The next 9 July will be presented in the Main Hall of the Royal Theater, for the first time, Sevillian bailaor Juan Fernández Montoya, Farruquito, great name of flamenco and heir to one of the lines with the most personality of this universal art, with the show Farruquito and friends, en el que compartirá escenario con artistas como Ketama, Antonio Canales and Pepe de Lucía, in which the bailaora will also be present Farruca, his mother, Y Juan, the Moreno, your son.

At this point of artistic maturity, the bailaor selects the most personal and identifying moments of his career, those who have built his personality and made him the figure we all know today. Una biografía forjada en la tradición de los Montoya y enriquecida con la innovación y la sensibilidad de un hombre hambriento de arte, of desire, of technique and a unique way of expressing flamenco.

They will be with him great names who have accompanied him all his life and who have marked, somehow, your course. Hand in hand with Carmona, another of the great sagas of the flamenco world, debuted on Broadway with just 5 years. The paths of both families cross and run in parallel in an enriching coexistence that now, two generations after that show on the New York stage, will give a new shape to the mythical soleá of grandfather Farruco, accompanied by the music of Ketama.

Antonio Canales Y Pepe de Lucía, two great friends, They could not miss this evening at the Teatro Real either. the first, learning and dancing, depth in feet, find the way and shape the future. If young Montoya found in the teacher a source from which to learn, Canales recognized him as the great current figure and the future of dance, and he was not wrong, porque el mundo flamenco le admira y respeta como a una gran estrella. the second, Brotherhood, support for, voice and music.

In this artistic biography that Farruquito will write on stage at the Teatro Real, the presence of his mother is essential, Rosario Montoya, the Farruca, and his son, Juan, the Moreno, un bailarín extraordinario de sólo nueve años. Ambos le hacen recordar de dónde viene y a dónde va. Both with the unmistakable stamp of the Montoya: prodigious stomping and impeccable technique. The gesture, the waist and the rudeness of a saga that boasts the gypsy essence and the purest dance.

Farruquito, bailaor, choreographer, composer, award-winning and recognized artist, create with Farruquito and friends a space to share flamenco and give the viewer a little bit of everything they have experienced.

Flamenco Real has the main sponsorship of Grupo Ership and Herbert Smith Freehills and the collaboration of Grupo Index, Leaderland, the wineries of Juan Gil, Corporalia and Caballero Ventura Group.


In this meeting with my friends, with my family, I count all my concerns as a dancer and also as a musician. It is an original work in letter, music and choreography. The cante, Guitar, percussion, etc., they are not a simple accompaniment: all the musicians star in a con- certain, a musical dialogue between them, and of them with the dance.

With this show I reveal the most personal of me, I capture the traditional but I also show the most current of my flamenco. I relive the best moments of previous shows integrating new creations; yes, always keeping the essence.

I want to show improvisation as the origin of flamenco and enrich it with choreographic montage, both –improvisation and choreography– essential concepts in my learning as a child. I want to find the wonderful balance between the different periods of flamenco that I have been lucky enough to experience and enhance it with the essential influence of cante and guitar..


Home - Farruquito

Home – Farruca (Mother Farruquito)

Home – Juan "El Moreno" (Son Farruquito)

Guitar – Juan Campallo

Sing – Mari vizarraga

Sing – Maria Mix

Sing – The Chanito

Flute – Juan Parrilla

Low – Julian Heredia

Percussion – Paco Vega


Home – Antonio Canales

Sing – Pepe de Lucía

Ketama (Antonio Carmona Amaya, Juan José Carmona Amaya and José Miguel Carmona Child)


Sound – Gaspar Leal

Lighting – Oscar Gomez

Production and Manager – Daliris Gutiérrez


1.- Soleá

2.- Soleá por Bulerías

3.- To follow

4.- Joys

5.- Bulerías

6.- Zapateao

7.- End of party


Farruquito (Home)

Juan Fernandez Montoya "Farruquito", was born in Seville in 1982. Son of the singer Juan Fernández Flores “El Moreno” and the bailaora Rosario Montoya Manzano, "La Farruca". Heir to a unique school founded by Farruco, his grandfather, he has lived since he was a child immersed in the purest flamenco art. He made his debut on the international scene at the age of five on Broadway with the show Puro, sharing the bill with the most legendary figures of flamenco and with fifteen years, after his grandfather passed away, assumes responsibility for maintaining the heritage of purity and unmistakable style of his line. Bailaor, Choreographer and Musical Composer, He has produced and directed more than ten shows, touring with his company in the best theaters at a national and international level.. Among the many awards and recognitions, Farruquito has been awarded the Public Prize for the best dancer and the prestigious APDE Prize 2004 to the worthy trustee of the gypsy dance heritage.

Farruca (Home)

Born in Seville in 1963, Rosario Montoya, daughter of the legendary dancer Farruco. He went on stage for the first time with 13 years, with Camarón de la Isla himself singing in a performance in Camas; and Sabicas played for his dance through bulerías in Los Angeles. After starring in shows like ‘Andalucía flamenca’, 'Persecution', ‘Pure flamenco’, ‘Lover’ and ‘Wedding of glory’, and share a scene with figures of the stature of El Güito, Angelita Vargas placeholder image, Manuela Carrasco and Antonio Canales, clothe the first show of Farruquito, 'Flamencas Roots'. Already with ‘Farruquito and family’, dazzles critics in the United States and, more recently, with such successful shows as ‘Gitanas’ or ‘From Farruca to Faraona’.

Juan "El Moreno" (Home)

Son of Farruquito, despite his young age, already has a long history of collaborations with his father, and together for the first time they make their debut at the Teatro Real in Madrid with the show "Farruquito y Amigos".

Juan Campallo (Guitar)

Born in Seville in 1983. In a family of flamenco artists, began to play on stage with just 12 years accompanying his brothers, dancers Rafael and Adela Campallo. With them he works on stages all over the world, from Tokyo to New York, in theaters and festivals such as the Bienal de Flamenco, the Jerez Festival, the one of Mont de Marsans, the one from Monterrey, or Santa Barbara in California, among others. In 2006 joins the companies of Antonio Canales and Javier Barón, with whom he continues to work today. In 2007 wins the prestigious "Bordón Minero" award from the Festival de la Unión.

Mari vizarraga (Sing)

Sevillian singer, gypsy woman from the Polígono Sur neighborhood, of The Three Thousand Homes, an inexhaustible pool of authentic flamenco artists with duende. Descendant of a family of artists, Juana la del Revuelo made her known professionally twenty-five years ago, and since then he has been by the side of the greatest: Joaquin Cortes, Juana Amaya, Torombo or Farruco.

Maria Mix (Sing)

Great-granddaughter of El Mezcle and descendant of María Vargas. Diploma in Musical Teaching. He has shared the bill with artists such as José Mercé, Pansequito, Juana la del Revuelo, Miguel Poveda, Gerardo Nunez, Esperanza Fernández, and many others. Winner of countless national flamenco and saetas competitions. Winner of the award of the low-Andalusian songs at the International Festival of the Mines of the Union 2013.

The Chanito (Sing)

His first steps on stage were taken with Manuel Fernández Montoya El Carpeta in Gitanas, a show headed by Rosario Montoya La Farruca, whom you consider a teacher. Since then he has been part of the El Carpeta company. With this artist he has sung in Flamenco show and in A baile. He has also accompanied Raimundo Amador as a guest artist on Jazz Flamenco Nights and has been part of the cast of Manuela Carrasco and Farruquito.

Juan Parrilla (Flute)

Born in Jerez de la Frontera. He studied flute at the conservatory and later in Madrid. It comes from one of the great flamenco families, The Jerez Grill, and stands out as one of the greatest exponents of the new flamenco. He is one of the composers most required by great figures such as Aída Gómez, Antonio Canales, Joaquin Cortes, Rafael Amargo and Farruquito.

Julian Heredia (Low)

Granada, bass player, versatile and self-taught, with its gypsy roots from flamenco, but with a wide musical journey in different styles. He works and records with Enrique Morente on several albums, also simultaneously playing with almost all artists, most renowned Spanish guitarists and musicians in the flamenco field, jazz and flamenco fusion, such as José el Francés, David de maria, El Farru, Farruquito, Jerome Maya, Antonio Canales, Jorge Pardo, Remedios Amaya, Diego del Morao, Montse Cortés, Estrella Morente, with the Ketama group, Pepe Habichuela, Reuben Dantas, Raimundo Amateur, Ray Gómez, Child Josele, Tomatito, and a long etc.

Paco Vega (Percussion)

Born in Seville into a flamenco family, receiving his first lessons from his father, the bailaor Paco Vega. He has been creating his own language of flamenco percussion, which has led him to accompany such significant artists from the flamenco scene such as: Farruquito, the Lebrijano, Richard Bona, Antonio Molina "el Choro" or María Pagés.

Photograph: Javier del Real


singers Rancapino Chico, L'Mkanita Y Farruquito, players this week of three concerts that make up the cycle Delibes + Flamenco Centro Cultural Miguel Delibes.

Descendants of key lines of gender in recent decades, the three artists become the artistic space into a showcase of flamenco purer. Rancapino Chico, accompanied by guitarist Antonio Higuero, He will call on Thursday, day 26, in the Chamber Hall of artistic space, the broken voice of Macanita fill in the following day. Meanwhile, Farruquito present day 28 Symphony Hall in downtown his latest show, ‘Improvisao’, in which he returns to its roots.

The Delibes + Flamenco cycle, Miguel Delibes scheduled in the Cultural Center by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, will convert the artistic space this week to showcase the purest flamenco performances by Chico Rancapino, Macanita and Farruquito. The three singers, descendants of some of the most representative flamenco families in recent decades, perform at the CCMD, respectively, the days 26, 27 Y 28 of November (Thursday, Friday and Saturday). Rancapino concerts Chico and La Macanita will be held in the Chamber Hall of artistic space. The Farruquito will be in the Symphony Hall. The three performances will begin at 21.00 hours. The ticket price will be 15 concert euros Chico and Rancapino 18 euros for La Macanita, while prices range between 13 and the 30 euros for the show Farruquito. They can be purchased at the box offices of CCMD, Monday to Friday, in time 18.00 a 21.00 hours; at the Center of Tourist Resources Acera de Recoletos, from Monday to Saturday, from 09.30 a 13.30 hours; and in www.auditoriomigueldelibes.com.

The Delibes + Flamenco cycle will start on Thursday concert Alonso Fernández Núñez, better known as Chico Rancapino, son of singer Alonso Núñez, who has inherited the nickname, and nephew of Orillo Port. He will be joined in the Chamber Hall of artistic space by guitarist Antonio Higuero. Considered one of the great promises of pure flamenco, He began to be known when he was only with 6 years, thanks to its participation in the children's program 'I see, I see', South Channel presented by Teresa Rabal. Later, after performing with artists like Juan Habichuela, Chano Lobato, Juan Villar and Paco Cepero, among others, He participated in other television programs, as 'Paths of Glory' and 'Sabor a ti', discovering to the general public. They come after concerts with top names like Pepe de Lucía, Remedios Amaya, Diego Carrasco and Rancapino, his father, among others. Nowadays, continues touring stages around the country with great names of flamenco, It is regular face at prestigious festivals and flamenco clubs.

Already on Friday, day 27, will be the turn of the Jerez Tomasa Guerrero, L'Mkanita, who takes his stage name from his father, El Macano. He excelled in singing as a child with his first performances in his hometown, intantil group linked to Spain Jerez, who ran the guitarist Manuel Morao. His first solo recital took place in 1983, when he was 15 years. In 1985, he shared the stage during a season in Madrid tablaos Los Canasteros and Zambra with El Torta, Ramirez, Moraíto Chico and El Capullo. Three years later he joined the Manuel Morao and Gitanos de Jerez Company, to record soon 'The Full Moon', the first of his four solo albums. During the following seasons he made landfall at venues such as L'Auditori of Barcelona, the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London and the Institute Monde Arabe in Paris, among others, and prestigious events, like the Ciutat Vella Flamenco Festival of Ciudad Condal and Mont Marsan Flamenco Festival, in France. It has established itself as one of the essential female voices of flamenco. This year 2015 You have seen the light the album 'Caijeré', he has recorded with artists like Fernandez and Juan Villar May, among others.

In charge of closing the proposal is Juan Manuel Fernandez Montoya, Farruquito, one of the most talented dancers of the moment, with his show 'Improvisao'. "It is a return to my roots, a sample of what I've learned from this profession ', the artist himself points this assembly. "Sing, guitar and dance fused with total freedom to create a new show every day ", Add. A) Yes, improvisation is the leitmotif of a show that proposes an approach to the viewer the essence of the most authentic flamenco and intimate. Son of flamenco singer Juan Fernandez Flores, Moreno, and the dancer Rosario Montoya Manzano, Farruca, the Sevillian artist has spent his life immersed in the art of flamenco purer. After the death of his grandfather, El Farruco, when he had 15 years, He assumed the task of perpetuating the family lineage. A) Yes, launched its first show, 'Flamencas Roots', in which it was shown as a dancer that combined tradition with a prodigious personal artistic conception. They come after other successful assemblies as 'old Alma', 'Sonerías' and 'Baile Flamenco', to which is now added 'Improvisao', shows with which has traveled the country and countries like United Kingdom, France, Italy and the US, It is considered by The New York Times 'best artist to set foot in the Big Apple in 2001'.