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 »
Marija Temo Solo Concert
April 4, Friday, 8:00p.m.
Marija Temo Flamenco Workshop
April 5, Sat. 2:00p.m.
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE and are held at the Covington Center for Visual and Performing Arts on the campus of Radford University, Radford, VA (corner of Jefferson and Main Sts. Radford, VA 24142). Read More »
2 Day Flamenco Communication Workshop with Marija Temo, Naperville, IL, 3/8-9/2014
A Specialized Interactive Workshop, created by Temo (for Dancers, Guitarists, and Singers) on what is required from each of them to effectively communicate and interact with one another through a breakdown on the structure of flamenco dance and song forms. Click here for more info on Flamenco Communication.
Location: Studio Ritmo Flamenco, 1212 Evergreen Avenue, Naperville, IL 60540
This Sat., Nov. 16, 2013, at 2:00p.m., a Flamenco Documentary, on The History of Flamenco in the US, will be showing in D.C.
I, along with other accomplished D.C. flamenco artists (as well as a mentor/colleague of mine, Manolo Leiva, who passed away last year) will also be featured in the film.
The director, Carolina Loyola- Garcia, has put her passion for flamenco, determined efforts in traveling throughout the US, and talents as a director and interviewer to compile and present Sobre las Olas- a story of flamenco in the US. If you are able to attend, it would be wonderful to support her efforts. Read More »
Marija Temo presents her Flamenco Amazement program to 700 students at Arundel High School in Gambrills, MD.
Nov. 14, Thursday
Closed to the public
Flamenco Amazement is a 45- 50 minute (flamenco guitar, singing, and dance) lecture-presentation for children, teens, and adults with active audience participation, presented by Marija Temo. Flamenco Amazement is offered to Elementary, Middle, and High Schools, Colleges, Library Programs, Retirement Programs, Children and Adult Music Series Programs.
Temo traces the lineage of how flamenco began and demonstrates emotions conveyed through flamenco forms. She presents fiery guitar strumming patterns and techniques, haunting vocals, and percussive dance footwork. Audiences participate in learning rhythmic handclaps, shout words in Spanish, sing a melody, try a few dance steps with flamenco accessories, and at the end perform it altogether. For more information click here: Flamenco Amazement