The Kenya National Theatre in Nairobi hosted the Spanish bailaor Álvaro Murillo García and his production ‘El barbero de Picasso’ where he paid tribute to Picasso himself and the cantaor Enrique Morente. Murillo also gave a lecture about the origins of flamenco and held a workshop at Kenyatta University.
The first album by Sophia Quarenghi, a Swiss artist of Italian ancestry, has nine tracks which include palos such as bulerías, seguiriyas, vidalitas, farrucas and granaínas.
The intent was to find out who Lorente was, where he was from, where he travelled in his short life, and when he died. His name was José Lorente Lora, and he was born on April 27th, 1842, on number 6 Ropavieja Street, now called Antonio Susillo Street, in Seville’s
Flamenco and ‘ojana’. Seriousness and frivolity. Amancio Ortega and the ‘Junta’. Triana and the