#FlamencoDeSofa – Nino de los Reyes
June 20, 2020
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#FlamencoDeSofa – Nino de los Reyes

El festival “#FlamencoDeSofa”, bajo el patrocinio del Excmo. Sr. Embajador de España en la República Checa, con la intención apoyar económicamente los artistas espaňoles flamencos a través emisión de sus espectáculos grabados junto con la posibilidad de hacer una contribución (5-10-20-40 EUR/USD). La cuantía recibida será ingresada en las cuentas bancarias de las compañías y los artistas participantes. La plataforma de pago es segura y transparente.

The “#FlamencoDeSofa” festival, under the patronage of Excmo. Sr. Embajador de España to the Czech Republic, with the intention of financially supporting Spanish flamenco artists through the broadcast of their recorded shows along with the possibility of making a contribution (5-10-20-40 EUR / USD). The amount received will be credited to the bank accounts of the participating companies and artists. The payment platform is secure and transparent.

 

Don’t miss these upcoming shows!

NINO DE LOS REYES

https://flamencodesofa.com/tierra

CHORO MOLINA

https://flamencodesofa.com/aviso

LA MONETA

https://flamencodesofa.com/muy-especial

POL VAQUERO

https://flamencodesofa.com/antojo

ADRIÁN SANTANA

https://flamencodesofa.com/simbiosis

MÓNICA FERNÁNDEZ

https://flamencodesofa.com/comadre

 

MgA. Karol Martincová
directora del festival: https://www.flamencodesofa.com/

 

Nino de los Reyes began his career at the young age of nine in the show Campanas Flamencas, directed by Paco Sánchez, founder of the legendary Cumbre Flamenca. He shared the stage with flamenco stars including: Joaquín Grilo, Milagros Mengibar, La Tati, Antonio Reyes, and his own brother, Isaac de los Reyes. From a young age he began to perform in great flamenco companies like those of Eduardo Serrano “El Güito”, Carmen Cortes, and Javier Barón. He has formed part of Enrique Morente’s ensemble.

He has worked with artists in the flamenco field such as: Pepe Habichuela, Josemi Carmona, Juan José Suárez “Paquete”, José María Bandera, Niño Josele, Jesús de Rosario, Juan Carmona, Ramon el Portugués, Miguel el Rubio, Montse Cortes, José Soto “Sorderita”, Rafael de Utrera, Jorge Pardo, Carles Benavent, Alain Pérez, Rubén Dantas, and others. In 2010, he won three awards in the Madrid Spanish Dance and Flamenco Choreography Competition for his show, Origen. These awards include: First Prize for Solo Choreography, Emerging Flamenco Artist, and Best Original Music (composed by Paco Cruz). Recently, he was invited to participate in a tribute concert to Paco de Lucía, Beyond the Memory, sharing the stage with members of de Lucía’s band. He was also invited to record in the Mediaset television program, Flamencos en El Berlín, collaborating with the biggest superstars in flamenco dance: Antonio Canales, Juan Manuel Fernández Montoya “Farruquito”, Antonio Fernández Montoya “Farru”, José Maya, Paloma Fantova, and Belen López.

Currently, thanks to his versatility and knowledge of both music and dance, he has been asked to record and collaborate with some of the world’s biggest pop and jazz stars. Most notably, he participated in international superstar Paul Simon’s latest album, Stranger to Stranger. De los Reyes performed with Simon at the Madrid Barclays Center to an audience of 20,000. He was also invited by the living legend of jazz, Chick Corea, to perform at his 75th birthday celebration at the Blue Note in New York, and later in Madison Square Garden. Most recently, he has just wrapped the recording of Antidote, Chick Corea and the Spanish Heart Band’s latest album, which also features star musicians like Rubén Blades. The Spanish Heart Band toured Europe in Summer 2019, passing through some of the most important festivals in the continent such as the Montreux Jazz Festival, North Sea Jazz Festival, and Love Supreme among others. Nino de los Reyes has three of his own shows, Origen, Inside, and his most recent creation, Tierra, directed by David Picazo.

 

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