Falete, the exciting and controversial copla (Spanish song) and flamenco singer, comes to Miami for the first time Sunday, April 13th. He is one of Andalusia’s most acclaimed singers, accompanied by top flamenco musicians. His much awaited debut in the United States comes after his appearance in the late Rocío Jurado’s final television special.
Falete is the artistic name of the androgynous Rafael Ojeda, born in Sevilla in 1978.
To purchase tickets by phone: 305-949-6722
The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County
1300 Biscayne Blvd.
Buy his CDs:
- In North America (imports), Coplas Que Nos Han Matao, Amar Duele, Puta Mentira
- In Europe: Coplas Que Nos Han Matao, Amar Duele and Puta Mentira
Author: World Music Central News Department
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