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Encarna Anillo

Encarna Anillo

Encarna Anillo


Encarna Anillo (b. Cadiz, 1983). Cantaora Encarnita Anillo launched her flamenco career when she was a girl, singing and dancing at local events in her birthplace: Cadiz. Since her adolescence she's been singing solo at Andalusian festivals, sharing the bill with big names like Chano Lobato, Juan Villar, Mariana Cornejo, Terremoto, Duquende and La Niña de la Puebla, among others. As far as cante para el baile is concerned, she began alongside bailaores such as Rafaela Carrasco Read more on Last.fm
Encarna Anillo (b. Cadiz, 1983). Cantaora Encarnita Anillo launched her flamenco career when she was a girl, singing and dancing at local events in her birthplace: Cadiz. Since her adolescence she's been singing solo at Andalusian festivals, sharing the bill with big names like Chano Lobato, Juan Villar, Mariana Cornejo, Terremoto, Duquende and La Niña de la Puebla, among others. As far as cante para el baile is concerned, she began alongside bailaores such as Rafaela Carrasco, Andrés Marín, Belén Maya, Rafael Campallo and Farruquito, performing with all of them at both Spanish and international venues.

At the 2000 Festival Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla, the cantaora took part in several shows. On the one hand there was ‘Metamorfosis’ by Seville-born bailaor Israel Galván, a project they premièred at Teatro Lope de Vega. And on the other, there was ‘Colores’ by bailaor Rafael de Carmen. And lastly she took part in the recital from the group of Cadiz-born artists ‘Elenco de Cadiz’.

Three shows that left no doubt about the talents of the young Cadiz-born cantaora. As she continued to develop professionally, over the next two years she sang accompaniment for flamenco dance, forming part of the companies of Andrés Marín, Rafaela Carrasco, Farruquito and Israel Galván. As a solo performer her tour of Japan alongside Chano Lobato was outstanding, as was a recital as part of Barcelona's Festival Grec, accompanied on guitar by Chicuelo. Her good understanding with the Catalan guitarist was truly sealed in the spring of 2003 where they performed together on three other occasions.

The first, in the show ‘Flamenco en orquesta’ directed by Joan Albert Amargós and performed by the vocalist Miguel Poveda. The second, at Barcelona's Palau de la Música, where she shared the bill with Duquende. And lastly, on a tour of Japan, as part of the Miguel Poveda company. In 2004, Seville-born bailaor Israel Galván once again chose her for the project ‘Galvánicas’, performing in Seville and Barcelona.

As part of the Bienal de Flamenco, she took part in ‘Sevilla’, by Ortiz Nuevo, and she sang again for Andrés Marín in the project ‘Asimetrías’, widely acclaimed in both cases. In this same year, she collaborated on two recording projects: ‘No hay quinto malo’ (ARIOLA) by Niña Pastori and ‘Himno de Andalucía’ (UNIVERSAL). In 2006 she combined her solo appearances at major events such as the Festival Ciutat Vella de Barcelona and the Veranos de la Villa festival in Madrid, with her role in the show ‘Gitanas’, led by Rosario Montoya ‘La Farruca’. Read more on Last.fm.

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