"Entre Cuatro Paredes
A Tres Orillas Navego
Donde El Alma Me Lleve
Paisajes De Locuray y Sueno”
“Las Tres Orillas” is created out of the personal necessity of introspectively portraying the musical and artistic transformation that happens inside someone every time the trajectory of the music-life journey requires to switch registers.
Though that transformatory route has the ever-present company of the guitar and the dancing waiting in unavoidable as well as inspirational paths, it's in the most absolute loneliness the change occurs, where one needs to go from one shore to another.
Manuel Valencia (gittar and singer)
David Carpio (singer)
Antonio Molina “El Choro” (dance)
DAVID CARPIO: SINGER
Art resolves mysteries that reason is unable to. Upon their call the apathy dissolves itself and the artist begins their search for truth in order to soothe their spirit. At least temporarily, as those goals result in fleeting shelters. That's why a singer from Jerez, of undoubtable lineage, heir to a solid tradition filled with atavisms, looks for something beyond his rich legacy.
He’s fought a thousand battles and offered his weapons to artistic projects that have demanded, asked, and conformed him in special ways. He's touched all styles due to demands of the script, with a strange cleanliness but without losing the echo that defines him and calls back to his origins. Therefore, David Carpio is a thorough singer, who has a sense of professionalism and seriousness that is difficult to top.
His hard singing, forged in La Plazuela and transmitted from one generation to another makes him a different artist with an ancestral echo to his voice. It can be confirmed that wherever David Carpio sings, Jerez and his neighborhood in San Miguel can be heard from his throat.
MANUEL VALENCIA: GUITAR en ARTISTIC LEADER
Manuel Valencia is gypsy from either side of his family. His father’s family is from Lebrija, the family known as Valencia, like the singer. His father’s full name is Valencia Carrasco and is also related to Guerrero, from La Macanita.
On his mother's side, he's part of the Medrano from Sanlicar. He also shares the last names Carpio and Pantoja, as in the folkloric Pantoja. Valencia, Medrano, Carrasco, Pantoja, Guerrero, Jimenez, Vargas, and Carpio. Eight gypsy last names.
Manuel Valencia (Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz) grew up under the guitar guidance of his most firm instructor, his uncle Fernando Terremoto, who made him harbor an unconditional love for the instrument.
As years have gone by, he's developed important qualities to beware of, becoming a safe value in the current flamenco scenery. There have been many artists he's accompanied around the world, asides from Fernando Terremoto, such as Jesus Méndez, Vicente Sordera, La macanita, Agujetas, José Mercé, and Gerardo Nufez, asides from Fernando Terremoto.
ANTONIO MOLINA “EL CHORO”: DANCE
He learnt the bases of flamenco from his father, known as “El Choro”, and continued his formation with Manolo Marin and Javier Cruz until 1999, when he won the II Certamen de Baile de Flamenco Joven (II Flamenco Dancing Youth Contest) in Huelva, organized by the Fundacion Cristina Heeren. Therefore, he installed himself in Seville to continue his formation in this school with professors such as Javier Latorre, Javier Baron, Israel Galvan, and Raphael Campallo among others.
He 's part of the companies of Adela Campallo and Rafael Campallo, Israel Galvan, Eva La Yerbabuena, Mercedes Ruiz, Manuel Carrasco, Miguel Poveda, Vicente Amigo, and Nino de Pura.
In 2016 he created his own company with the spectacle “Bayles de Jitanos” winning the revelation artist prize and touring in national and international stages.
He's created plenty of spectacle with his company including “Gelem” and “Si Dios Kiere”, performed in the best theatres and circuits of the Spanish scene.
VELO DE FLOR
Fl. ARBOL DE LAS PALABRAS
ENTRE MIS MANOS
A PUERTA DEL TIEMPO
DE LA RAlZ