Segura Mesa, Antonio

Antonio Segura Mesa, Federico’s music teacher. / Photo: FGL Foundation

Pianist, composer and free teacher of solfège and harmony at the Municipal School of Music. His musical vocation was manifested when he was only 14 years old with compositions for piano, some of which are preserved in The Granada Album of 1856. At 20 years of age, he is piano accompanist of the School of […]

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Scheroff y Avi, Martín

Martín Scheroff

Graduate in Pharmacy, poet and amateur playwright, press collaborator and support teacher of Federico and Francisco García Lorca at the Sagrado Corazón de Jesús School while they were studying for their baccalaureate at the General and Technical College in Granada from 1909. He teaches the subject of Literature and Preceptive. He appears with names and […]

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Rodríguez Espinosa, Antonio

Antonio Rodríguez Espinosa, Federico García Lorca's teacher and mentor in Fuente Vaqueros / Photo: FGL Foundation

Teacher at the school in Fuente Vaqueros. He was there for only three years with Federico García Lorca (from 1898 to 1901), but he maintained a long-lasting friendship and relationship with him and the family. He was his tutor in Almeria. Don Antonio was born in Gabia la Grande (today Las Gabias) at 49 Real […]

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Domínguez Berrueta, Martín

Martín Domínguez Berrueta

Professor of Theory of Arts and Literature at the University of Granada, whose study trips inspired García Lorca to write his first book, Impressions and Landscapes, published by the Granada printer Paulino Ventura in 1918. He was born in Salamanca, although due to the fact that his mother was born in Burgos, he spent a […]

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Consuegra Álvarez, Manuel

Latin teacher of the Sagrado Corazaón de Jesús School in San Jerónimo Street, now Castillejos Square in Granada. There, Federico García Lorca and his brother Francisco prepared all their high school studies while attending the General and Technical College as official students. The director, Joaquín Alemán, was a relative of Vicenta Lorca. Manuel Consuegra appears with […]

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Alemán Barragán, Joaquín

Teacher and director of the Sagrado Corazón de Jesús (Sacred Heart of Jesus) secular school , a private high school attended by Francisco and Federico García Lorca when they arrived in Granada in 1909. Joaquín Alemán was a distant relative of Vicenta Lorca. He appears as García Lorca’s tutor in the enrollment applications and other […]

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