Chamber music talent
April, 8 p.m.
- Hall: Sala Manuel García
New times, new talent
In collaboration with Juventudes Musicales of Sevilla, the Teatro de la Maestranza continues this series in the Sala Manuel García, where young artists are presented who personify a new generation of musicians.
This concert introduces young flamenco talent: cantaora (singer) Elena de Morón, dancer Araceli Muñoz and Juan Anguita al toque (guitar).
All the programming in the Sala Manuel García for the 22/23 Season is made possible thanks to the special collaboration of the Fundación Banco Sabadell.
- Cante: Elena de Morón
- Dance: Araceli Muñoz
- Toque: Juan Anguita
Elena de Morón
Began her singing studies at the age of 7, taking classes from the Flamenco cantaora Ana “La Yiya" and the guitarist “Pepe el Francés”. Awarded numerous prizes, she has participated in festivals around Andalucia. For her, flamenco shouts freedom and is to be admired. This artist aspires to feel free and fly, merely by sitting on a chair and singing. For this reason, her life revolves around the world of flamenco.
Began dance studies in her hometown, Lucena. In 2011 she was admitted to the Conservatorio Profesional de Danza “Luis del Río” (Cordoba), where she graduated with a double title: Baile Flamenco (Flamenco Dance) and Danza Española (Spanish Dance) together with an outstanding academic record. Has participated in many festivals and flamenco venues. At present, collaborates with the Cristina Heeren Foundation as a ballet master
Began musical studies at the Conservatorio “Francisco Guerrero”, and later, specialised in Flamenco guitar with different maestros of the flamenco group “Sentir flamenco”. Has accompanied vocal and dance artists in different festivals. Has collaborated in composing music for different spectacles and has participated as second guitarist in the presentation of the album Se prohíbe el cante de Esperanza Fernández in the Cartuja Center, Sevilla.
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