A brief synopsis of an interpretation of flamenco by Albert Quesada and Zoltán Vakulya at Lilian Baylis, London.
As well as being commonly known as fire rocks, the word is derived from the Latin word ignis which means of fire such as the kind of burning fire like a lighter. The… Continue reading
I wouldn’t normally post about something that I had no photos for (the shot above was taken years ago), but last night’s performance of Danzaora by Rocío Molina has to be done. Taking… Continue reading
I missed Eva Yerbabuena through covering Nottdance, so Farruquito’s performance tonight was the first I saw at the 10th Sadler’s Wells Flamenco Festival. As always with the flamenco festival things ran late (or… Continue reading
The experiences I had in Huelva, during the first two days of this trip around Andalusia would have been a privilege even in times of economic plenty. Country representatives, those responsible for logistics,… Continue reading
“It’s Hondo” says Jackie. “Yes, Jondo” I reply. I’m staying with an old friend in Gibraltar while consolidating the information gathered from two days of research on the influences and growth of the… Continue reading
What an incredible experience! The people at Cerro de Andevalo and the beautiful environmentally friendly boutique hotel Narayana Casa Camilo laid on an extraordinary night. This traditional flamenco from the area – from… Continue reading
Both images: Students of Escuela de Baile performing in the School Spectacular at the Peacock Theatre Yesterday I was reminded by a very patient mother that she’s still waiting to see all images… Continue reading