Expoflamenco Observatory: the year flamenco broke up?
On Friday, December 30, at 8:30 p.m., with free admission until full capacity is reached, Espacio Expoflamenco Jerez receives the visit of Manolo Domínguez and Fede Calderón, authors of a text on disruptive flamenco works.
In the final days of each calendar year, a balance of what happened in its course is usually made. In the discography section, a series of contributions located on the limits of the flamenco genre have appeared, generating a deep debate.
A subject that does not escape controversy and that we find ideal to submit to analysis in our Observatory. «It is not about discussing what is or is not flamenco, but rather a sample of the influence that our art is having more and more in the music of our country, in one of the most prolific years that we have found in a long time ». This is stated by the signatories of a great article published recently on our portal Expoflamenco with the title 2022, the year flamenco broke up.
On Friday, December 30, at 8:30 p.m. , with free admission until full capacity is reached, Espacio Expoflamenco Jerez receives a visit from the authors of the referenced article: Manolo Domínguez and Fede Calderón . A meeting to develop their impressions and in order to discuss a very hot topic: the catalog of disruptive works that appeared in 2022. By the way, «their impact on a universal sound that perhaps does not know its limits to sneak into the most massive of the national and world music industry…», as well detailed between its lines.
This session will take place at the Espacio Expoflamenco, located at number 6 (Los Ramos Building) on Diego Fernández Herrera street in Jerez. The event will be attended by the authors Manolo Domínguez and Fede Calderón, as well as the people who wish to participate. At the end of the event, a sherry of honor will be offered courtesy of our neighbors at Bodegas Díez Mérito.