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Inés Bacán y Niño de Gines CIEN AÑOS DE ARTE Sep. Sun 09 | 12:00 | 20,00€ | BUY

Niño de Gines and Inés Bacán are presented with a classic recital, each one separately will put the best of themselves to demonstrate that flamenco, although in different generations does not lose essence. Niño de Gines will offer us the flamenco of the 21st century without losing an iota of purity, but with those current airs that print the youth. Inés Bacán, on the other hand, represents the old cante of the gypsy cantabrian families of Lebrija, and she keeps that millenary essence alive.

INÉS BACÁN PROGRAM
1. Tientos
2. Solea
3. Cantiñas
4. Seguiriyas
5. Bulerías

NIÑO DE GINES PROGRAM
1. Tientos
2. Solea
3. Fandangos
4. Seguiriyas
5. Bulerías

ARTISTIC DETAILS

Inés Bacán

Inés Bacán: cante

Antonio Moya: guitar

Niño de Gines

Niño de Gines: cante

David Caro: guitar

Manuel Valencia: palms

Daniel Bonilla: palms

Inés Bacán

Inés Peña Peña, gypsy cantaora better known by the artistic name of INÉS BACÁN, was born in Lebrija (Seville) in the year of 1952. Daughter of Bastián Bacán and Ana la del Pelao; sister of guitarist Pedro Bacán, who died in 1997, is Pinini’s great-granddaughter; granddaughter of Fernanda la del Funi, cousin of Fernanda and Bernarda de Utrera, is the latest artistic surprise of the Pinini clan. She sang at home, at family gatherings or friends, but until the beginning of the nineties she did not start singing in public, and this was possible thanks to her brother’s efforts to overcome her exceptional shyness.
Like all his people, he knows singing, dancing and playing since always, because in his family is very rare the person who does not practice any of the flamenco facets even if it is not professional. She sings how she heard her people singing, from a very young age, without any virtuosity, but with an exemplary truth and authenticity. El Lebrijano, El Turronero, his own brother... +

Niño de Gines

Born in Seville in 1991, Manuel Jesús, Niño de Gines, is a precocious cantaor. The first prize he won, he did with only 15 years surprising the jury of the town of Espartinas in Seville. From then on, the Silver chair in Leganés, the Cante Jondo Antonio Mairena Festival, the cantes Bajoandaluces de Calasparras, the International Festival of Cantes de Minas de la Unión … and so on up to fifty trophies that reflect their good Taste and good work.

His cante is seen in cantaores as different as Chocolate, Tomás, Camarón, La niña de los Peines Fernanda, Vallejo or El Pinto. Cantaor of rhythmic songs with vintage flavors that he has been listening to all his life, and as he says he learned: “… from the hand of his Mare, a gypsy who taught me to sing when I was still a child”.

Iglesia de San Luis de los Franceses + info and programming
how to arrive:

Dirección:

Calle San Luis nº27 (Casco Antiguo).

Medio: Bus: Line C5 [Stop San Luis-Inocentes].

Indicación: The Church of San Luis de los Franceses, founded by the Society of Jesus in 1731 and dedicated to Saint Louis King of France. It has been a seminary, a Franciscan convent, a venerable hospital, a factory in the 19th century, a hospice and at the beginning of the 20th century, now desacralized, a stage for performances like Don Juan Tenorio. After the restoration carried out in recent decades, it is open to the public for enjoyment. The Church, with its main altarpiece, its auxiliary altarpieces, its salomonic columns, its impressive dome and vault, draws attention for its circular shape in the shape of a Greek cross. The Domestic Chapel, is the most unknown, and the one that has most taken the effort of restoration, leaving a striking image in its entirety: ceilings, vault, walls, sacristy, etc. Finally, under the main temple, we find a simple crypt of dimensions and plant identical to that of the church. Restored and with a very special lighting, it also amazes all visitors.