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For Israel Fernández, flamenco is a natural gift and also a family matter. At age 11 he won the TVE "Tu Gran Día" contest and when he came of age he appeared in society with his record debut, as well as joining Carlos Saura's company. Little time has passed, but much has rained since then. He has collaborated intimately with Sara Baras, Farruquito, Chano Dominguez and many other great names that he is pleased to pronounce, but not without this list expanding too much. Now he publishes his third album, "Universo Pastora" (Universal, 2018), a work that has earned him his entry into the most risky programs of the jondo field, because if something has always characterized him, it is that he connects both dimensions as nobody: modernity and the tradition.
This time he is accompanied by Diego del Morao and El Piraña.
Think of that musician that seems impossible to you that someday will come to play in Barcelona. Or think of that cult artist who doesn’t fit into any programming cycle. Or think about that special show of a large artist in small format. Well, all of this is Caprichos de Apolo.See More