Menkes shoes sold

July 29, 2010

Thank you for your inquiries.  All three pairs of Menkes Flamenco Shoes posted on July 26th have been sold.

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Three great pairs of used Menkes Flamenco Shoes for sale.  All are size: 36 1/2 B (standard width). Contact lenajacome@hotmail.com or go to: www.lenajacome.com to submit your inquiry.  Price does not include shipping.  All sales final.

The 3 images below represent Menkes Elite Amaya style in black leather. Size: 36 1/2 B (standard width).

These are in great condition. Price: $89.00.

  • Hand-made
  • Manufactured, using high-quality cowhide. Leather, instep and lining.
  • Double leather sole with double stitching.
  • With Philips (rubber half-soles)
  • Twice nails in the tip
  • Air sole
  • 7 cm heel (standard)

The 3 images below represent Menkes professional 1 Amaya style in red leather. Size: 36 1/2 B (standard width).

Beautiful color and in good condition. Price: $94.00

  • Hand-made
  • Manufactured, using high-quality cowhide. Leather, instep and lining.
  • Hand-stitched leather sole
  • With Philips (rubber half-soles)
  • Air sole
  • 7 cm heel (standard)

The 3 images below represent Menkes professional 1 Amaya style in black leather.  Size: 36 1/2 B (standard width).

Comfortable, durable and in good condition. Price: $49.00

  • Hand-made
  • Manufactured, using high-quality cowhide. Leather, instep and lining.
  • Hand-stitched leather sole
  • With Philips (rubber half-soles)
  • Air sole
  • 7 cm heel (standard)

For inquiries please contact me at: lenajacome@hotmail.com or submit an online form from my website:

www.lenajacome.com

Palm Springs, California

July 15, 2010

I just returned home from a very enjoyable trip to Palm Springs, California.  The CBJ Flamenco Ensemble performed in the Annenberg Theater in the Palm Springs Art Museum.  What a beautiful theater, a wonderful audience and the friendliest staff.  Below are a few pics!

Annenberg Theater

Outside Palm Springs Art Museum

Chris

After the concert with Martin, Olivia & Bernadette

Adrian & Emerson

Bernadette & Chris

Martin jumping in the photo — of course! 🙂

Thank you to the Palm Springs Art Museum!!! We had a blast!

CBJ Flamenco Ensemble at
Palm Springs Art Museum’s Annenberg Theater

As part of the Free 2nd Sundays Series

When: Sunday, July 11, 2010
Where:101 Museum Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262
phone 760.322.4800

Concert Time: 3pm
Open to the Public

Photo Courtesy: Sylvia Hardt Photography

Chris Burton Jácome is one of the most in-demand flamenco guitarists in the US. Rarely is an artist capable of touching the hearts and souls of people of all ages, cultures, and diverse backgrounds. Chris studied flamenco in Sevilla, Spain where he learned how to accompany flamenco dance and singing from the best-known names in Spain. Joining Chris for this performance will be flamenco singer Olivia Rojas and flamenco dancers Martín Gaxiola, Bernadette Gaxiola and Lena Jácome with percussionist Emerson Laffey and bassist Adrian Goldenthal. Chris’ group is one of the most innovative and inspiring new acoustic flamenco groups in the USA.

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