Looking forward to presenting Flamenco Amazement to my former Revere Middle and High School in Ohio on Jan. 6, 2015. Approximately 300 students will attend the assembly presentation. It will be fun to return and connect with teachers and share the art of flamenco with students. Can’t wait to get them involved! Thank you Heather Tilson Thomas, Spanish teacher, for organizing my coming, for your enthusiasm, and wanting to expose students to this unique art form that I love.
Marija Temo (guest flamenco guitarist and singer, and music collaborator) with
Miriam Phillips (“La Miri” a flamenco dancer and choreographer from San Francisco with a background in N. Indian kathak and modern dance) in
“Dance Rhythm/Sound and Space“
Dance Rhythm/Sound and Space will excite the senses. This collection of works includes creative and inventive choreography and continues the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies’ tradition of collaborations with composers, videographers, costume and lighting designers, musicians and other dancers. Read More »
Marija Temo presents Flamenco Amazement, a lecture-presentation of flamenco guitar, singing, and dance for children, teens, and adults with active audience participation.
I am looking forward to presenting for the second time at this school. The students are wonderful and I applaud the Spanish teachers for their enthusiasm and determination in wanting students experience a different musical culture. Thank you for the opportunity to share.
Location: St. Elizabeth Catholic School for grades 3-8.
I had another wonderful opportunity to perform as a soloist on the Zac Brown Band concert last night, 6/22/14, to 25,000 sold out seat venue at Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, VA. Thank you Zac Brown! Special thanks to Andy Sapp of Southern Reel for this amazing photo!
Location: Boneyard Studios – Tiny House Community Boneyard Studios, 21 Evarts St NE. (Please park on North Capitol Street or on a side street a couple blocks away. If biking, you can bring your bike onto the lot.)
Date: Sunday, May 18, 2014 Time: 6:00 pm (Music will begin promptly at 6:30 and the musicians will play a 40-minute set) Cost: Suggested donation of $5-10 for the musicians and BYOB
Note: They only have seating for about twenty people, but will have blankets on the lawn as well. If you definitely want a seat, arrive early or bring a camp chair. They have limited bathroom facilities.
About the Musicians:
Seamlessly crossing boundaries between flamenco, jazz and rock, Marija and Max weave a musical web that takes you from Andalucia to Moscow, from New York to Rio de Janeiro — and always back to Spain. Read More »