Julia Chacon Flamenco Theater

Flamenco Intimo Returns to Scottsdale, October, 2019

Misael Barraza Diaz, Musical Director

Back by popular demand, Flamenco Intimo is launching a second season at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, performing every Friday and Saturday night of October, 2019.

Among the most prestigious performing arts organizations in Arizona, SCPA is the first to offer a flamenco series on their season programming.

Director, Julia Chacon, will work with Misael Barraza Diaz as Musical Director. Other artists include Martin Gaxiola, Ioannis Goudelis, Olivia Rojas, Carlos Montufar, Gaetano, and others.

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New Flamenco Class for Kids Aged 5-7

Starting September, 2019, a new class for kids aged 5-7 begins in Scottsdale, AZ at the Scottsdale School of Ballet in the Scottsdale Airpark.

Scheduled Monday, 3:30-4:30 pm, the class will focus on the rhythms, corporal movements and percussive footwork of flamenco. Flamenco culture and children’s stories will also be incorporated.

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Julia Chacon named 2019 Artist in Residence at the Musical Instrument Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate

The Artist Residency Program at MIM brings professional musicians to provide unique educational opportunities for elementary, middle-, and high-school groups. The two-hour experience includes an interactive theater performance and semi-guided museum tour.

In August, 2019, The Julia Chacón Flamenco Theatre demonstrates how Spanish culture and flamenco spread across the globe, influencing music throughout Latin America and beyond.

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Julia Named Finalist for the 2019 Arizona Governor’s Arts Award

Since 1981, more than 200 distinguished Arizona artists, arts organizations, businesses, educators and individuals have been recognized for their passion, creativity and devotion to the excellence and diversity of Arizona’s arts and cultural community.

The Governor’s Arts Awards event is much more than a tradition. The awards reflect more than three decades of the best in Arizona’s arts and culture community and the magnificent contributions they’ve made to our state’s arts and cultural heritage. Read more.

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Flamenco Classes

Based in Phoenix, AZ, Julia Chacon Flamenco Theatre was founded in 2008 as Inspiración Flamenca. The company mission is to share the art of flamenco; to inspire, educate and bridge cultures. We believe flamenco has the power to build connection, foster curiosity, and bolster pride in diverse heritage.

We offer performances, classes, and arts-education programs in the Phoenix Valley and beyond. Click here for more info.


About Flamenco

Flamenco is a Spanish art form with roots in the diverse cultures that impacted southern Spain, including Gypsy, Spanish, Moorish, Catholic and Judaic cultures. This unique mix of seemingly disparate cultures enables flamenco to resonate across cultural boundaries. Constantly shifting, this traditional art continues to grow through modern interpretations and international cultures.

Flamenco Community

Good flamenco comes from relationships built on trust, respect and confidence. The most successful collaborations come from clear communication between artists. In flamenco, one must listen, be present, be flexible and constantly be growing, improving and evolving. Our community of artists, students and audience members create this positive circle.

Julia Chacon Flamenco Theater is the only flamenco repertory company in Arizona. 

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