Bienal de Flamenco 1992
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The celebration of the Expo ’92 and its huge cultural and leisure offer -present even in the minimal poster created by Carlos Ortega- reduce la Bienal VII to its minimum expression. Only eight shows are featured this year. “Tango”, from José Luis Ortiz Nuevo, José Antonio Rodríguez and the Ballet Nacional de Cuba, Salvador Tavora’s “Picasso andaluz o la muerte del minotauro”, the more symphonic side of Manolo Sanlúcar accompanied by the Orquesta Ciudad de Málaga in “Aljibe”, Enrique Morente meeting jazz with Max Roach in “Casiopea”, again with the Ballet Nacional de Cuba and music from Eduardo Rodríguez, the eastern flamenco flavors of Calixto Sánchez, Rancapino, Milagros Mengíbar, Javier Barón and Manolo Franco in “Mediterráneo”, and Pedro Bacán’s “Al son del 3×4” at the Auditorio de la Cartuja. It’s also the first time that the Premios Giraldillos are not included in the programme to give more room to the artistic offer.