Last night, the foundations of La Chumbera, one those flamenco sanctuaries that all singers wish to visit at least once in their lifetime, shaken. Yes, there was an intense 'earthquake'. Fernando's granddaughter Maria Terremoto and Fernando's daughter Fernando, both famous earthquakes, stood with courage and determination in the Granada auditorium, to show her mastery over Jerez cantes for seventy-five minutes. An recital for those who don't forget. It was a recital that, why not, improved the Music and Dance Festival. "The jondo Festival", as its fans call it, was aptly baptized by them to commemorate the 1922 Contest that Ceron and Falla created and won by El Tenazas.
Maria Terremoto's fifth appearance in Granada is her fifth. / george shepherd
Maria Terremoto's youth is the subject of much gossip. Her talent is also discussed. She relies on the skill of Nono Jero on her guitar, which she has been playing with Terremoto since its inception when she was eight years. Maria admires her company and says that Nono is "the touch of Jerez." He is like a family member, he understands me well. They did it in the Chumbera, where they showed it to an eager audience who were looking for fun -often Sentios could be heard at the stalls-. A crowd, the people of Granada, who appreciated the naturalness of the compas of a Cantaora who has inherited both the artistic weight and the agility of the younger cante.
Maria Terremoto is now the fifth person to officiate in Granada. She has previously admitted to feeling a weakness for the city, which is also where some of her greatest references are born. Estrella is the oldest of all the Morentes.
A repertoire of cantes from Jerez was performed by the cantaora. / george shepherd
He stated that he would face the appointment with enthusiasm and respect in the next one. "I'm going all out to make it a success." He did it. Maria was escorted by Manueles Valencia (and Cantarote), in her palms. She gave it all, from the very beginning to the end, and didn't hesitate to get up off the cattail chair and dance, as she knows how to barefoot. The Jerez one bears the responsibility for the name of Jerez and the musical heritage of its holy place.
Maria is open to trying her hand and she enjoys the most distinguished styles in her land, including the solea and the tientos. But she is also a doctor cum-laude in the execution bulerias. To which she imprints all of the Paquera's flavor, from Calle de la Sangre to Santiago, and Calle de la Sangre with his voice full of sparkles from the northern lights. Maria declares, "I am modern orthodoxy generation by generation." >.
Temple and teaching on the stage. / ALFREDO AGUILAR
He has added another fifty concerts to his success, which will take him throughout Spain in this summer of joy and the will to continue living. Evenings such as the Prickly Pear are his endorsement, but so is all the recognition he has received in a career that has only begun to take off. In 2016, Giraldillo was Revelation, Venencia Flamenca was in 2018, Venencia Flamenca was in 2019, and the Isla Ciudad Flamenca Award was in 2019. The City of Jerez Award was also in 2019. Maria returns to her homeland with the strength of who she is after the pandemic's end.