CORRAL DE LA MORERÍA, the Cathedral of Flamenco Where the Palate is Pleasured to the Hilt! »
EL CORRAL DE LA MORERIA: World's best flamenco tablao. Star-studded flameco shows fused with haute cuisine, and with remarkable success too. The only tablao in the world with a Michelin star. Awardee of Repsol Guide's three stars. Celebrities from different fields flock to the Corral, fame begetting fame. One of the "1000 Places to See Before You Die." You've just got to be there and see for yourself!
THE SEVILLE EUROPEAN FILM FESTIVAL AND ITS SMASHING PROGRAMMING »
The 18th edition of the Seville European Film Festival was held with an impressive calendar of screenings which exceeded the geographic limits of Europe. Inaugurated on November 5th, the Festival included the world premiere of seven feature films along with 15 shorts, in addition to highly varied programming with the following categories: The New Waves, Endless Revolutions, Extraordinary Stories, Family Cinema, Special Sessions and Andalusia Panorama, among others.
A Second Opinion: Spain and the Guitar–Essentially Inseparable! »
The heart and soul of the guitar will always be found in Spain, and no electric guitar or country-western style can hold a candle to Granada’s cultural icon
A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “SPAIN’S MOST FAMOUS FLAMENCO GUITARIST,” Part 1, 11 JANUARY 1980 »
Paco de Lucia: “My music has always been cornered in Andalucia, without prestige, even in Spain itself. For many centuries it was thought of simply as gypsy music, from a people without a social class. As a representative of my music I feel I have an obligation to share it, so that everyone will recognize its value and know its worth… This is what I fight for, and why I work, not for money or to be a star.”
A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “SPAIN’S MOST FAMOUS FLAMENCO GUITARIST,” Part 2, 11 January 1980 »
Fame is not what Paco de Lucia is looking for, he says. "It ties you up and takes away. . . an indefinable freshness out of your life.” It's bothersome when people recognize him in the streets, though “at first there is a time when vanity makes you like it. . .”
THE PACO DE LUCÍA PROJECT REUNITES TO CELEBRATE ITS NAMESAKE »
It was a tremendous joy for the packed house at Manhattan’s Symphony Space (Broadway and 95th Street), enraptured by the October 14 one-night-only 90-minute non-stop, electrifying performance. The entire evening was magical, as if the spirit of de Lucía himself were watching and having a grand time.
THE REAL MADRID: Haute Fashion, Young Flamenco Artists, Bikes & More Bikes »
It never hurts to watch what’s cooking on the catwalk, bike for your life and stomp your feet to flamenco beat! Make sure you join!
Tablaos: Getting Back to Basics »
“‘Flamenco needs to gather in the intimacy of the tablao…We must return to three square meters'”
BRUNO OF THE MAGIC FINGERS »
“The sound was refined yet passionate, a perfect Flamenco, reminiscent of compositions
played by the “gods” Sabicas and Paco de Lucia. Haunting, perffectly rendered”
PACO, A TRIBUTE FROM AFAR »
A beautiful homage to Paco de Lucia, one of the greatest Flamenco guitarists of all time, by Saffron Flynn who knows a musical genius when she sees one.