She initiated the VI 'Cazorla Flamenca' festival, and it was a huge success, with Tomasa Guerrero, 'La Macanita'. Santa Maria Ruins was a spectacular space, and it was awaiting wrapped in the best clothes. Its unique features were highlighted by a light play that reflected its colors. Cazorla City Council will add five more shows to this month's August program. This will once again prove that this is one the most beautiful places in Andalusia to enjoy the performing arts.
"La Macanita" raised the curtain, displaying its many virtues on stage. It is true that this cantaora is one of those who was born singing. It was in Jerez de la Frontera where she learned to sing, which is a place that provides the best conditions for flamenco artists to thrive. The best evidence of this is Ella's bulerias in Jerez de Ella, where she shared the stage with Lola Flores and Rocio Jurado. She also gave a recital in Cazorla por solea or malaguenas. Her alegrias were well-received but not as much as her final party por Bulerias which was celebrated in style by the audience. The extraordinary flamenco ensemble that Manuel Valencia played guitar, Chicharito, and El Macano clapped their way to this spectacular show.
Maita Vede ca will make her long-awaited debut on August 14. Alba Molina, who will be presenting her new work 'Caminando con Manuel’ at the festival on Saturday August 18, will return to this event. On Friday, August 24, Saray Cortes and Antonio de Veronica will close the program. They will also introduce baile in this edition 'Cazorla Flamenca.
Nuria Serrano (Consultant for Culture) stated that the poster featured artists who can play all styles of flamenco and could mobilize audiences of all ages. Serrano stated that this edition will feature performances of high quality, just as in previous years. This is because Cazorla Flamenca's goal is to become a national standard.