The Daniel Martinez Flamenco Company Brings Andalucia to Usher Hall

This February, the award-winning Daniel Martinez Flamenco Company presents its long-awaited 2nd production Andalucia, a blend of flamenco accompanied by a chamber orchestra.

This concert is a musical representation of the 8 regions of Andalucia – Cordoba, Sevilla, Cadiz, Malaga, Jaen, Granada, Huelva and Almeria – that make up their autonomous community in the South of Spain, the birthplace of flamenco as well as of Martinez himself.

Each region has their own distinct take on the very many diverse styles that make up flamenco and these will be presented to the audience through Daniel’s guitar and accompanied by an array of flamenco musicians, singers, a chamber orchestra ensemble and flamenco dance.

All of the music for Andalucia, including the full chamber orchestra, has been written and composed by Daniel, making this production a significant next step in this young musician’s career.

Daniel Martinez is a Spanish flamenco guitarist and composer from Cordoba, who has been based in Scotland since 2015. His first production Art of Believing won the Herald Angel Award in 2019’s Edinburgh International Festival and has been captivating audiences since its premier in October 2017. The Art of Believing tour 2022/23 has been selling out theatres in cities such as Manchester, Exeter, Swansea, Brighton, Cardiff, Bristol, Poole, Inverness, Aberdeen, Liverpool, York & Norwich with more dates coming up in 2023 in Leeds, Hull, Reading, Peterborough, Birmingham and Coventry, with many more dates still to be announced.

This night of music and dance of Andalucia will be a UK première in Scotland’s only 5-Star concert hall, Edinburgh’s Usher Hall.

Date:5th February 2023.

Venue: Usher Hall, Lothian Road, Edinburgh, EH1 2EA

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Irene Brown

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