Day 5 of the Jerez Festival: Matilde Coral, Ramón Trujillo & Niño de la Fragua
Matilde Coral began a new cycle at the Jerez Festival: Con Nombre Propio/Vivencias. This cycle, which is open to the public and free, presents interviews with flamenco legends.
This event is similar to when maestro Juan de la Plata interviewed Matilde Coral at La Compañía on the 50th anniversary of the Cátedra de Flamencología, but this time, the legendary dancer from Seville and the “godmother” of the festival was interviewed by Jesús Vigorra...
The Conciertos de Palacio cycle presented a double session with the guitarist Ramón Trujillo followed by the singer Niño de la Fragua. Ramón Trujillo offered a classic recital that proposed a journey through the principle styles of flamenco music.
While in the second act, Pedro Garrido “Niño de la Fragua” evoked his grandfather Tío Juane in a journey through his specialties, from forge songs (cantes fragüeros) through those from the Spanish Levant area, accompanied by the guitarist Pascual de Lorca.