Two screenings, 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. - Teatro Real de Madrid
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Duration 60 min. (Approx)
It has not been easy to pick up the witness that Master Paco de Lucía entrusted to him: “I have had you all night in my dreams. I've seen you dance, sing and play the guitar, that's what you have to do ”.
The Sevillian bailaor, always impeccable and implacable, shows us with his new show the choice of a path, his inner brawl to reach a new challenge that has undoubtedly made him evolve and grow. The artist approaches his purest and most visceral alter ego and enjoys the harmonization of all his senses. He breaks and transcends his own barriers, all the creative facets of him flow and converge in the conciliation of a dream.
"It's in his blood. Her trajectory speaks for itself. He honors one of the most important Flemish dynasties and the mark that he is going to leave on this art is unquestionable. " – SO-LA-NA -.
Dance, voice and guitar:
Sing and clapping:
Rafael de Utrera y Ezequiel "Chanito"
Keyboards and Bass:
Le informamos que en virtud de la normativa vigente, el aforo será del 100%. Será obligatorio el uso de mascarilla para acceder a la sala y durante todo el tiempo que se permanezca en el Teatro.
El acceso a la sala se abrirá 30 minutos antes del inicio del espectáculo.
How to get to Teatro Real?
The Teatro Real is located in Plaza Isabel II s / n, in the heart of Madrid. The best way to access Teatro Real is by public transport, as sometimes traffic makes the access to Madrid city centre difficult, especially during Christmas.
- Opera: lines 2, 5 and Ramal Ópera - Principe Pío.
- Sol: lines 1, 2 and 3.
- Plaza de Isabel II: lines 3, 25 and 39.
- Sol: lines 5, 15, 20, 50, 51, 52, 53 and 150.
- Calle Mayor: line 3.
- Plaza Callao: lines 44, 75, 133, 146, 147 and 148.
- Plaza de Santo Domingo: lines 1, 2, 46 and 74.
- Plaza Mayor: lines 17, 18, 23, 31, 35 and 65.