It is El Titi de Algeciras who steals the show with his vivacious voice and sultry sensuality. Eminent in every elongated note is raw emotion and years of lived experience, giving audiences goosebumps and sending shivers down their spines.
Professionally trained classical singer Elizabeth McCall's hauntingly delicate vocals pair perfectly with the deeply masculine tenors of El Titi, the two coming together to form a dynamic choral duo.
Mesmerising audiences with their twirling tassels, ravishing red dresses and vibrant Spanish prints are flamenco dancing ensemble Kristy Manuel, Ana Otero and Laura Uhe, who release their fiery fury through their swift shimmying, fast-paced footwork and tantalising skirt twirling.
I was fortunate enough to be delighted to Romance Flamenco before embarking on a summer abroad in central Spain, and I found it closely mimicked the country's iconic authentic flamenco performances.
Romance Flamenco thrilled audiences at the Onkaparinga Arts Centre in Noarlunga for two exclusive evening performances at 8pm on Friday 12 – Saturday 13 July.