Programming

PROGRAMMING FROM 8 to 14 NOVEMBER

LUNES 8BAILE: Esther Marín & Luis de LuisCANTE: Maria del Mar Fernández & TurryGUITARRA: Fermín FernándezMARTES 9BAILE: Esther Marín & Juan TomásCANTE: Maria del Mar Fernández &...

Artists

Antonio Gonzalez

He began his training in the world of Dance and Flamenco at the CPD %22Luis Del Río%22 in Córdoba, a training that he complemented by studying with different teachers such as Carmela Greco, Timo Lozano, Blanca del Rey, Manuel Corrales %22El...

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Vanessa Montero

Madrid dancer based in Andalusia. He began his career from an early age in the emblematic school Amor de Dios by Carmela Greco and Belén Maya, then travels to Granada and Seville to continue training with artists from the area such as Concha...

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Agustín Barajas

Agustín Barajas is formed in different artistic fields. Acquires knowledge of performance, classical dance, contemporary dance and flamenco with teachers of great prestige since the age of 9 such as Belén Maya, Eva Yerbabuena, Juan Andrés Maya,...

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Blog post

New Year’s Eve Menu 2018 – Granada Restaurant – Flamenco Show

Snack:Calar goat cheese chocolates (Granada) with pistachio, stuffed with raspberry sweet, on cream of rabbitsGoat cheese pralines from Calar (Granada) with pistachio, stuffed with raspberry mermelade, on apricot cream Starters- StartersParmesan asparagus cream, alfalfa sprouts, white shimeji mushrooms, picatostasWild asparagus cream with parmesan, alfalfa sprouts, white shimeji mushrooms and croutons 100% Iberian acorn ham table, Coloryn, Sierra de AndújarPlate of 100% acorn-fed Iberian ham, Coloryn, Sierra de Andújar Seafood salad (cod and salmon crumbs with Cantabrian sardines), avocado, tomato and soy vinaigrette with cane honey"Marinera"Salad(cod and salmon crumbs with sardines from...

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Flamenco in its purest form

Source: Diario Granada Hoy Tania Abril Zoraya Gardens fuses art and gastronomy Offers an artistic schedule every week The flamingo beats the way in the heart of Albaicín. The taconeo, palms and compass with hands and feet, touches of guitar, percussion and voice, all live, are climbed night after night – since 2009 – to tablao de Jardines de Zoraya to offer an authentic flamenco show in its purest form. A place, half Spanish, half French, that fuses Andalusian astronomy with flamenco art and thus provides an experience for the palate and the rest of the senses. Among the different options offered by Zoraya Gardens, perhaps one of the most attractive is to attend a dance and singing...

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Lisa Carmen “LA CARMENCIKA” in the flamenco Tablao of Granada

SPECIAL GUEST: WINNER OF the INTERNATIONAL FLAMENCO CONTEST %22LA MOVIDA%22 2018 LISA CARMEN %22LA CARMENCIKA%22 Instagram On Friday 21 September 2018 will share the stage with Ana Pastrana & Sergio Aranda. After having taken the flamenco contest in Valencia and France, and thanks to the complicity of the cultural center of Valencia, of Miguel Moreno Riojas and the Espiritù Andalus, on Friday, September 21, Lisa Carmen, the little Frenchwoman of 17 anions, will dance in the Zoraya Gardens in Granada. ¡ For its first feet in Andalusia, it will be surrounded by its teacher Ana Pastrana Núñez and Sergio Aranda Santos, two pieces of artists! Lisa, you can count on them to take you and get...

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Everybody knows, the Zoraya hooks up.

This is the saying that is constantly heard of doors for inside in the restaurant Tablao, can not be otherwise taking into account the good atmosphere that exists among the companions... what do I say companions? Family, better. As in every house of the neighbor, in gardens of Zoraya we have the one who sings, the one who dances, the one who cooks, the funny, the serious... This is one of the things to emphasize of the restaurant, and that is that each person contributes his bit of sand so that the place works and our clients feel part of the group. It is a pleasure to visit this establishment and experience an unforgettable evening. You won't be able to forget the dishes you choose. In...

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