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José Valencia BASHAVEL Sep. Tue 11 | 21:30 | 30,00 € | BUY

José Valencia’s new show is going to be called Bashavel, a Romanian word that means meeting, meeting, which is precisely what we want to provoke in this new production a meeting of two cultures, two music that walk independently but that drink from the same . José Valencia wants to show the beauty of the gypsy poetry of the world, in Romany and in Spanish, looking for the connection and musical, expressive and ideological similarities, to show that approach, to teach that there are other wonderful forms of music, which are closer to what we imagine

PROGRAM

1° ANTES QUE NOSOTROS
2° ENTRE LO BLANCO Y LA HENDRINA
3° POEMAS PARA AMAR EN 15 SOLEARILLAS
4° SIEMPRE NUEVAS
5° MI ESPERANZA
6° I’LULUDI MERINASQUE
7° HONDO ARREBATO
8° MÍRALA PRIMO, MÍRALA
9° PENAR OCONO

ARTISTIC DETAILS

Cante: José Valencia

Toque: Juan Requena

Percussion and drums: Ané Carrasco

Accordion: Cuco Pérez

Violin: Nicolás “El Calabacín”

Dance: Karime Amaya dance

String quartet: Millenium Arts Ensemble (Vladimir Dmitrienco – violin; Jill Renshaw – violin; Jerome Ireland – viola; Nonna Natsvlishvili – cello)

Idea: José Valencia

Musical Composition: José Valencia, Juan Requena

Musical arrangements: Rafael Fernández Viedma

Sound technician: Fali Pipió

Lighting Design: Óscar Gómez de los Reyes

Production Management: El Mandaito Producciones

Photography: Alejandro Espadero

José Valencia

José Valencia example of the validity of the model of transmission of gypsy houses in the XXI century.
In Lebrija there are his family roots and his cantaor heritage. José Valencia belongs to a long and wide gypsy and flamenco lineage that also has its Jerez derivation because in its dynasty there are mythical names such as Juanichi el Manijero, Uncle Borrico or Parrilla de Jerez. And the surname Valencia continues to provide great flamenco artists, both from Jerez and from Lebrija.
Being just a child he already sang por soleá, besides his “aceitunitas partías”, a couplet he loved doing for bulerías. Jose was only 5 years old when he first climbs on stage, and he does it with figures such as Camarón, Fernanda, Bernarda, Manuel de Paula, José Meneses or Lebrijano, among others. Few artists have had a debut of such height with such a short age.
With work and perseverance, José has been earning the respect of the world of flamenco. Four “Giraldillos” endorse him: the Revelation Artist,... +

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how to arrive:

Dirección:

Plaza del Triunfo, s/n. Sevilla

Medio: Tranvía

Indicación: T1 stop Archivo de Indias Medio:
Bus

Indicación: c5 stop García de Vinuesa (Avda. Constitución) / c3 stop Palos de la Frontera / c4 stop Paseo Colón (Edificio Cristina) Medio:
Underground

Indicación: L1 parada Puerta de Jerez