Next Saturday, 16 of November, It is celebrated around the world International day flamenco, a date that commemorates the declaration of the Flemish Heritage Site by UNESCO, to being considered a cultural manifestation of universal character, and which joins the Royal Theater with his performances in the Ballroom.

To celebrate this day, will take place this Friday, 15 of November, to 20.30 hours, in the Ballroom of the Royal Theater, the performance of the dancer from Malaga Luisa Palicio who, with his show Mine, tercero of those who make up the cycle Real Flamenco, He will tour the main flamenco clubs, with by Jesus Rodriguez guitar and Manuel Romero Y Ana Gómez, to the cante.

Mine It is a flamenco show full of elegance and femininity, a dance of ancient root, classical execution and where the woman's body becomes absolute protagonist. Luisa Palicio walks accompanied by dances of different supplements, that keeps alive their style: shawl, fan, knock glue ...

just a year ago I was beginning the cycle Real Flamenco, a program dedicated to singing and dancing to publicize the Spanish artistic heritage by established artists and young hopefuls, under the artistic direction and production SO-LA-NA. Of the 18 shows last season has passed 30 in this, with performances on Fridays, in a show of respect and interest that the Royal Theater dedicated to this art.

On the cycle Real Flamenco

He public can access the Ballroom of the Royal Theater a from the 20.30 hours, opening hours Street Gate Felipe V.

Between the 20.30 and the 21.00 hours attendees are greeted with the Spanish wine tasting of the winery Juan Gil, Real Flamenco collaborator since its launch. The performance will take place at 21.00 hours and at the end thereof, viewers who wish can enjoy the company of artists and get close so, personalized way, the world of flamenco. The sponsoring companies Real Flamenco in its second edition are: Grupo Ership, Herbert Smith Freehills, Juan Gil, Land and Group Leader Index, along with other large companies to be incorporated as sponsors throughout the season.

About interpreters Mine

Luisa Palicio. Degree in Choreography and dance performance by Flamenco Dance Conservatory Málaga, It has been a disciple of Milagros Mengíbar from 13 year old. His artistic talents include classical Spanish dance, classical ballet and contemporary dance, but certainly his specialty in Flamenco dancing is the bata de cola.

Throughout his career he has been National Dance Award for Joys of La Perla de Cádiz. It was Newcomer of the XIV Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla (2006) and dance is characterized by the fidelity to the Sevillian School. He has also been awarded the critics' prize awarded by the National Association of Flamenco Critics and Researchers.

Among his own shows highlights 'Sevilla', for which he won the Prize Revelation of the Festival de Jerez 2015. He has worked as a guest artist of the prestigious Ruben Olmo dancer and choreographer.

Jesus Rodriguez (Mairena del Alcor, 1993). Tranquility and maturity define this guitarist only 26 years, son of Naranjito de Triana. Educated with great masters such as Eduardo Rebollar or Pedro Sanchez, sound and classic touch are the hallmarks of his art..

Ana Gómez (Arcos de la Frontera, 1982). It has a mastery of the Cantes Compas. He has shared the stage with the likes of Chano Lobato, Aurora Vargas, Pansequito, Macanita or Capullo de Jerez.

Manuel Romero (Sevilla 1980). Winner of the contest singer Antonio Mairena, has taken part in the Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla, and she has accompanied renowned dancers such as Javier Barón, milagros Mengibar, Alberto Selles or Eli Grill.

Photograph: Felix Vazquez