Tomatito con Duquende, Israel Fernández y Antonio Reyes, única cita flamenca de Starlite Marbella
January 16, 2021
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Tomatito con Duquende, Israel Fernández y Antonio Reyes, única cita flamenca de Starlite Marbella

El Starlite Festival de Marbella avanza la programación de su X edición, que se celebrará del 2 de julio al 28 de agosto, e incluye una única cita flamenca, Tomatito con Duquende, Israel Fernández y Antonio Reyes. Será el 13 de agosto (22.00 horas) en el Auditorio de Nagüeles.

El guitarrista almeriense, que acompañó durante dieciocho años a Camarón, vuelve a la cantera marbellí, donde en 2019 presentó con José Mercé su disco conjunto ‘De verdad’.

Más información: Starlite Catalana Marbella



Starlite Catalana Occidente 2021 will witness Tomatito’s purest flamenco on the Auditorium stage, who will be sharing his art with the guitar for the festival’s audience accompanied by Duquende, Israel Fernández and Antonio Reyes, on Friday, August 13th.

Raised between guitars, Tomatito is nowadays a universal member of flamenco music in the world. From the beginning, he captured the attention of critics and fans for his extraordinary abilities, acquiring fame and prestige by accompanying, from a very young age, renowned singers such as Enrique Morente, La Susi, José Menese or Pansequito. But, without a doubt, the most remarkable thing about his career is that Tomatito accompanied the great Camarón de la Isla during his last 18 years of life. After the disappearance of this legendary artist, Tomatito has become a soloist of maximum relevance within the field of flamenco guitar.

His charismatic personality and his continuous commitment to develop flamenco music worldwide have allowed him to earn well-deserved recognition. Friday, August 13th will be a night like no other to enjoy his way of approaching different flamenco styles, bringing out his sensitivity and extraordinary interpretive gift.




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