Flamenco Society of San Jose's Juerga: A Flamenco Jam Session
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The last date listed for Flamenco Society of San Jose Juerga was Saturday December 14, 2013 / 7:00pm (Alberto Marques & Company).
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Featured review from Lydia
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I didn't expect the first half to go so extensively into the student performance, but the second half with the professional dancers was fantastic! We really enjoyed it!
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great show, I loved it, the guitarist were really good, I enjoyed the dance very much so. Just wish they made it a bit more obvious when the end is coming, maybe get all the cast to come out together so we could cheer them up one more time.
December 14, 2013: This show will feature special guest Alberto Marques & Company, accompanied with a great cast of professional flamenco artists, in addition to the Flamenco Society's dance and guitar students.
The Flamenco Society of San Jose will host a “Juerga” (flamenco jam session). The FSSJ encourages audience participation. The juergas always include aspiring students, as well as music and dance from other cultures.
The Flamenco Society is dedicated to sharing its passion for the art, music and culture of Andalusia, Spain. It is know nationally for maintaining the ethnic richness of flamenco. It presents flamenco in its traditional and modern forms to the Bay Area community through high quality local, national and international artists. In addition, the society's educational programs of baile (dance), cante (song) and toque (guitar) are nationally recognized for their excellent curriculum.