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Calixto Sánchez, José de la Tomasa y Pepa Montes AL ARTE DE SU VUELO. XX EDITION Sep. Sun 09 | 20:30 | De 22,00€ a 40,00€ | BUY


  • Malagueña
  • Soleá
  • Seguirilla
  • Tientos – Tangos
  • Romances

Cante: Vicente Gelo, Sebastián Cruz (cante a Pepa Montes)

Toque: Ricardo Miño (tocará a Pepa Montes), Juan Ramón Caro (tocará a José de la Tomasa) and Eduardo Rebollar (tocará a Calixto Sánchez)

Calixto Sánchez

Born in 1947 in Mairena del Alcor, a town of outstanding cantaor tradition, the child Calixto makes his first appearance in the cante in the bar that his father ran, although throughout his childhood, it is the cantaores of the same town who They feed his eagerness, until he is 18 when he starts singing in public. This first experience leads him to win a prize for songs from the East, in the annual competition of his people.
From that moment on he was encouraged to participate in various competitions in the Andalusian region, obtaining various awards in all of them. In 1972 he went on to win the first prize, given by Andrés Segovia, in the contest held in Granada, celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Granada Festival. In that same year he is elected “Sevillian of the year” by the Cadena Ser.
His first album “Estilos Flamencos” he recorded in 1974, accompanied on guitar by Melchor de Marchena and began the decade of the 80s being chosen to... +

José de la Tomasa

National Award of the Chair of Flamencology of Jerez ‘2012.
José is considered in the flamenco environment and critics as one of the greatest cantaores of the moment, being an essential figure in the flamenco festivals of Andalusia and in quality shows.
José Georgio Soto was born in Seville. Belonging to one of the great families of the Cante, of Jerezan lineage, grandson of Pepe Torre, nephew of Manuel Torre, son of Tomasa Soto and Manuel Giorgio ‘Pies de Plomo’, he did not have to leave his house to feel always transited by the jondo, full-bodied singer, who does not mystify, who does not deceive, who always takes into account before anything else, before his own personal success, the ethics of cante José de la Tomasa makes clear in all his work An unmistakable desire for perfection, from a very young age, it was already considered as one of those values ​​that will always give the most, and such expectations have never been disappointed.Cantaba as a family, encouraged by the... +

Pepa Montes

Josefa Bastos Otero, that’s his first name; was born in Las Cabezas de San Juan, (Seville).
With just 7 years old, he danced for the first time in a theater, in the neighboring town of Los Palacios organized by Paco Cabrera. His childhood takes place in Dos Hermanas, where his father would fix his residence, beginning to make contact with the academy of Juanito Díaz, but soon his artistic intuition led him to assimilate and interpret what he learned and enrolled in the theater companies that predominated at that time. old masters like Juan Valderrama, Rerre de Los Palacios, Pepe Marchena, Pepe Pinto, Fregenal, and Antonio “El Sevillano”, sharing the stage with them.
Their qualities of bailaora soon are noticed by artists of the greatness like Juan Talega or Antonio Mairena, that ponder their values ​​and call it to the parties where the dance should have a place of preference next to the cante and the touch.
Her artistic training is consolidated as a child, to perfect the technique that... +

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Paseo de Cristóbal Colón, 22 (Casco Antiguo).

Medio: Bus: Line 3 [Stop Paseo Colón-Teatro de la Maestranza], Line 21 [Stop Paseo Colón-Teatro de la Maestranza], Line C4 [Stop Paseo Colón-Teatro de la Maestranza], Line 40 [Stop Paseo Colón-Teatro de La Maestranza], Line 41 [Stop Paseo Colón-Teatro de la Maestranza] and Line C5 [Stop Paseo Colón-Teatro de la Maestranza].

Indicación: It is the work of the architects Aurelio del Pozo and Luis Marín. It was inaugurated in 1991. The main hall has a cylindrical shape with a capacity for 1800 spectators. It is distributed in stalls, two terraces, a balcony and paradise. In the year 2007 a reform was made that doubled the size of the stage, which went from 800 square meters to 1600. Thanks to its variable acoustics, different shows can be performed, from operas to classical concerts and recitals, including flamenco, ballet and zarzuelas. In addition to the main hall, the complex contains experimental theater rooms, exhibitions, conferences and a cultural research center. Of particular note is the Manuel García room, in which chamber operas and small format are represented. Likewise, the Teatro de la Maestranza is the headquarters of the Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville (ROSS), which not only regularly participates in opera performances, but also has an intense concert season throughout the season. In the 2007 reform, an exclusive testing room was incorporated for ROSS.