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Gala de Jerez

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A group of women step forward, looking out with sombre expressions, one raising her hand in appeal. They wear floor-length dresses with patterns, lace and ruffles. To either side, male musicians sit, watching the dancers.

Gala Fiesta de la Bulería de Jerez, Mujeres de CAL y CANTE, Dirección Maria del Mar Moreno.

The Gala triumphantly returns to the Flamenco Festival. A firm favourite with Flamenco audiences from Compañía María del Mar Moreno. Gala Flamenca features the talents of long-time flamenco dancer La Moneta, and from arguably the most famous Sevillian dynasty in the world of flamenco dancing, Pastora Galván, as well as treasured flamenco vocalist, Tía Juana La del Pipa.

Mujeres de CAL y CANTE marks the meeting place of multiple generations of women in an authentic flamenco celebration. Presenting flamenco in its purest form, these female artists, led by the fantastic Compañía María del Mar Moreno with Moreno herself as lead dancer, combine their wisdom, experiences and expression in a celebration on the three stages of ‘The Woman’, past, present and future.

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If you want to try out flamenco, then why not try one of our workshops?

Image description: A group of women step forward, looking out with sombre expressions, one raising her hand in appeal. They wear floor-length dresses with patterns, lace and ruffles. To either side, male musicians sit, watching the dancers.

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