The daughter of legendary Farruco and the mother of El Carpeta, Farru and Farruquito. She began dancing at a very young age. She has lived and breathed Gypsy flamenco from the time she was born and has performed all over Spain and toured the entire world.
MANUEL FERNÁNDEZ MONTOYA “EL CARPETA”
He is the last in the line of the “farruco”. Heir to flamenco dance in his own right. Despite his youth, he has already performed in great flamenco events such as the “Fiesta de la Bulería” of Jerez, Seville Flamenco Biennial and has danced for the master Paco de Lucía. He has also taken part in the film “Flamenco, Flamenco” by the film director Carlos Saura.
From Moneo family, master of the art as a whole, commanding every great branch of “cante” from the immense trunk of flamenco. He has also taken part in the film “Flamenco, Flamenco” by the film director Carlos Saura.
JOSÉ DE LOS CAMARONES
Not only a singer, but also composer, his austere teaching is deeply rooted in tradition, with the necessary background to evaluate and discern among the different options that flamenco can present in the way of possibilities.
LUIS VARGAS “EL MONO”
From Vargas family energetic, cheerful and festive, pure “cante” from Barrio de Santiago.
Resident in Jerez de la Frontera, He has performed in various flamenco clubs and cultural centers of Andalusia.1st Prize and Award Honor Concurso de Cante Flamenco, organized by the flamenco club " Peña Flamenca La Paquera de Jerez
ANTONIO MORENO “POLITO”
He is the grandson of the great dancer Farruco. Dancing on stage in the US, London, Germany and France among others.
Is from one of the most important families of singers from Jerez. His clan is known for its charismatic singing style that has graced everything from community gatherings to important flamenco festivals.
Is a show conceived with the aim of joining and highlighting the qualities of two great flamenco artists who contain, in their personalities, the qualities of these two elements. Fire (El Carpeta, dancer) and Earth, in the figure of the singer “Capullo de Jerez”
La Joyanka o Hoyanca” is one of the areas of Jerez with more root that was part of the suburbs of Jerez, adjacent to the Barrio de San Miguel. Hence the singing and dancing springs from humble people
FIESTA FLAMENCA DE JEREZ
Flamenco dancing is centred around the Barrio de Santiago with a source of emotional impact If you like the flamenco, this is the most genuine that show you can not miss.
They, the grandmothers, sung, dancers, jaleos, palmas with a source of emotional impact that only seems possible from the gypsies of Jerez de la Frontera. If you like the flamenco, this is the most genuine that show you can not miss.
TR3S Hombres, TR3S Bailaores, TR3S brothers united by the same way of thinking and conceiving the “jondura” the timeless art of Flamenco. El Carpeta, Farru y Farruquito.
78 REVOLUCIONES POR MINUTO
An educational journey through the essential works of flamenco. A production with the artistic participation from Ezequiel Benitez, Melchora Orteja Antonio Peña Carpio "El Tolo” and José Ignacio Franco.
Verses for Pepe Luis Vázquez, Manolete and other bullfighters join the passion of flamenco singing, dance and guitar playing “Tauroflamencura Poética”, programmed for small and medium-sized stages. In some scenes, a young student of the Jerez Bullfighting School illustrates with his indoor bullfighting technique the verses dedicated to the Sevillian bullfighter Pepe Luis Vázquez.
FARRUQUITO Y FAMILIA
First family of Gypsy flamenco dance. Unique dancing style founded by his grandfather, 'Farruco'. Throughout his life he has been immersed in the culture of Gypsy flamenco . Farruquito, Farru, El Carpeta, Polito y Barrullo.
AL COMPÁS DEL ROMANCE
It is a show genuinely "jondo" in its simplicity, which aims to show in its beginning the three pillars that flamenco art is based on: singing, guitar playing and dance, explaining briefly the reasons why singing, guitar playing and dance are vital to the art of flamenco.