Friday 8th June 2018 - 8:00 pm


Flamenco Express presents another cargo of raw, heart-wrenching flamenco - in the form of: 'sizzling soloist' La Joaquina, guitar virtuoso Chris Clavo, and the vocal heritage of flamenco custodian Antonio el Pola.
Plus the power and grace of Alejandro Molinero - and the last minute addition of  Ana Latorre - both highly respected award-winning innovative young dancers who have shown the direction of the flamenco journey.

Ana Latorre is a formidable addition to the Latorre lineage. A rare talent nurtured by almost every great flamenco artist alive - not forgetting her father, Javier Latorre - her performances unleash a terrifyingly committed exhibition of soaring flamenco rhythm and power. The primal Dyonisiac possession the poet Lorca refers to when trying analyse the art of the gypsies - fused with an uncompromisingly modern aesthetic. The traditional survival strategy of the Gypsies.

The future of flamenco.

Performances Include

• ‘Joven Compañía Nosolodanza’ and ‘El Salón de Baile’ directed by Rafael Estévez and Valeriano Paños

• ‘La Consagración’  by Antonio Ruz and Antonio Canales, with Estévez & Paños.

• ‘Duende’ at the Jardines del Generalife, directed by Manuel Liñán and Fuensanta ‘La Moneta’.

• ‘FATUM’ by Shoji Kojima, choreographed by Javier Latorre.

• ‘Alma Minera’, with Ballet Flamenco de las Minas, at the 54th Festival Internacional del Cante de las Minas.

• ‘Homage to Paco Cepero’ at the Jerez Festival

‘A Este Chino no le Canto’, by Shoji Kojima, choreographed by Javier Latorre. Premiered at the Jerez Festival 2016.

Regular guest artist at Villa Rosa Madrid, Casa Patas, and other prestigious tablao and theatres.

‘Vamo  All’. Compaña Internacional de Flamenco - 22nd Festival de Jerez. Teatro Villamarta, Jerez de la Frontera.

With Shoji Kojima.