ARCHIVE

Alberto Lopez

Spain

  • concert

    Flamenco night: ALBERTO LOPEZ GRUPA – ESPECTACULO SIENTO
    Saturday, March 15th | 20:00
    Sava Center

Program:

Granaína
Tanguillos
Bulería
Soleá
Taranta
Tangos
Alegrías
Bulerías por alegrías
 

Alberto López (Baza, 1990) started his guitar studies when he was 11 years old, until he moved to Córdoba, where he obtained a degree in flamenco guitar at the Conservarory of Music Rafael Orozco. He has been taught by artist such as Miguel Ángel Cortés, Gerardo Núñez, Manolo Franco and Niño Pura. He has taken his own work and show throughout national territory and countries such as France, Serbia, Italy and Morroco. During his solo career, has been involved in major events such as la Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla, La Noche Blanca del Flamenco, Flamenco Fez festival, sharing a stage with El Pele, Estrella Morente, Arcángel, Tomatito and Israel Galván, among others. Throught his career he has won numerous awards among wich are first prizes at the International Competition Flamenco Guitar Manuel Cano in Ogíjares (2009), National Competition for young performes in Jaen (2010), first prize accompaning Guitar Cristina Heeren Foundation (2011), International Flamenco Guitar Ciutat de L’Hospitalet (2011), Andalusía Flamenco Young (2012) and the second award at the International Festival Cante de las Minas, La Unión (Murcia, 2012).

 

Yolanda Osuna began dancing at the age of 3. In 1999 she graduated from the Dance Conservatory of Córdoba. She completed her training with artists such as Javier Latorre, Matilde Coral, Milagros Mengíbar, Blanca del Rey, among others. Osuna has collaborated and shared the stage with Miguel Poveda, Mayte Martín, Arcángel, Esperanza Fernández, Mariana Cornejo, Terremoto de Jerez, Miguel Ángel Cortés , El Pele, Manuel Silveria, Antonio Reyes, El Cabrero, Juan Villar, Juana la del Revuelo, Curro Malena, Chocolate... She won first awards at the Fandango National competition Antonio Hidalgo in Lucena, Jóvenes Flamencos in Córdoba, Nacional de sevillanas in Villa de la Carlota, national competitions in Urique and Cadiz and was a finalist at the National competiton in Kordoba and Cante de las Minas in La Unión.

 

Bernardo Miranda (Fernán Núñez, Córdoba, 1988) is closely linked to La Peña El Mirabrás from his hometown, where he started to sing and learn from the flamenco professionals such as Juan Pinilla, Gema Jimenez, Laura Vital, Manuel Vera Parrilla, Andres Raya Saro, Faustino Núñez and David Pino. Currently, he’s a third year flamenco singing student at the Conservatory Cristobal de Morales in Sevilla and has already won numerous awards and first prizes. Miranda has performed throughout Spain and countries such as Morocco, France, Serbia and Romania, has participated in numerous festivals and flamenco clubs, collaborating with Carmen Linares, Curro de Utrera, Tomasa Guerrero La Macanita. Currently he's a singer of Los Gallos de Sevilla, Alberto López’s Siento show and Córdoba Flamenco Company.

 

Javier Rabadán studied classical percussion at the Conservatory of Cartagena and Lorca and Flamencología at the Conservatory of Music in Cordoba. He attended masterclasses with renowned percussionist Giovanni Hidalgo and a great flamenco percussionist Paquito González. Javier plays in formations of Jazz, Latin Jazz, Rock and Big Band. As a flamenco player he performed in all major festivals in Spain but also in Brazil, Jordan, Serbia, Portugal, Italy, Morocco, Romania. Rabadan played with guitarists such as D. Caro, A. López, D. Casares, J. Majuelos, N. Seve, G. Expósito, P. Hijo, J. Conde, J. Manuel Hierro, dancers J. Latorre, H. López, D. Navarro, E. López, N. Leiva, Á. Reyes, C. Gutierrez, E. Cuevas and singers El Pele, Inma La Carbonera, D. Membrive, J. Pinilla, Churumbaque child, R. Segura, J. Murube, M. López El Mati.

 

Jesús Valero has played with a number of bands of several different styles such as flamenco, jazz, Cuban music, pop, funk, fusion, rock, experimental. He graduated from the University of Granada but also studied harmony, jazz & Big Band improvisation at the Music Conservatory Victoria Eugenia. He took bass lessons with J. Massana (Spain, Barcelona), M. Pérez (Cuba), S. Martín (Argentina), M. Hansen (Holland), learn composition and arrangement from the Cuban singer and arranger Rafa Cruz and also harmony, improvisation and composition from the Brazilian guitarist Guga Murray. He has featured on a several recordings with his own bands and as a session musician working with a lot of artists of different styles.

web: www.albertolopez.org

Video

Alberto Lopez - Espectaculo Siento

GUESTS

THANKS TO:

The Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia / The Belgrade City assembly – Secretariat of Culture / The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia – Department of international, cultural, educational, scientifically, technological and sports cooperation / Tourist organization of Belgrade / Tourist organization of Serbia / SOKOJ

Embassy of the United States of America / Embassy of Spain / Embassy of Portugal / Embassy of Brazil / Embassy of Australia / Embassy of Poland / Embassy of Slovenia / Embassy of Sweden

The Italian Cultural Centre / Institute Cervantes / French Institute / Goethe Institute / Hellenic Cultural Centre

Societe Generale Bank / Erste Bank / Audi – Porsche SCG / Hotel Park / Slavija Hotels / Hotel In / TNT

Garden Centre / Veolia / Hominid Studio / Belmedik / Zbigniew Gnatek / Vasileios Sygletos / Lyra Music / Savarez / D’Addario Music Foundation / Accord Case

RTS, B92, Studio B, Blic, 24 sata, Naxi radio, City magazine, Mondo, Muzika Klasika, BG Info / Sava Centar / Dom omladine Beograda / “Dositej” privatna srednja škola, Beograd