The Flamenco Night at the Museum performed at the Phoenix Art Museum on November 30, 2011 and sponsored by the Latin American Art Alliance was a HUGE success, an AMAZING concert with The Chris Burton Jácome Flamenco Enemble featuring FlaMéxico with Olga Flores and Sal Gallegos!!!

Below are some incredible images taken by Felipe Ruiz Photography. Thank you to Latino American Art Alliance, Liz HernandezFelipe Ruiz Photography and Chris Burton Jácome.

Bernadette Gaxiola

Two of Bernadette’s students dancing a tangos: From L to R:  Esmé and Elise.

I love this photo!

Besides being a fantastic flamenco guitarist, Chris Burton Jácome happens to be a talented singer.  I just assume most people know this about him.  Also in the background is another great talent, Sal Gallegos, who sang the introduction to my piece.

Martin Gaxiola

Thank you once again to Liz Hernandez, the Latin American Art Alliance, Felipe Ruiz Photography and Chris Burton Jácome.

Sincerely,

Lena Jácome

The Chris Burton Jácome Flamenco Ensemble comes together with Mariachi talents, Olga Flores and Sal Gallegos for FlaMéxico on Wednesday, November 30, 2011 at 6:30pm at the Phoenix Art Museum.  For more information and to purchase tickets please visit:

www.LAAA-PHXART.com

Sincerely,

Lena Jácome

The 3rd Annual Tucson Spanish and Flamenco Festival presented by Casa Vicente took place from September 22 – 25, 2011. Jason and Mele Martinez of Flamenco Del Pueblo Viejo have been coordinating the flamenco agenda for the festival since it’s inception and the event has been growing every year with an impressive list of nationally and internationally touring flamenco artists.

 FlaMéxico, Chris Burton Jácome‘s brainchild debuted on September 25, 2011. Here are a few images of FlaMéxico featuring Mariachi singers, Olga Flores and Sal Gallegos with the Chris Burton Jácome Flamenco Ensemble.

L to R: Lena Jácome, Adrian Goldenthal, Chris Burton Jácome, Martin Gaxiola, Kris Hill, Sal Gallegos and Olga Flores.

Thank you  to Jason and Mele Martinez of Flamenco del Pueblo Viejo and Casa Vicente.

Sincerely,

Lena Jácome

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