Final Night in Ashland

January 29, 2011

Just a few pics of our final night in Ashland, Oregon, after a week long stay of flamenco fun.  Thank you to Terry & Jen Longshore for the wonderful home cooked meal.  It was a wonderful dinner & gathering.

Monica Morales & Me.


Chris Burton Jacome, Grant Ruiz & Terry Longshore


All together: Grant Ruiz, Monica Morales, Terry Longshore, Me, Chris Burton Jacome.  I’m looking forward to the next gathering!!!



After the CBJ Flamenco Ensemble Concert at Pistol River Concert Assocation we had a late night of delicious food, music and dance at our friend and talented Luthier’s house, Les Stansell and his wife Mary.  Visit Stansell Guitars to learn more about his amazing guitars.

At Mary & Les’ house.

The next morning we stopped by Les’ awesome guitar studio. With Grant & Terry outside of Les’ workshop.



Chris is a proud owner of a Les Stansell Guitar.



We stopped by the beach in Pistol River before we headed back to Ashland.


It was a bit rainy.




Aahhh… that was fun!


“Somewhere over the rainbow…”


Getting closer to Ashland.


An unforgettable trip to Pistol River.  Thank you to Pistol River Concert Association, Stansell Guitars & Les & Mary Stansell.  What a wonderful time!!!

After the very successful CBJ Flamenco & Friends concert at SOU on Friday, January 14th, we traveled to Pistol River the following day for an evening concert with Pistol River Concert Association.  While on the road we took a pit stop to explore the Redwoods in Northern California.  Here are a few pictures from our time there.


On the road to Pistol River


In the Redwoods


Me, Terry & Grant.


Grant Ruiz & Terry Longshore



Hello there, Chris.



What a wonderful time!


Continuing the journey to Pistol River.  A bit rainy.

Flamenco in Ashland, Oregon

January 28, 2011

Chris & I just returned home from a fabulous trip to Ashland, Oregon.  The CBJ Flamenco Ensemble performed at Southern Oregon University’s Music Recital Hall on January 14th.  Included during our time in Ashland was a 3-Day Flamenco Dance Workshop  held at Oak Street Dance Studio, a Lecture/Demonstration for SOU’s World Music Class and Convocation Performance.  Below are a few highlights of our trip!


Getting ready for the flamenco dance workshop.


Terry & Chris during tech.


Marimba rehearsal.


A smile from Monica right before the concert at SOU.


From L to R: Terry Longshore, Me, Chris Jacome, Monica Morales & Grant Ruiz


The Marimba Flamenco Group


Right after the concert at SOU.


Joe, Monica, Jen & Terry


We had an awesome time.  Thank you to Dr. Terry Longshore for coordinating the concert at SOU.  Thank you to Grant Ruiz & Monica Morales for your talents & collaboration.  The concert was a great success.




Tonight is the final night of the 3-Day Flamenco Dance Workshop that I’ve been teaching at Oak Street Dance Studio in Ashland, Oregon.  We’ve been working on the Alegrías palo.  Below is a pic taken after the class.  Chris accompanied the class with his beautiful guitar playing & singing.

Flamenco in Ashland, Oregon

January 13, 2011

I have a few minutes before getting ready to teach an evening workshop here in Ashland, Oregon.  This afternoon I participated in a Flamenco Music & Dance Lec/Dem for the World Music Class at Southern Oregon University’s Music Recital Hall.  Here are a few pictures before the event.

With Chris.

Music Recital Hall

Chris & Terry Longshore

Chris Burton Jacome

Friday, January 14th at 7:30pm

Southern Arizona Music Recital Hall

$15.00 General Admission/Students Free


Artists Include:

Chris Burton Jacome ~ Flamenco Guitar

Terry Longshore ~ Percussionist

Grant Ruiz ~ Flamenco Guitar

Monica Morales ~ Dancer

Lena Jacome ~ Dancer

Here are a few images from the SOLD OUT CBJ Flamenco Guitar Concert at the Silco Theater.  Thank you to Ray Delfin & Ray Delfin III for taking these images before & during the concert.

Brief photo opp during tech rehearsal right before the concert.


From L to R (Carolyn Holguin, Lena Jacome & Chris Burton Jacome)


Carolyn Holguin (Dancing)




It was a magical evening.  Thank you to the Silco Theater, Mitch Hellman of Alotta Gelato & Roger & Melinda Shaner of the Conservatory of Dance.

Photo by: CariSue Flores

Caption Reads:

FLAMENCO On Thursday, flamenco guitarist Chris Burton Jácome and dancers, Lena Jácome & Carolyn Holguin performed for a sold out crowd at the Silco Theater.  …..”Flamenco is a language.  It’s a musical & dance language.  To bring this art to Silver City, where alot of supporters still remain is a privilege.  We look forward to performing in October at the Grant County Community Concert Association’s 2011 Series,” says Chris Burton Jácome.  At left from left, Carolyn Holguin, Lena Jácome & Chris Burton Jácome


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