Pedro El Granino: “Flamenco is very healthy”

Pedro El Granino: “Flamenco is very healthy”

This weekend starts at Soho Theatre Fourth edition of Flamenco in Soho, a festival that wants to present high-quality flamenco that brings together in the theater both artists with recognized professions and great promises for the current flamenco scene. There will be 6 singing, dancing and guitar performances spread throughout the programme.

With the offer Metals, Jesús Méndez and Pedro El Granaño This Friday they open with a performance of the words of Pedro Heredia Reyes: “I'm very excited to be in Malaga, it's a responsibility. We do what we know, we sing flamenco, we resort to primitive songs.” “Flamenco has tremendous health, and there is a generation of singers, guitarists and dancers, with very good artistic health,” highlights Pedro El Granaño, who tells us that sometimes, people who come to see us say to us “I don’t want to.” I don’t like flamenco but I I love what you sing.” He points out that it's always important Meeting with the public“The closer, the more responsibility, but the better. Let them feel it.”

The complete flamenco program in Soho:

February 9 at 8:00 pm: Jesús Méndez and Pedro El Granaño with Metals

February 10 at 8:00 pm: Tomatoes with Sextito

February 11 at 5:00 pm: Alaa Foundation with Flamenco tree

March 21 at 8:00 pm: Maria Terremuto

March 22 at 8:00 pm: Raymundo Amador

May 24 at 8:00 pm: Rafaela Carrasco with Layla

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