The Flamenco Cultural Gathering of the Colonies from Huelva will host this next May 14, starting at 2:00 p.m., a new appointment of its cycle the ‘Flemish Saturdays’, which on this occasion will feature Isa Vizcaya calf, Alfonso Romero and David Soto as protagonists.
The first steps in flamenco Isa Vizcaya Calf They went through the rocks. In the year 2013, in the Huelva Flamenco Club he began to discover the Fandango de Huelva and the different forms of flamenco with Mario Garrido and Ángel Romero.
In 2015, at La Cavaera, he perfected the Fandangos del Alosno with Antonio Dovao and Juan Fernando. After a while he became part of the ‘Jaraqueño’ and Peña el Higueral cante school with teachers Eulogio and Victoria Prieto. He belongs to the cante cadre of the peñas de la Orden and El Higueral. He participates in Huelva Flamenco Circuits.
Always ready to collaborate with flamenco clubs. She has, among others, first and second prizes in the fandango contests of El Cerro, Encinasola, Peña Femenina de Huelva, best Fandango de Alosno in XXIII and XXIV Contest of Fandangos de Paco Toronjo, among others.
Alfonso Romero Sanchez-Guerra She has belonged to the school of the ‘Amparo Correa’ Flamenco Cultural Association since 2012. She has participated in several flamenco circuits organized by the Federation of Peñas Flamencas de Huelva with the cante group of said association.
His hobby has led him to participate in the cycle of Young Flamencos organized by the Andalusian Youth Institute and the Peña Flamenca de Huelva in 2014. He has also participated in several flamenco shows, such as the one held at the Gran Teatro ‘Cinta, devotion to un Pueblo’, in 2014. Every year he sings saetas wherever he is required.
This year he has managed to enter the ‘Eight Provinces’ Circuit, organized by the Andalusian Confederation of Peñas Flamencas and the Andalusian Institute of Flamenco.
David Soto Almendros, a native of Ejido (Almería), has been living in Huelva for nine years. At the El Ejido Conservatory of Music he studied classical music for four years. He began to train in flamenco with teachers like Eduardo Alférez or Gabriel Pérez, learning as a self-taught.
He has been living in Huelva for a few years, continuing his training as a guitarist with Manolo de la Luz or Rafael Riqueni. He is the official guitarist of the Peña Flamenca El Higueral de Huelva. He is currently in the cante school of Huelva-born cantaor Jeromo Segura, whom he usually accompanies.
In 2015 he won first place in the Andalusian Contest for Young Flamencos organized by the Andalusian Youth Institute, the IAF and the Andalusian Confederacy of Peñas Flamencas.
He collaborates with many singers from Huelva. She plays Cristina Ceballos and her dance group for the dance. She has collaborated on several albums.
Paco Lopez Cruz