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The Rialto Theatre presents the "aficionados" of the Flamenco art form with Juncal Street, CBJ Flamenco Ensemble, and Flamenco Del Pueblo Viejo. Performers from Spain, Mexico, France and more mix Jazz, Rock, Funk, and Blues with traditional Flamenco. All ages show.
Casa Vicente, Club España, Tucson Flamenco Studio, and festival sponsors are proud to present Tucson’s 6th Annual Flamenco Festival! In historic downtown Tucson, this is a unique opportunity to experience flamenco and Spanish culture in a traditional late-night, outdoor festival atmosphere. With six nights of performances, including the 2nd Annual Guitar Competition, a tribute to the late Paco de Lucia, and musicians and dancers from around the globe, this year’s festival promises to delight audiences of all ages.
courtesy photo, Cuadro Flamenco performs at the Cabaret Theatre through this weekend.
Photo courtesy of Lois Greenfield, The internationally recognized Flamenco Vivo Carlotta Santana Company will perform "Fiesta Flamenca" at Centennial Hall on Thursday, Feb. 19.
Photo courtesy of Bud Strom, Cowboy poet Bud Strom will help kick off the Greater Oro Valley Arts Council's summer music series June 28 at La Encantada. The series will run through August and will feature a wide diversity of musical performances in genres ranging from blues to flamenco.
The Southern Arizona Salsa and Tequila Challenge has shaken up the summers in Tucson for three years, with 2013 mixing up to be more flavorful than ever at the La Encantada courtyards at Skyline and Campbell Ave.
Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance and the Town of Marana present free live music the first Saturday of the month May to October. Marana Concerts in the Park will feature some of the best local performers in the region, from bluegrass and country to flamenco and jazz fusion. Attendees are incouraged to bring their own chair or blanket to enjoy the show.
Domingo DeGrazia blends vibrant Latin, salsa, and rock drum beats with flamenco-infused Spanish guitar in an exciting Spring Concert Series performance in the Geronimo Plaza Courtyard at Main Gate Square. Presented by Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance, the free Friday Night Live! performances, coupled with delicious food from nearby local restaurants, provide a cool way to spend the summer evenings on alternating Fridays, from April 4 through August 22, 2014.
The sizzling Summer Series kicks off Memorial Day Weekend with Native American Music Award winner Gabriel Ayala. Gabriel played at President Obama’s Inaugural Ball, for Pope Benedict at the Vatican, and has performed at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum for the American Indian, and the ASU Kerr Cultural Center. His performance will include well known standards such as “Take Five,” “Spain” and “Caravan.” An accomplished guitarist with impeccable technique, Gabriel has melded his love of jazz to his classical and Flamenco training to create an exciting new twist to both genres which he calls JazzMenco.
Saturday's final Theater in the Park summer show in Marana explores "the relationship between Hollywood cinema and the Broadway stage," a release said.
The first Saturday of every month means music. The Marana Concerts in the Park began the first week in May and will continue into October at Crossroads at Silverbell Park.
The Greater Oro Valley Arts Council is venturing farther east than usual to the La Encantada shopping center for its summer concert series this year.
Tucson's second annual celebration of National Tap Dance Day is Saturday and Sunday, May 22-23, on the West Campus of Pima Community College.
Reno Del Mar, a dynamic instrumental ensemble will perform in Geronimo Plaza during the July 11 Friday Night Live! at 7 p.m.
The Domingo De Grazia Band brings its vibrant Latin sounds to Friday Night Live! Summer Jazz Concert Series on May 30 at 7 p.m. in the beautiful Geronimo Plaza, 820 E. University Blvd.
From bluegrass and country to flamenco and jazz fusion, a musical menu this summer is sure to entertain all tastes.
Presented by Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance and sponsored by Park Place, the Guitar Festival will include live music, Air Guitar Competition, giveaways, guitar show and swap, an improvisation jam, kids' activities, guitar orchestra and mariachi performances by local school groups, GuitART, vendors and exhibitors.
From jazz inspired by the Rat Pack and Ella Fitzgerald to gypsy, flamenco, tango and western swing, Foothills Music and Art Series is giving audiences a talented mix of musicians this month.
Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance, SAACA, will host La Encantada Performing and Fine Arts Festival with Westcor on Saturday, Feb. 5 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for a unique, one-day event, presenting displays from local art, music and theater groups.
Pascua Yaqui guitarist Gabriel Ayala didn’t always believe his future would be rooted in the music industry. A Tucson native, Ayala had originally taken on the guitar playing that he is now acclaimed for around the world for reasons that may surprise you.
A new partnership between the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance and General Growth Properties is bringing the sounds of local bands to Park Place Mall every Thursday through October.
This spring, Oracle State Park is opening for three days for a special event and fund-raiser presented by Friends of Oracle State Park.
Two days of family-friendly fun are planned Saturday and Sunday, March 6-7, when the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance presents its third annual cultural fair at the Northwest Campus of Pima Community College.