Cante and guitar are the two major forces in flamenco music, and having the opportunity to listen to both of them in an intimate setting is a unique opportunity for all music lovers and flamenco enthusiasts.
We are honoured to host the magnificent Spanish cantaor José Tremendo Hijo in his first UK appearance, as well as internationally renowned guitarist Pablo Domínguez.
– 9:00pm-9:20pm: intermission
This is an exclusive arrangement with a limited amount of seats, so please make sure to book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. If you are a Battersea Spanish member, remember to use your special members discount!
About Jose Tremendo Hijo
Native of Triana Seville, Jose Tremendo Hijo was born into a family with a long flamenco tradition: great grandson of Enriqueta “La Pescadera”, nephew of “La Gandinga de Triana”, son of José “El Tremendo” and brother of Rosario “La Tremendita”.
His collaborations in music productions have been highly praised. “A Tiempo” (2010) received the best album price for Flamenco Hoy, and “Fatum” (2013) was nominated to the Latin Grammys. He has been invited to the Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla along Rosario “La Tremendita”, the Festival de Jeréz and Suma Flamenca, among others. He is a member of the dance company 4Flamencomen and works at TablaoÁlvarez Quintero, Tablao ElArenal, La Casa del Flamenco, and Museo del Baile Flamenco.
Listen to the power of his voice Here.
About Pablo Domínguez
Born in Cádiz in a musical family, he delved into the word Flamenco and Jazz from a very young age. His father, Chano Domínguez, immersed him into a wealth of musical talent with names such as Tomatito, Luis de la Pica, Antonio Serrano, Piraña and Blas Cordoba. Following this legacy, Pablo started training as a percussionist to then change path, choosing the guitar as instrument of predilection. After graduating as a music technology specialist, he became more and more involved in London’s growing Flamenco scene and established himself as a resident guitarist at the iconic venue of Ronnie Scott’s.
From one encounter to another, Pablo explore London’s buzzing music scene to its fullest, by joining different bands such as The Turbans (Percussion), Trovador (guitar) and Maria Camahort quintet (percussion). Broadening his horizons, Pablo also strums his guitar for Turkish band Djanan Turan and edges towards more classical music playing percussions for Maria Camahort Quintet.
Learn about Pablo’s music and trajectory Here.