Las Peñas de Flamenco in Seville
Las Peñas de Flamenco are places of popular tradition where performances take place in an organized way and are a source of promotion of flamenco artists. Each town in Andalusia and other lands of Spain, has one or more that are constituted as cultural associations being also places where flamenco art is promoted with talks and conferences. They are grouped through federations by provinces and in Andalusia they are a true institution and is notably promoted by their regional administration through a calendar of activities
where you can find extensive events information.
It is not our desire in this blog to highlight one rock over another, but to disseminate the existence of these events for the best knowledge of our nearest cultural expression: we provide this link of de la Federación de Peñas de Sevilla that helps tu you to find this types of events more easily
If it is your best time, the best way to know Flamenco in Seville , is to go to Tablao Flamenco. There are a lot and remarkables ones in Seville. Whatselse of Tablaos Flamenco that you can find as recommended whether on TripAdvisor or Google are good idea due to get a first impression before to go to one Peña.
Our artists of Pura Esencia Flamenco through our artistic director, Juan Toro, in addition to performing in our Tablao Flamenco in Triana, usually attend the events scheduled within the Federation of Peñas to which Juan belongs as an artist.
In this video we offer you a Fandango by Bulerías, very Cadiz style and of Manuel Vallejo origin who sang for all the Palos even though he was from Seville. Juan, this Fandango, has been given more than one prize.
On this occasion our artists approached a sister land such as El Puerto de Santa María, in the heart of the Bay of Cadiz
and more specifically at Peña Tomás el Nitri, a famous “cantaor “(singer) from this area and first order figure of Flamenco Music Tradition
In this video we can watch to Juan Toro singing by Fandangos Valientes de Alosno, the place of purest Fandangos and which Juan sings plenty of sentiment
On this occasion, Juan Toro was accompanied by another member of our flamenco painting of Pura Esencia, such as Natalia Blanco to the dance who wears a very agreed costume for the occasion, and Carlos Ayala on guitar, who is this day was accompanied by his wife, Ana María Blanco.
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Blog realizado gracias a la aportación de los artistas de Pura Esencia Flamenco, por Fernando Toro Sánchez