Juan Andrés Maya exclusive interview in Cardamomo
Juan Andrés in Cardamomo:
Juan Andrés Maya grants an emotional and generous interview with Cardamomo Flamenco Show Madrid, in a period in which the flamenco Tablao is being enriched by artists coming from all over Spain, with new stage proposals, without abandoning the purity that has always characterized it.
From humility and heart, he lets loose in front the camera describing the indescribable, the magic of his dance, sharing his perspective on the place that currently occupies the Flamenco in the society.
He’ll be dancing in Cardamomo, except on thursday, march 28th.
From Granada to the world:
Actually, the dancer has at his back a professional career recognized worldwide. His professional career does not stop growing, but his never forget his origin.
Juan Andrés Maya was born in 1972 in the emblematic Granada district of Sacromonte, surrounded by an authentic saga of artists, his family and friends. It starts to dance almost at the same time as to walk, and quickly becomes the focus of attention of the cave La Rocío, the family business Gypsy where many people of people come to know Flamenco.
He has recently participated in a TV program Gipsy Kings with his family, under the nickname “Los Reyes del Sacromonte”, providing a vision on the gypsy people hitherto unknown. In this interview, the dancer talks about the consequences and impressions of this experience, with which they have received flattery and criticism everywhere.
Flamenco is infinite:
In addition, we deal with many other topics related to the Flamenco culture: the evolution and fusion of the musical form, the nationality and preferences of the public that consumes Flamenco, the famous duende and his coexistence with the technique…
“When I am dancing… I feel totally liberated, my true self comes out. “
Juan Andrés Maya acts as a special show in the Flamenco Tablao Cardamomo, performing a magnificent and poignant dance.
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