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Baptized by critics as the "princess of cante jondo", María Terremoto has become one of the great exponents of the new generation of the flamenco scene for her mastery of soleás, bulerías and fandangos.
Her artistic character, forged by the legacy of the Terremoto saga and all those gypsy cantaoras who preceded her, is a breath of fresh air for traditional flamenco that has brought it to new audiences beyond the comfort zones of the genre.
With only twenty-three years old and a first album released, "La Huella de Mi Sentío" (2018), a tribute by her father Fernando Terremoto, "la niña de Jerez" is presented at Caprichos de Apolo the 18th of May with a close show, without scripts or artifice, creating a direct line between her flamenco cuadro and the audience.
At the age of nine, her father passed the artistic legagy to her and at fourteen she began to perform sporadically in tablaos in Jerez de la Frontera, her hometown.
María Terremoto became the youngest artist to receive the Giraldillo for Revelation Artist at the Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla and in her short career she has already had international exposure, performing at festivals in Mont de Marsan, New York and Miami and an appearance on MTV's "Only Night" gala.
The performance will be accompanied by the guitar of Nono Jero and the palmas of Juan Diego Valencia and Manuel Cantarote.
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