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Flamenco Recital

‘handmade’ CONCHA JAREÑO

“Concha Jareño’s from Madrid (so what?), she’s a complete performer with a concept of flamenco dance that demands authenticity…” Manuel Martín Martín, Seville 2010

Zambra ·•· Concha Jareño Granaina ·•· Román Vicenti Verdiales ·•· Concha Jareño Bulería ·•· El Pulga Taranto ·•· Concha Jareño Solo percussion ·•· Luis Amador Seguiriyas ·•· Emilio Florido Cantiñas ·•· Concha Jareño

Madrileña with a diploma in Spanish Dance, Concha Jareño has been awarded the “Matilde Coral” and “Mario Maya” Prizes for Flamenco Art in Cordoba 2007, Best Solo Choreography in the Competition of Spanish Dance and Flamenco Choreography, Madrid, and second prize in the Competition of “Cante Flamenco” of Las Minas.  In 2008 she premiered the show “Simplemente Flamenco” and “Algo”, for which she received the “Revelation Award” from the prestigious Festival of Jerez, 2009, with public and critical acclaim.  She was a soloist in Carlos Saura’s “Flamenco Hoy”. In 2010 she rounded off the tour of her show “Algo” presenting it in the prestigious Bienial of Seville in the Central Theatre. In 2011 premiered the flamenco recital “Hecho a Mano” in the Corral del Carbón of Granada. In 2012 she premiered the show “Raíces y Alas” with a corps of local artists. The same year worked as choreographer alongside Javier Latorre in the Chinese production of “Quijote, al Compás de un Sueño”, which premiered in the Coliseum Theatre in Gran Vía, Madrid. Currently she is preparing her new production “El Baúl de los Flamencos” and continues teaching, for which she is internationally acclaimed.


Flamenco dancer

“The dazzling truth”

Manuel Martín Martín, El Mundo, Sevilla

“Concha Jareño opened with traditional dances, presenting those she does best: the caracoles and the guajiras, in both seeking the inherent images and the mature poses”

“Intensity and flight” Teatro Fernán Gómez, ROGER SALAS, El País

“The three flamenco dancers took the Public, Critics, and Revelation Prizes respectively, for their shows ‘Autorretrato’, ‘Oro Viejo’ and ‘Algo’ … María Pagés, Rocío Molina and Concha Jareño, stars of the Festival of Jerez”

Diario de Jerez

“The dancing of Concha Jareño es refined, I would almost say baroque,... Simplemente Flamenco, a show without more pretensions than to demonstrate the dance.”

Marta Carrasco, ABC Sevilla

Luis Amador ·•· percussion (Seville)

Emilio Florido ·•· singer (Cádiz)

Román Vicenti ·•· guitar (Cádiz)

Antonio Núñez “El Pulga” ·•· singer (Chiclana)

Production and choreography ·•· Concha Jareño Original music ·•· Román Vicenti Sound design ·•· Manuel Camacho Lighting design ·•· Carlos Díaz Costume design and tailoring ·•· Concha Jareño Graphic design and translation ·•· Charles Olsen Photography ·•· Emiliano Artigas Executive producer ·•· Silvia Melero Coordination of production and management ·•· SwingaTres

Contact: Silvia Melero +34 91 369 03 37 +34 626 323 816 Madrid

hecho a mano (handmade)  

flamenco recital with Concha Jareño