Chamber music talent

  • Date: 10 April, 8 p.m.
  • Hall: Sala Manuel García

Enjoy young talent performing chamber music

The series which the Maestranza, in collaboration with Juventudes Musicales of Sevilla, that backs rising artists from Andalusian and other parts of Spain, presents four concerts this season in the Sala Manuel García of the theatre.

In caló, “tripasarí” means “admiration”. This is the word used by flamenco guitarist Pablo Heredia, trained in the conservatory Manuel de Falla of Cadiz, with which he pays tribute to the great maestros of flamenco guitar in a show of dance, song and percussion.


All the programming in the Sala Manuel García is made possible thanks to the support of the Fundación Banco Sabadell.

  • Flamenco guitar: Pablo Heredia

Tripasarí

Tripasarí means “Admiration” in Caló, a language spoken by the Spanish and Portuguese Romani. The work was composed because of the tremendous admiration that he has always felt towards the grand Maestros of the guitar. They have taught him everything he knows, and this is piece is dedicated to them all.

Pablo Heredia

Born in Puerto Real (near Cádiz), has performed in his own Flamenco shows and taken part in concerts in important festivals and halls. Having been awarded various prizes and distinctions, in 2018 he became a member of the “Joven Orquesta de Guitarras de Juventudes Musicales de Sevilla” (Guitar Youth Orchestra of Juventudes Musicales) under the direction of Mª Esther Guzmán.

With the support of