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|Dani de Morón||flamenco guitar|
Guitarist Dani de Morón is one of the leading flamenco artists of his generation. He has always worked alongside legendary flamenco performers: when he was in his 20s, he toured with Paco de Lucía as second guitarist. He has built his career in the traditional flamenco way, developing his art through accompanying singers and dancers. He is an inspiration to guitarists all over the world, with his distinctive alzapúa thumb technique and the Morón style of playing flamenco with a hint swing rhythm. He has also worked with leading musicians from other styles such as jazz and world, including Dave Liebmann, Aaron Diehl, Gerardo Núñez, Yotam Silberstein and Concha Buika. He is regarded as one of the best flamenco guitarist active today.
Dani de Morón will also be teaching a workshop on Sun 22 Oct. A star of the modern Flamenco guitar, he is also an amazing teacher. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to study with him.
Book a Dani de Morón Flamenco workshop Tickets: £60
Percussionist Agustín Diassera was born in Huelva in 1977. After first steps and university training, he went to study in London with master Shiv Shankar. His has worked with many celebrated producers and artists such as Jesús Bola, Isidro Muñoz, Jesús Cayuela, Joaquín Cortés, Manolo Sanlúcar, José Antonio Rodríguez, Juan Carlos Romero, Enrique Heredia ‘Negri’, Falete, Arcángel, Esperanza Fernández and Mauricio Sotelo among others.
Patricia Guerrero started dance classes at her mother’s academy at the age of three, later studying with masters like Mario Maya and Rubén Olmo. She has performed in top world venues such as New York City Center Theater and Théâtre National de Chaillot, Paris. In 2010 she was invited by Carlos Saura to perform as a soloist in his show Flamenco Hoy, touring the world, and appeared in his film Flamenco, Flamenco. Shortly thereafter she became prima ballerina of the Andalusian Flamenco Ballet. Guerrero started making her own productions in 2013 and with Catedral (2016) she won Best Show at the Seville Flamenco Bienal and was nominated for two Max Awards in 2017, including Best Female Dancer. In 2018 with Distopía she was nominated for three Max Awards.
This event will last approximately 90 minutes, including an interval.