QUIERO FLAMENCO – an extraordinary project, where Spanish and Poles meet to travel around Musical Andalusia. Parted by thousands of kilometers, but connected by passion, sensibility, talent and love for flamenco, to which sacrifice their lives. Magical meeting, unforgettable show, music that travels right to the heart.
Carlos Piñana – charismatic personality, together with indisputable international guitar talent
Esteban Murillo – endowed with profound, shrilling and sophisticated flamenco voice,
Federico Ordoñez – presenting his elegance, power, artism and original interpretation in his solo dances,
Agata Teodorczyk – one of the best flamenco dancers in Poland, On stage, combines passion, feminine delicacy with incredible power, surprising with rhythmic eloquence.
Both dancers present also dances together as a first duet in Poland, full of dynamics and emotional intensity.
Each musical peace is accmpanied by rythmical guru – Miguel Orengo on cajon and other percussion instruments.
CONCERT QUIERO FLAMENCO is a musical and dance travel around spain (and not only) during which we visit:
Galicia – northern region of Spain, from which derives Farruca – strong male dance with beautiful clean lines and extremely dynamic steppes
Cadiz – beautiful southern port city, from which originates alegria – a lively, light, saucy and very dynamic style which focuses on the joys of life, giving the opportunity to show off virtuosity of guitarist.
Jerez – famous for its delicious wines, beautiful horses, and an improvised style of flamenco – buleria danced during all important fiestas in Andalusia.
Sevilla – one of the most beautiful cities in Andalusia, from which derives the style siguiriya, which is a deep song, a complaint against the cruelty of fate. Dancing in the style siguiriya is raw, powerfull and full of tension.
Triana – Sevilla district once inhabited only by gypsies and called the cradle of flamenco, from which derives solea – one of the oldest and deepest styles of flamenco called the queen of flamenco danced
only by very experienced dancers. Solea has a very slow rhythm, shrill wailing vocals and talks about the most difficult facets of humanity.
We will also see sensual tiento slightly lighter in pronunciation style, very feminine, treating mostly about unrequited love, in which the soft, dense lines intertwine with rhythmical step accents.
During the trip we will visit… Cuba, because flamenco also travelled there along with Spanish immigrants. Flamenco became adored by the inhabitants of the island, has been influenced by Latin American music and returned in a changed form. Guajira by its sound and harmonies takes us to Havana, and lets us experience sheer joys and carefree life.