EL CID FLAMENCO dinner theater presents : Noche En Triana

Antonio Triana

Antonio is the son of influential artists Antonio Triana and Rita Vega. He first appeared at the age of 12 in a concert with Placido Domingo. Although he loves to accompany, Antonio has appeared as soloist at the Getty Museum, the Luckman Theatre, the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre in Los Angeles and the Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara. He has accompanied Jose Greco I, Jose Greco II, Antonio Granjero, La Tania, Roberto Amaral, Maria Bemudez, Yaelisa, Juan Talavera, La Tati, Jesus Montoya and Antonio De Jerez. Antonio also composed a guitar interlude for the Manuel de Falla score of “El Amor Brujo” for a performance by the Santa Cecilia Orchestra in Los Angeles. Maria Bermudez also added her choreography in this exceptional event.

Trivia: Antonio's favorite palo (flamenco song) to play: "Alegrias!"



The cuadro flamenco forms onstage. Against the backdrop of drumming handclaps, a voice moans the cante jondo, that pure essence of Andalusian song. Dancers strike the tablao with thundering footwork. Tension mounts as the performers unleash their fiery improvisations to the compelling rhythms of the guitar. This is the native art of Triana where flamenco has a long tradition, where rhythm is life...

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