Coming Events
"Love, jealousy, vengeance, nostalgia, desperation, death, God, the Mother - here tragic destiny takes over completely, and words start to lose their everyday shape, becoming in effect a river of song, a mere verbal fountainhead of the most inexpressible emotions. The flamenco sometimes can translate its form of improvised song into something that resembles a cry - a cry, it has been said, not beneath words but above them, when words are not enough. For the soul speaks out in the cante, uttering its darkest most uncontrollable emotions."

- Carlos Fuentes, "The Buried Mirror"

Xianix Barrera - performances around New York

Thursday, May 24th at 7:30 pm
with Alfonso Cid, Arturo Martínez, and Laura Peralta
145 Avenue C, New York, NY 10009

Monday, June 18th - 7:00 pm
Inwood Park - 269 Dyckman St, New York, NY 10452
Pre-show screening of the movie "Blanca Nieves"

Friday, June 29th 2018 - 8:00 pm
41-01 Broadway. Astoria, NY
with Bárbara Martínez and Arturo Martínez

Saturday, June 30th - 7:00 pm
346 East Houston St, New York, NY 10009

Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 - 1:00 pm
Creative Cultural Center - 149 Christopher Street
$15/advanced - $20/door
Performances by my flamenco classes for students ages 5 to 85 years old! Get your tickets today! This one is not to be missed!

Friday, June 29th at 1:00 pm
650 West 187th St, New York, NY 10033
Culminating Performance for the SU-CASA Grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council

Alex Conde - Flamenco Jazz Night

World class acclaimed flamenco and jazz pianist Alex Conde presents directly from Spain ''Flamenco Jazz Night'' featuring music from his new album ''ORIGINS'' in collaboration with singers, dancers and musicians from Spain and the US. Flamenco, jazz & dance for a memorable night of high energy performance!

Alex Conde - Piano/Compositions
José Cortés Fernández - Cante
Manuel Gutierrez – Tap Dancer
Andres Abenante - Guitar/Effects
Hailey Niswanger - Sax
Luques Curtis - Bass
Guillermo Barrón - Percussion
Ruben Coca - Drums

Peter Jay Sharp Theatre
Thu, Jun 28, 2018 7:30pm
Expected Run Time is 90 minutes

Standard : $85/$55/$35

Each ticket subject to a $5 service fee.

Corazon de Granada at The Loft - 7/27

at The Loft at City Winery
155 Varick St, 2nd floor New York, NY 10013 - (212) 608-0555

Doors: 6:30pm
Starts: 8:30pm

Corazón de Granada: Flamenco Joven y Jondo
Three of Granada’s most promising young flamenco artists come together to create a show steeped in tradition and elevated by impeccable musical and dance technique.
These artists – as the trio’s name suggests – are the heart of Granada’s flamenco scene. The product of a rich heritage and years of formal and informal study fuse together in Flamenco Joven y Jondo (Young and Deep), proving that the purist roots of flamenco music and dance rest in the capable hands of this new generation of artists.
The trio made its U.S. premiere in in October 2017 at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. They have performed as featured artists at the Richmond Folk Festival and the Aga Khan Museum’s Duende Flamenco Festival.

Pablo Giménez (Guitar)
- The son of acclaimed classical and flamenco guitarist of Juan Miguel Giménez.
- He began his formal studies at the age of eight and concluded his professional training in classical guitar at the Virginia Eugenia Conservatory in Granada.
- His professional training in flamenco guitar is currently being completed at the Rafael Orozco Conservatory in Cordoba. It is the most prestigious flamenco guitar program in the world, accepting only a handful of new students per year.
- He has performed as a solo guitarist at such prestigious venues and festivals as Lincoln Center, the
Boston Guitar Festival and the Andres Segovia International Festival.
- He was the featured guitarist in the newly released documentary film Instrumental Places: The Granada Guitar.

Victoria Macias (Dance)
- Began dancing at the age of four and completed her professional training in Spanish Dance and Flamenco at the Reina Sofía Conservatory (Granada) and Carmen Amaya Conservatory (Madrid).
- Began her dance career at the age of 12 in the Maite Galán Spanish Dance Company.
- Has toured Spain extensively as a solo dancer and regularly appears as a featured dancer at Granada’s legendary flamenco tablao Venta El Gallo.

Alejandro Luján “El Gambimbas” (Vocals)
- Born into a family of flamenco singers in Granada, Spain.
- Since the age of eight, he has studied with some of the great masters of flamenco song, including Luis el Zambo, Arcangel and El Pele.
- In 2009, he wins First Prize at the I Pepe Luis Habichuela contest for young flamenco artists.
- He has performed on local and regional television programs and regularly appears as a featured singer at Granada’s legendary flamenco tablao Venta El Gallo.


Regular Performances in the City

At Alegrias en la Nacional
239 W. 14th Street (up the stairs)
between 7th & 8th Avenue

Alegrias La Nacional
239 West 14th St.

Click here for weekly listings

American Bolero Dance Company's Tablao Flamenco
41-01 Broadway at 41st Street, 2nd Floor, Astoria
(R Train to Steinway stop), Tickets and info: 718 392-8888 or 917-288-7996

For infomation about their upcoming performances, see

A juerga every Tuesday at Socarrat Nolita
284 Mulberry St, New York, NY 10012 ·
(212) 219-0101

A juerga every Wednesday at Cafe Andalusia
Jared Newman on guitar
Klaus Jekeli- cante

Practice your Sevillanas and bulerias while dining on tapas.
7pm - 10pm. 533 Ninth Ave at 40th St.
Donation: $10

Every Friday Saint Mazie
345 Grand St Williamsburg
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 384-4807

11PM to 1AM, 3 sets

Flamenco @ Socarrat Every Sunday
Featuring the Arte y Compas Cuadro

- La Conja- dancer/singer
- Pedro Cortes- guitarist
- David Castellano- singer

Shows at 7:30, 8:30 and 9:30

Socarrat Paella and Wine Bar
259 West 19th St. between 7th and 8th

Aurora Reyes and Basilio Georges of Flamenco Latino at Meson Asturias on Saturday nights

Shows at 9PM and 11PM

El Meson Asturias
40-12 83rd St., Elmhurst, NY 11373
#7 to 82nd St. (at Roosevelt), or E, F, R to Roosevelt Ave. (at 74th)
For reservations: 718-446-9154


Espiritu Gitano

Barbara Martinez