Remedios Amaya was a muse of cantaor Camarón, and like a second mother to him, even though she was born 16 years after him. Indeed, many have described Amaya herself as the Camarona of Triana (Triana is the Seville neighbourhood where she was born) as one of the people who most inspired the maestro. She was baptised Dolores, but everyone calls her Remedios, and she's one of the few cantaoras who still practises the complex art of angels and flamenco duendes. The legend returns. the Camarona returns, to perform a recital accompanied by her support combo, formed by Juan Diego on guitar, Alejandro Amaya on percussion, Luís Amaya, El Pelón and Carmen Amaya singing and clapping (palms, jaleos and cors).