• Flamenco Vermouth
    Vermut Flamenco
    20 de agosto - 14:00 h | Casa Sabicas

    Vermut Flamenco

    Casa Sabicas is a facility dedicated to flamenco and food that was born at the same time as the Flamenco On Fire festival in 2014. Since then, it has operated as a flamenco club (“peña flamenca”), apart from becoming a place where one can enjoy the best cuisine proposals. This establishment pays tribute to great Maestro Sabicas, one of the pillars of flamenco guitar..

    Casa Sabicas is located close to the Pamplona cathedral, right downtown. It is a delightful space, authentic and welcoming where we can have vermouth surrounded by the most flamenco atmosphere.

  • Roundtable
    Generaciones del flamenco
    22 de agosto - 17:00 h | Baluarte Conference Room

    Flamenco Generations

    Chairperson: Antonio Parra.
    Speakers: Pepe Habichuela, Curro Albaycín, José del Tomate, Tío Selín and José Jiménez

    The conference room of Baluarte will host a gathering of representatives of several flamenco families. Pepe Habichuela, Curro Albaycín, José del Tomate, Tío Selín and José Jiménez will share their memories and experiences about their flamenco heritage and will discuss their views about the importance of flamenco traditional transmission from generation to generation – from parents to children and from masters to pupils. The roundtable will be chaired by Antonio Parra.

  • Conference
    Curro Albaicín
    23 de agosto - 17:00 h | Baluarte Conference Room

    Zambras from Granada and Flamencos from el Sacromonte

    Curro Albaicín

    Curro Albaicín is the living memory of el Sacromonte, he is song, dance, purebred flamenco. He is the essence of that Granada district that lives the decadence of what’s useful. He has devoted most part of his live to recover and revitalize the essence and the lost inheritance of el Sacromonte. One of his main tasks has been to rescue the Zambra, a dance style genuinely rooted in that district. His irresistible eagerness has transformed him into an informant for anyone interested in researching this magic territory. After residing for 30 years at the Albaycin, Curro returns to the cave where he was born and opens the doors of his souvenirs that are already part of the History of flamenco, to captivate us with this lecture.

  • Flash Mob
    Flash Mob con El Juncal
    24 de Agosto - 11:15 h | Plaza del Ayuntamiento

    Flash Mob with El Juncal

    This year, the flamenco art center El Juncal will organize a Flash Mob that will take place at the mighty Plaza del Ayuntamiento. This event will be open to all those that wish to memorize choreography and participate.

    The management of El Juncal lead by Fuensanta Blanco, has recorded some Jaleos for this group dance, chosen because of its identity and weight and to wink at the región of Extremadura, that so much value has brought to the flamenco. Vocals by Paz de Manuel and Ángel Ocray, guitars by Rafael Borja, violin by Mariya Lomakova and bass guitar by Dr. Txo.

  • Conference
    Joaquín López Bustamante
    24 de agosto - 17:00 h | Baluarte Conference Room

    El léxico caló y romaní en el flamenco

    Joaquín López Bustamante

    Joaquín López is a journalist and arts developer, director of the magazine Cuadernos Gitanos. He is team member at Radio Nacional de España, where he co-directs and presents at the show “Gitanos: arte y cultura romaní” in Radio 5 and in Radio Exterior de España. In M21 Radio of Madrid he conducts the weekly program “Ververipen: diversidad gitana”

    He is member of the Advising Board of the Foundation Institute of Gypsy Culture of the Spanish Ministry of Education and Sports and has cooperated with many NGOs and roma organizations.

    This time, he will deliver a lecture about the caló and romaní vocabulary in the flamenco lyrics.

  • Conference
    Susanne Zellinger
    25 de agosto - 17:00 h | Baluarte Conference Room

    Flamencos contemporáneos

    Susanne Zellinger

    After the speedy development of the contemporary flamenco dancing styles over the last 30 years, you can ask yourself: how did we reach this point? Where are the roots of a Rocio Molina who shows up naked on stage? Or why the male flamenco dancers wear skirts or go around the track? What are the Goldberg Variations doing in a flamenco concert? Susanne Zellinger, professor, editor and journalist, will take care of responding these questions in her lecture “Contemporary flamencos”.