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(Español) Andrés Marín en Septiembre es Flamenco
(Español) Arcángel en Septiembre es Flamenco
(Español) Jesús Méndez en Septiembre es Flamenco
(Español) Ana Morales en Septiembre es Flamenco
Baile, cante and toque at Don Fadrique’s Tower

This venue, reopened for flamenco after 14 years of closure, will be one of the places to enjoy “September is Flamenco”.

Great flamenco artists will perform on Real Alcázar in September

Six of the thirteen shows scheduled on the “September is Flamenco” series will be hosted by this iconic surroundings.

El Güito receives the Compás del Cante award

Fundación Cruzcampo honors the career of this Madrid-born bailaor that will play on the “September is Flamenco” series alongside El Potito and La Macanita.

Cristóbal Ortega, confirmed as la Bienal de Flamenco’s Director

Ortega was ratified today by City Hall, that will also impulse the “September is Flamenco” series of shows.

“Los Pasos Perdidos”, explained by Ana Morales

Morales, who will join “September is Flamenco”, talks us through her inspirations and “Los pasos perdidos” creation process.

Cantaor Jesús Méndez tells us about “Jerez”

La Paquera’s nephew, who played at la Bienal alongside Giraldillo al Cante Antonio Reyes, will come back to “September is Flamenco” series with a collective show.

Arcángel will takes us to an art crossroads in “September is Flamenco”

After recording live his new record “Tablao”, the Huelva-born cantaor joins the Bulgarian Voices for “Estruna”, on September 10th. at Real Alcázar.

More than a thousand kids join the initiative Flamenco and Heritage

Since May 20th until June 9th, 20 different schools took their students to Santa Clara to know more about flamenco art and cultural heritage.

Andrés Marín offers some details of his “Carta Blanca”

Sevilla-born bailaor answers some questions about his next show on the new la Bienal series of shows, “September is Flamenco”.

Tía Juana la del Pipa and Dolores Agujetas join “Jerez”

The will perform alongside Jesús Méndez, Diego del Morao and Manuel Parrilla on this “September is Flamenco” show.

Javier Barón opened Don Fadrique’s Tower to the city and to flamenco

It was reopened on May 29th by Alcalá-born bailaor, and in September it will host Pastora Galván, Ana Morales, Andrés Marín, Rancapino and Antonio Rey.

September is Flamenco in Seville

September is Flamenco, to be opened by 2014 Giraldillos and closed by Eva Yerbabuena, will offer 13 days of flamenco from 8 to 20th.