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Local Flamenco takes over this Monday at the Benalmádena Flamenco Week

After the success of the Luna de Cal y Adelfa show,  an sense homenaje to memory and the verses of the ever present strong, Federico García Lorca, who opened the Week last Friday Flamenca de Benalmádena, tomorrow Monday night it will be the turn of the local flamenco.

In the show Luna de Cal y Adelfa he linked three of the great passions of the illustrious man from Granada: verses, flamenco and copla. At the beginning and at the end of the show, the verses by Rafael Alberti and Antonio Machado were the ones that recall the eternal value of life and the verses of the lamented poet. Macarena Albarracín was in charge of interpreting the verses, Ríos Cabrillana was on song, Alberto Torres on guitar, Nelson Doblas on violin and, finally, Salvador Pendón on recitation.

Tomorrow, Monday, from 9:00 p.m., the House of Culture will host the art of Delia Membrive, Manuel de la Curra and José Manuel Fernández, who will delight the public with their cante, Luis Salaowill be on guitar and Luisa Chicano and Ramón Heredia on clapping and dancing.

The Tuesday,   day 16, it will be the turn of the Jóvenes Flamencos con the performance of Manuel Serrano with the guitar.  The show will be held at 9:30 p.m. at the Casa de la Cultura. The next day, at 8:30 p.m., flamenco lovers will enjoy the guitar of José Manuel León de Algeciras, within the Flamenco Guitar Fest, which will close on December 14 with a performance by Manuel Herrera from Seville, who will present a repertoire based on the oldest school of guitar.

On Thursday 18 the protagonist of the Benalmádena Flamenco Week will be the seventh art  In collaboration with the Cine Club Más Madera, Menese will be screened, a documentary directed by Remedios Malvarez Baez and José Romero Portillo .

Menese it is the portrait of a free, indomitable artist who loved flamenco above all else. A  singer politically committed to the time in which he lived and who, with the help of his ideologue and mentor Francisco Moreno Galván, revolutionized flamenco by taking it to cultural spaces and stages that it had never reached before.

The Closing gala will take place on Friday 19th with the show Qué has flamenco by bailaora Rosi  by Alva. Miguel Astorga will be singing singing, Joselillo on guitar, Fito (Adolfo Gálvez) on keyboard, Gonzalo de Gálvez on percussion and Larry (Antonio Bañazco) on sax.



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