Calo Flamenco at BYU’s De Jong Concert Hall

March 25, 2010

Hello All!  I just returned home from a fabulous trip to Provo, Utah with my Calo Flamenco Family.  Enjoy the pics of my few days at Brigham Young University’s De Jong Concert Hall where Calo Flamenco performed on Tuesday Evening, March 23rd.

De Jong Concert Hall

The eve of the concert working on sound

My good friend & amazing stage manager/lighting designer, Casey Blake

The musicians during sound tech.

(Above From L to R): Jen Mayer~ Violinist, Kris Hill~ Percussionist, Adrian Goldenthal~Bassist, Chris Burton Jacome~Musical Director/Flamenco Guitarist, Olivia Rojas~Singer

Sound Check

The beautiful Olivia Rojas

Molly Thomas & Bernadette Gaxiola testing the sound for palmas

Chris standing outside the theatre as we depart for dinner



Enjoying some down time at Pizza Pie Cafe

Morning of the concert

Jen & Adrian

Chris during theatre rehearsal


Rehearsing ‘Ritmo Canix’

Staging & lighting tech

Lunch Break.  Woo-hoo.

Backstage before lunch

Martin being interviewed by the on campus Spanish TV Station at BYU

Dancer, Julia Terrel, during her interview with the TV Station



Backstage with Olivia & Julie during a run through of the show

A wonderful pre-show dinner in the green room

After the concert with Jen & Julie

Adrian & Megan

Bern, Olivia & Molly

Kris & Martin

Sunrise on it's way as we caravan to the Salt Lake City Airport

Great time, great people. Until next time...

Please visit Calo Flamenco for upcoming concerts & projects.

Visit: Chris Burton Jacome for upcoming CD Release Concerts regarding his 4th CD entitled ‘LEVANTO’.  Music is based on Calo Flamenco’s live production of Levanto.

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