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MESTIZAJE FLAMENCO EN LA MISIÓN DE SAN MIGUEL

Fernando Barros, Carlos Lomas y Devo Bryant en  concierto en la iglesia más antigua de USA, este edificio histórico que fue construido en Santa fe de New México, a principios de 1600. Las presentaciones van desde la antigua música árabe y sefardí hasta contemporánea, con una inusual metamorfosis de Federico García Lorca y Leonard Cohen. […]

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“Cervantes: A Quixote Quest with Flamenco”

Fernando Barros & company Experience Cervantes in a Voice Fernando Barros presents “Don Quixote” in a unique combination of Video, song and lecture. This song is from Cervantes’ poem, “Bailan las Gitanas,” well before the genesis of flamenco and the identification of the gypsies (gitanos) of Andalusia as an outcast class of society. Ironically, the […]

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THREE CULTURES IN PEACE

MUSIC AS AN INSTRUMENT OF PEACE In times past three dominant cultures lived in peace in Spain: Arabs, Jews & Christians. They shared music & food, creating memories for a sweet time between conflicts. With African rhythms, Sephardic and Arabic melodies, and Spanish harmonies, we honor this history in hopes of creating peace again in […]

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AUTHENTIC VOICE of FLAMENCO

On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8 at 8pm, LaTaberna in Santa Fe, NM presents three outstanding musicians who are unveiling a new approach to flamenco. The trio is Fernando Barros, flamenco singer and composer; Carlos Lomas, flamenco guitarist and oud player; and Peter Amaral, percussionist. With decades of professional appearances with some of the greatest musicians of […]

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POESÍA FLAMENCA en COLORADO

Natalia Perez del Villar & Flamenco Underground present three evenings of live flamenco music, dance and Spanish poetry. Flamenco Singer Fernando Barros Lirola from Granada, Spain, will be join us in 2 shows in Colorado Springs and one in Denver dedicated to the Flamenco Poets (Lorca, Machado, etc). To know more about Fernando please visit: […]

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