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  • Flamenco at Sala Tarantos

    Flamenco at Sala Tarantos

    Tarantos has been hosting the best flamenco in Barcelona since 1963. Through all these years and into the present day, the 'tablao' has featured the top names in flamenco.

    Barcelona welcomed hundreds of thousands of immigrants from southern Spain in the Sixties, becoming the epicenter of an evolution from the Andalusian genre thanks to the superlative quality of the performances and a certain leaning towards heterodoxy, which led to the emergence of phenomena such as the Catalan rumba and the proliferation of the 'new flamenco'.

    Over the last few years, the Mas i Mas Group has opted to distill conventional flamenco shows into a concentrated celebration of flamenco guitar, song and dance. Our current emphasis is on a series of performances by some of the country's very best emergent flamenco troupes.

  • Flamenco en Tablao Cordobés

    Flamenco en Tablao Cordobés

    Let yourself be transported to Las Ramblas and enjoy a very special night in front of the stage of the Tablao Cordobéswith a cast of top-notch artist, a unique spectacle that will surely remain in the retina of those who see it.

    Enjoy the show with a drink or after a special dinner with more than 44 specialties of Spanish and Catalan cuisine.

  • Family activities and concerts at the Palau

    Family activities and concerts at the Palau

    It is now 15 years since the Palau de la Música Catalana introduced its Cycle of Family Concerts at the Palau, an initiative whose goal is to kindle the passion for and appreciation of music to the youngest members of the household. These are shows conceived and created so that music interacts with other forms of artistic expression such as dance, theater, poetry or the plastic arts, aimed at encouraging the curiosity, imagination and creativity of young and old alike.

  • Aire Flamenco at El Patio Andaluz

    Aire Flamenco at El Patio Andaluz

    With an almost 40-year history, the Patio Andaluz has become a classic of Barcelona's nightlife. Step into a typical Andalusian courtyard and let yourself be enchanted by this Intangible Cultural Heritage thanks to some of the most acclaimed artists on the current flamenco scene.

  • DeCajón Festival

    DeCajón Festival

    The Festival De Cajón! returns to Barcelona for another year, coinciding with the 53rd edition of the Barcelona International Jazz Festival. It is one of the city's most important flamenco festivals and is noted for always featuring one of the best bills on the music scene. Renowned names such as Diego el Cigala, Los Farruco and Enrique Morente are among its past performers.

    This new edition mixes performances by major world stars with young emerging talents. On the one hand we have the voice of Miguel Poveda and the power of Tomatito forming a deluxe duo in the stunning setting of the Palau de la Música Catalana. At the same venue we find Estrealla Morente in a very emotional concert. The Sala BARTS will play host to Antonio Carmona who will be presenting her new and highly personal and family project. Finally, the conservatory of Gran Teatre del Liceu is the amazing space chosen to welcome the flamenco guitarist Rafael Riqueni, and the pianist Dorantes and his show Identidad.

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