Flamenco Intimo, 2021

Flamenco íntimo at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

Back for a fourth season by popular demand! We are excited to return to share the theatre with you! Flamenco Íntimo delivers a traditional flamenco experience: a dialogue between guitar, dance and vocals that builds in tension and releases in percussive, musical crescendos, translating emotion into movement and sound.. Don’t miss Flamenco Íntimo, where the nuances, subtlety and artistry of flamenco are center stage.

The Flamenco Intimo series will take place in the intimate setting of Scottsdale’s Stage2 theatre.

Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
scottsdaleperformingarts.com
7380 E 2nd Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
480-499-TKTS (8587)

Click here for the press release!

Julia Chacón Flamenco Theater

The company was founded in 2008 in Santa Fe, NM under the name Inspiración Flamenca. Chacón is a former soloist with the Cuadro de Jose Galván in Seville, Spain, Maria Benitez Teatro Flamenco, and Flamenco Vivo. The company features international and award-winning artists performing on the prestigious Scottsdale stage. Click here for Company Members biographies.

Flamenco Íntimo Performance Schedule

Schedule subject to change!

FRIDAY, October 1, 2021 8pm

Dancers:   Julia Chacón & Martin Gaxiola
Musicians: Misael Barraza, Olivia Rojas, & Diana Schaible

PURCHASE TICKETS, $26 – $35


SaturDAY, October 2, 2021 8pm

Dancers:   Julia Chacón & Martin Gaxiola
Musicians: Misael Barraza, Olivia Rojas, & Diana Schaible

PURCHASE TICKETS, $26 – $35


FRIDAY, October 8, 2021 8pm

Dancers:   Julia Chacón, Martin Gaxiola, & Bernadette Gaxiola
Musicians: Misael Barraza, Olivia Rojas, & Diana Schaible

PURCHASE TICKETS, $26 – $35


SATURDAY, October 9, 2021 8pm

Dancers:   Julia Chacón & Martin Gaxiola
Musicians: Misael Barraza, Olivia Rojas, & Diana Schaible

PURCHASE TICKETS, $26 – $35


friDAY, October 15, 2021 8pm

Dancers:   Julia Chacón & Martin Gaxiola
Musicians: Misael Barraza, Olivia Rojas, & Diana Schaible

PURCHASE TICKETS, $26 – $35


SATURDAY, October 16, 2021 8pm

Dancers:   Julia Chacón & Martin Gaxiola
Musicians: Misael Barraza, Olivia Rojas, & Diana Schaible

PURCHASE TICKETS, $26 – $35


SunDAY, October 17, 2021 1pm – family show

Dancers:   Julia Chacón & Martin Gaxiola
Musicians: Misael Barraza, Olivia Rojas, & Diana Schaible

PURCHASE TICKETS, $26 – $35


friDAY, October 29, 2021 8pm – FLAMENCO LEGACY

Dancers:   Julia Chacón, Martin Gaxiola & Franciscia Nava
Musicians: Misael Barraza, Olivia Rojas, & Diana Schaible

This concert pays homage to Arizona Spanish dancers of the 20th century, Lydia Torea, Adelino Fernandez, Laura Moya and Dini Roman. Through their work during World War II, the Cold War, and the late 20th century these artists acted as unofficial ambassadors between America and Spain and perpetuated a long tradition of Spanish dance in Arizona. As the Valley evolved, they served to connect Arizona to a greater cultural world; to it’s Spanish past, and a modern identity forging a presence of American artists in international Spanish dance. In the show, choreographies inspired by the stylization of these crucial artists will be featured, with dancers who studied directly under each performing.

Julia Chacon will dance as she was instructed by Lydia Torea (who was mentored by Adelino Fernandez in the 1950s); Martin Gaxiola will dance in representation of Dini Roman, and Francisca Nava will dance representing Laura Moya. Don’t miss this celebration of 75 years of Spanish Dance in the Phoenix Valley.

PURCHASE TICKETS, $26 – $35


SATURDAY, October 30, 2021 8pm – FLAMENCO LEGACY

Dancers:   Julia Chacón & Martin Gaxiola
Musicians: Misael Barraza, Olivia Rojas, & Diana Schaible

This concert pays homage to Arizona Spanish dancers of the 20th century, Lydia Torea, Adelino Fernandez, Laura Moya and Dini Roman. Through their work during World War II, the Cold War, and the late 20th century these artists acted as unofficial ambassadors between America and Spain and perpetuated a long tradition of Spanish dance in Arizona. As the Valley evolved, they served to connect Arizona to a greater cultural world; to it’s Spanish past, and a modern identity forging a presence of American artists in international Spanish dance. In the show, choreographies inspired by the stylization of these crucial artists will be featured, with dancers who studied directly under each performing.

Julia Chacon will dance as she was instructed by Lydia Torea (who was mentored by Adelino Fernandez in the 1950s); Martin Gaxiola will dance in representation of Dini Roman, and Francisca Nava will dance representing Laura Moya. Don’t miss this celebration of 75 years of Spanish Dance in the Phoenix Valley.

PURCHASE TICKETS, $26 – $35