SonTres: Spanish dance show at Palau Dalmases

Spanish dance show I Palau Dalamses I Flamenco in Barcelona

Don’t miss the Spanish dance show SonTres in Palau Dalmases

Enjoy the Spanish dance show SonTres by Laura Morales in Palau Dalmases.

When? Mondays 11th and 18th of February and Tuesdays 12th and 19th of February at 21:30h

Price: 25€ (includes one drink)

Duration: 60min



What will you see in the show SonTres?

In this Spanish dance show you will enjoy the richness of Spanish classics by modernist composers Isaac Albéniz and Enrique Granados, as well as other sublime works by Francisco de Tàrrega, Manuel de Falla and George Bizet.

The innovative and original arrangements and the different dance styles are the essence that create a fresh and renewing show in every sense. It is a captivating show that introduces you, through music and dance, to the flamenco rhythms immersed in Spanish classical music and in which the piano, the violin, the castanets and flamenco dance are the protagonists.

SonTres’ new cast of artists
The show presents a new formation of first class musicians who accompany the dancer Laura Morales.

Yoko Suzuki – Piano

Yoko Suzuki is a pianist born in Tokyo who began her piano training at the age of three. She has given concerts in various locations in Europe, the United States, Malaysia, Cameroon and Japan as a soloist and also with orchestras, with chamber music and accompanying dance groups and Flamenco “dancers”.

In 2001 she moved to Barcelona and joined the Marshall Academy, heir to the prestigious Academy founded by Enrique Granados. There she deepens her knowledge of the Spanish and the classical repertoire.

Vassili Lambrinov – Violin

Vassili Lambrinov is known for being part of the pop band Blaumut. Born in Sofia (Bulgaria), at the age of 7 he began studying music and violin with his father. He studied at the Folkwang Hochschule fur Musik in Essen (Germany) and has performed with numerous symphonic and chamber groups all over Germany.

Here he collaborates with symphony orchestras such as the OBC (Orquestra Simfonica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya) or the Orquestra del GranTeatre del Liceu and participates in various chamber groups such as the Quartet Dali. He also plays at multidisciplinary shows combining theatre, magic, humour and dance.

Laura Morales – Dance and castanets

Born in Barcelona and with Andalusian roots, Laura Morales is a dancer trained in classical dance, contemporary dance, Argentine tango, Spanish dance and flamenco. She began her studies with David Campos in Barcelona; with María de Ávila in Zaragoza and at the Centre de Danse International Rosella Hightower in Cannes (France).

Throughout her career, she has created several shows such as Me veo en tus ojos represented in the Sala Luz de Gas (Barcelona), Terrassa, Reus and on tour in Europe; the show Almas Gemelas, and now she creates SonTres en Concierto, premiered at the Palau Dalmases in Barcelona and also performed in different venues and theatres in the city.

Laura also performs at the Palau de la Música in Barcelona, as a dancer and dance choreographer, in the show María de Buenos Aires.

SonTres Crew

  • Artistic direction and creation: Laura Morales
  • Musical Arrangements: Yoko Suzuki, Vassil Lambrinov and Jaime Basulto
  • Choreography: Laura Morales and David Romero (two choreographies).
  • Costume design: Laura Morales
  • Costumes: Fina Garcia, Fernando Soria Muriel and Aguirrevestuario

The best flamenco shows in Palau Dalmases

Palau Dalmases is the ideal setting to experience flamenco in its purest form in an unbeatable and intimate atmosphere. Don’t miss the Palau Dalmases flamenco shows every day of the week. Get your ticket on our website in advance and enjoy the show!


Our artists: José Santiago “El Chote”- Flamenco guitarist

guitarrista flamenco en Palau Dalmases

El Chote:  Flamenco Guitarist at Palau Dalmases

Up to 5 or even 7 flamenco artists perform in our daily flamenco shows at Palau Dalmases. A guitarist, a female or male singer, a percussionist playing the “cajón” and finally, one to three female or male dancers.

If you have not yet enjoyed our flamenco show in Barcelona, you can get your tickets on our website.



Meet Palau Dalmases’ flamenco guitarist: José Santiago “El Chote”.

The guitarist, key artist in relation with the “tempo” of the show, is not visually the most attracting piece of it, but is in fact the spine of the artistic performance. He has to get along musically speaking, with the dancers, adapt to their movements, as well as with the voice and way of expressing each of the singers have.

Learn more about the flamenco guitar on this article.


This is why we would like to introduce to you one of our guitarists: José Santiago “El Chote”. Since he was a little boy he listened flamenco music in family meetings. But it was not before he turned 16 years old when his passion for guitar lead him in to the study of the instrument by himself. Three years later he started studying at “El Liceu” – Music School, when he was taught by Manuel Granados for two years. He continued studying later on with other teachers Juan Ramón Caro, David David Cerrezuela, Diego del Morao, Chicuelo, etc.


Professional career of guitarist José Santiago “El Chote”.

On a professional level, he has worked in different “tablaos” and flamenco places in Barcelona like Tablao de Carmen Amaya, Los Tarantos, Palau Dalmases, amongst others. He has participated in different flamenco festivals of Catalunya such as: Festival de Nou Barris, Infusió Flamenca, 30 nits de Sabadell etc… . Because of this he performed in the same stage with great artists like Luis el Zambo, Fernando Moreno, Diego del Morao, Marina Heredia, Capullo de Jerez, Parrita, Juan Ramón Caro and others.

He has also worked in other places apart from Barcelona, different flamenco dance companies as: La compañía de María Rovira in Carmen Amaya´s show, La compañía de Bajari Flamenca with Costi el Chato, with Parrita, touring Spain when presenting his new disc.

Listen to the best flamenco guitarists in Palau Dalmases live

We are proud to have José Santiago “El Chote” and his guitar and talent on Palau Dalmases stage. If you have not still had the pleasure to listen to him, come to see one of our daily flamenco shows for enjoying his art!