The next Friday 15 November will begin the cycle Andalucía Flamenca in the Chamber Hall of the Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid, music series co-produced by the National Broadcasting Music Center (CNDM) y el Instituto Andaluz del
El ciclo Andalucía Flamenca nació en 2008 seeking to consolidate its kind in the capital, objetivo que ha conseguido convirtiéndose para el público madrileño en una oferta flamenca de calidad que se ve, year after year, countersigned by the sign "no entry", como en esta temporada que comienza con todas las localidades vendidas para los 7 concerts in the Chamber Hall.
Antonio Reyes, classicism and modernity
Antonio Reyes Montoya was born in Chiclana de la Frontera (Cádiz) in 1975. He did within a family of flamenco tradition: his maternal grandfather and uncle Antonio Montoya Montoya Roque “Jarrito”, a lo que se suma el parentesco paterno que lo enlaza con José Cortés Jiménez “Pansequito”. It rose for the first time on stage when he was 7 years, during the celebration of the feast of the Parpuja Chiclana. Shortly after, in 1984, He starred in the bullring in Jerez, dentro del ciclo de los ‘Jueves Flamencos’ organizados por el guitarrista Manuel Morao. His career soon garnered major awards. With 10 years won first prize in Fuengirola, in the form of youth. In 1988, with 13 years, It was a finalist in the contest Mairena of the Alcor; that same year he traveled the United States with the Company Gitanos de Jerez, directed by Manuel Morao, and then Europe with the show "Misa Flamenca". From 2000 It was consolidated as a professional to achieve awards the Memorial Camaron de la Isla and the National Flamenco Art Contest. To this was added, in 2014, the Giraldillo to the Cante Flamenco Biennial in Seville “to incorporate their personality to the legacy of the great masters”, as noted jury. In 2008 recorded his first album, South wind, to which was followed in 2015 Circle live Flamenco de Madrid, with the guitarist Diego Morao.
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