Fri, October 20th

Flamenco Heritage w/ Alba Molina, Juan ‘Habichuela’ & Kiki Morente

Flamenco world music TICKETS

Doors 7PM
Show 8PM
Advance Price $20
Door Price $25

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If available, more tickets are available at door

Flamenco Heritage

Flamenco music is a rich heritage that has been passed on from generations to generations for centuries until present day. Each of these generations have contributed to a new vision of this art form by gathering the wisdom from its predecessors and bringing it to modern times. In this event, FLAMENCO HERITAGE’, we will hear three heirs of the most important flamenco families. Kiki Morente and Alba Molina on voice accompanied by Juan ‘Habichuela’ on guitar will gather in this special evening where they will present their new albums, will surely remind us that flamenco legacy is in the best hands.

Alba Molina

Alba Molina is a flamenco singer, daughter of the flamenco icons Lole and Manuel. She has worked artists such as Alejandro Sanz, Jorge Drezler, Pedro Guerra and many more, always diving into different styles and musical genres. She has several records under her name and was part of the Spanish trio ‘Las Niñas’, who were nominated for several categories for the prestigious Spanish awards ‘Premios De La Música’ in 2003. Her most recent work ‘Alba canta a Lole y Manuel’, is a tribute to her father’s legacy.

Juan ‘Habichuela’

Juan ‘Habichuela’ is the grandson of guitar master Juan Carmona ‘Habichuela’, and follows the legacy of one of the oldest flamenco families in Spain. As a teenager, he was already touring with Enrique Morente. Since then, he has played with Estrella Morente, Diego Carrasco, Antonio Canales and Juan de Juan, to name a few. He is considered to be one of the most important proponents of flamenco guitar today.

Kiki Morente

Kiki Morente is a singer, guitarist and composer, son of the flamenco legend Enrique Morente. As a youngster, he used to sing next to his father and his sister, Estrella in prestigious venues worldwide. He follows on his fathers’ footsteps, understanding the roots of flamenco but reinterpreting them through a modern lens.