

12:56

What to do

Start the year with a new pastime

Tony Bryant

...will be held in the town hall. The various classes include Spanish and English language, photography, painting and drawing, and dress making. The more adventurous students can enrol in flamenco guitar and dance lessons, or learn the traditional

11:08

LifeStyle

Home is where the art is

JENNIE RHODES

...mainly in the north, visiting Burgos and cycling the Camino de Santiago to Santiago de Compostela. “Contemplation of our nomadic existence” She says she “became fanatic” about the country, the language, its culture and flamenco and when back in ... Holland she studied Spanish and took flamenco lessons. “I love the Spanish language. It's much more complete than Dutch. It's magical, poetic,” Prisca reflects. A new exhibition reflects on the importance of the Mediterreanean sea to the Costa del ... they holidayed in Spain and Prisca kept up the language and flamenco classes, the spark she had never died. Following an illness in the family, Prisca says that it was Hanock who suggested the family move to Spain. Knowing that the Iberian flame was

13:36

Local

Malaga mourns academic and politician Antonio Garrido

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...often contributed articles to SUR and SUR in English, was a university professor and a member of the Andalusian parliament for the PP, a prominent figure in many areas with a passion for local culture, religious brotherhoods, bullfighting, art, flamenco

16:27

LifeStyle

9 February 1927: Birth of celebrated flamenco singer, La Fernanda de Utrera

Tony Bryant

Fernanda Jiménez Peña, known throughout the world as La Fernanda de Utrera, evolved from one of the most celebrated gypsy families in the history of flamenco. Born in the small town of Utrera, Seville, in 1927, La Fernanda was the granddaughter El ... bronze-tinted voice. She received the title of 'Queen of the Soleá', a sorrowful style of flamenco that would become synonymous with her name. Being born into such an illustrious flamenco family, it was inevitable that La Fernanda would embark on a career as a ... father was mystified by his daughter's knowledge of the old songs, and astounded by the torn and cracked voice that she possessed at such a young age. Fernanda, and her sister, La Bernarda de Utrera, also a singer of great importance, took the flamenco

11:00

LifeStyle

New book by British author focuses on Andalusian folklore

SUR IN ENGLISH

British author and journalist, Tony Bryant, has recently published his latest book, Andalucía - Between Dream and Reality. Bryant, who writes for SUR in English, is an avid flamenco aficionado and is known for his extensive work within the world of

11:18

LifeStyle

A place to make music in a crazy world

sur in english

...they spent the time waiting for the next available plane in the city. “ We had no plans to visit Malaga so it was predestined,” Bruce says. Apart from the weather, the musician explains that he likes Malaga “for the history, the flamenco culture, the

11:22

LifeStyle

Sardine 'espetos' to be put forward for special Unesco status

SUR

...internationally as a “unifying project” that is part of the “cultural identity” of Malaga and that unites all Malaga. “It is vital that we achieve it,” said the senator. The espeto would join a long list of arts and traditions such as flamenco, the 'castells'

12:12

Local

Heavy rain disrupts Andalucía Day celebrations along the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant

...also managed to hoist the Andalusian flag and enjoy the Himno de Andalucía, which was performed by local flamenco singer, Virgina Gámez. Torremolinos was forced to cancel the artisan street market that was to be held in the Plaza Costa del Sol, ... although the rain stayed away long enough for around 500 people to enjoy a programme of flamenco music and dance. The town also proceeded with the inauguration of a new tiled plaque inscribed with the words of the Hymn of Andalucía. The town paid tribute to

14:51

What to do

Top acts confirmed for Castle Park Music 2018

Tony Bryant

Splash Festival - an event considered one of the largest reggae gatherings in Europe - takes place on Friday 20 July. Flamenco aficionados can choose between celebrated artists like José Mercé, who will perform with a symphonic orchestra on Monday 11 ... June, and El Barrio, who brings his rock-influenced flamenco to the auditorium on Saturday 4 August. Other events include La Noche Rosa, with Javier Ojeda of 80s pop sensation, Danza Invisible; and Love the 90s, when the castle will be transformed into