Flamenco Pianist Direct from Spain: Rosario Montoya, The Gypsy Queen
All offers for Rosario Montoya -- The Gypsy Queen (La Reina Gitana) have expired.
The last date listed for Rosario Montoya -- The Gypsy Queen (La Reina Gitana) was Saturday July 16, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Get swept away with an exciting night of flamenco music and dance as The Flamenco Society of San Jose presents A Taste of Spain. A cast of some of the Bay Area's best flamenco artists will showcase this vibrant genre, which combines singing, guitar playing, dance and handclaps. Originating in Andalusia in southern Spain, this energetic and passionate style evolved out of the melting pot of the region's many cultures and is mostly credited to its Romani population. An improvisational form, flamenco brings together a singer, guitarist and dancer, who respond to and shape each other's performances. The result is an electrifying display of artistic expression. Learn More
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Rosario Montoya’s special composition skills and her passion and devotion to the piano have turned her performances into a complete pleasure and inspire admiration in those who have had the opportunity to enjoy of her concerts, where her brilliant and dynamic compositions become intermingled with the enthusiasm shown in the audience’s faces.
She is normally accompanied on the stage by a group of artists with a long musical career and rich entertainment experience, combining this way the piano and guitar melodies with the harmony of a string quartet, the rhythm provided by metals and the battery, the percussion strength and finally, with the importance of the Flamenco songs and dancing grounds.
Her art is quite different and special when compared to the traditional and widely known Flamenco, as she contributes to the same with new ideas, and provides a new horizon towards an increasingly appreciated culture whose art has strengthened throughout the time, receiving this way the acknowledgments for a work she has tried to improve day after day with the aim of getting to her public.