The Granada cantaora Amparo Heredia Reyes, "La Repompilla" won in 2021 the "Lámpara Minera" in the 60th edition of the Festival Internacional del Cante de las Minas. Her performance in the finals of taranto, farruca, mineras, malagueña, taranta, rondeña, seguiriya made her win the cantes bajo andaluces, cantes of Málaga, Granada, Córdoba and Huelva, and Mineras, thus achieving the highest award given by the festival.
Daughter of the mythical Rafaela "La Repompa" and the great guitarist Luis Heredia, and niece of cantaora La Repompa de Málaga, who gave a name to the Tangos de Málaga, "tangos de la Repompa", and of great influence on the current female singing that has to do with bulerías and, to a lesser extent, with fandangos, Amparo began singing at the age of 16 in Miami. Despite her young age as a cantaora, she toured most of the flamenco tablaos in the most important cities in the USA, such as the tablao Triana, tablao Cacharritos; and the cities of Chicago, New York and Washington. Upon her return to Spain, she begins to work in one of the most important flamenco tablaos in Madrid, Casa Patas, where she begins to make a name for herself in the capital and this led to her being sought after by most of the flamenco bailaores.
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