Pamplona

Pansequito con Miguel Salado, Antonio Reyes con Dani de Morón, Israel Fernández con Diego del Morao

28 august | 21:30 h | Baluarte

Pansequito with Miguel Salado,
Antonio Reyes with Dani de Morón,
Israel Fernández with Diego del Morao

"Freedom"

This show is a vindication of “Cante” as a fundamental pillar of flamenco gatherings through three unique voices, three ways of expressing tradition and three generations united by the Flamenco on Fire Foundation to celebrate the absolute freedom to understand “Cante”, with the backing of three fundamental guitars of current flamenco.

The show unfolds on four levels: the contemporary, the future, the memory, and the encounter. Without restraints or subordination to any duty, “Libertad” (Freedom) shows the public the “Cante” alive, firm, without walls and incorrupt, through four movements, three solos, executed by each singer and a fourth, with all the artists together on stage, which result clearly suggests that it can be unpredictable, giving the show a unique appeal.

The artists who shape “Libertad” (Freedom) are José Cortés Jiménez “Pansequito” (La Línea de la Concepción, 1945), a very first figure of “Cante”, with a very flamenco voice that has a resounding gypsy echo, deep and visceral. He is the master of flamenco beat (compás) and flamenco saying at the same time.  He will be accompanied by the exquisite guitar of Jerez-born Miguel Salado (Jerez de la Frontera, 1981). Antonio Reyes Montoya (Chiclana de la Frontera, Cádiz, 1977), indisputable figure of our time, artist without experiments, with a flamenco voice, velvety like few others, and with great musical nuances, will be accompanied by an exceptional and creative guitar, Dani de Morón (Seville, 1981). Israel Fernández (Corral de Almaguer, Toledo, 1989), window of fresh air, confluence of the ancient and contemporary, a voice impregnated with an immense musicality and that has become a reference in a short time, will be accompanied by the distinctive guitar, brilliant and essential of Diego del Morao (Jerez de la Frontera, 1978).

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