The well-known guitarist will be accompanied by a cellist, a drummer and a bailaora (a Flamenco dancer).

The Auditorio de Tenerife is a cultural venue linked to the Department of Culture of Tenerife Island's Council that is managed by its island's Minister of Culture, Enrique Arriaga. On Saturday, the 4th  of September at 7:30 p.m., it offers the show Caminos. This jazz-flamenco concert by Juan Gómez Chicuelo is a new project made up of typical flamenco pieces like tangos, alegrías, bulerías and granaínas. The tickets are sold out.

During this performance, Chicuelo's guitar will be joined by the cellist Martín Meléndez, the drummer David Gómez and the bailaora (flamenco dancer) Karen Lugo. The show combines freshness, strength and art, and conveys it with the same naturalness as the connection that is created on stage between the four artists.

With no singing, box drum or palms, the repertoire of Caminos is created from stories with Flamenco rhythms. From a nana (Flamenco lullaby) to a tribute to Djiango Reinhart, the alegrías are transformed with the cello of Meléndez and the bulerías with the drums of Gómez. Together, they envelop the dance of Karen Lugo who, in turn, adds new forms by dancing on the slightest whisper.

Juan Gómez 'Chicuelo' is one of the most important guitarists on the current flamenco scene and, at the same time, one of the most prolific and interesting composers of recent generations.

As a guitarist, he has accompanied singer-songwriters such as Enrique Morente, Miguel Poveda, Duquende, Mayte Martín, Rancapino, Chano Lobato, José Mercé, El Cigala, Potito, and Carmen Linares. He has also worked with jazz musicians such as Chano Domínguez, Carles Benavent, Jorge Pardo, Jordi Bonell, and Raynald Colom, among others, and has collaborated with the classical pianist Maria Joâo Pires.