As part of our collaboration with fantastic organisation Live & Local, we are going to perform in the Midlands in October, we hope to see you in one of the following shows:
Thursday 12th October: Dronfield Hall Barn
Friday 13th October: Piesse of Piddle
Saturday 14th October: Hartlebury Parish Hall
We also have another London date at the Green Note in Camden Town, on 26th October.
You can buy tickets here.
Another year, and another SOLD OUT show days before our appearance at Komedia Brighton, part of the Fringe Festival.
The 250 capacity venue will be full for a fantastic performance of Alma Gitana, where we will be presenting the premiere of our 1st EP with 6 songs.
This gig was at the Loft in the beautiful town of Winchester. The Loft is part to the Winchester Piano Studios, and they organise regular music.
Jason booked us for a performance, and we didn’t disappoint – the night was SOLD out and the audience enjoyed an evening of flamenco dancing and music, where we also performed some of the songs of our forthcoming album.
We received this kind email and picture from Jason:
Thank you very much for playing at the Loft; it was an awesome evening of flamenco and everyone had a really wonderful time. You are the best musicians (& dancer) we’ve had at the Loft so far!!
Thanks again & we’ll look forward to getting you back either later this year or early in 2018.
Cheers, Jason & Jo”
Thank you to everyone who came to see us at the cosy Green Note in Camden Town, it is a lovely venue and the first time we played there, the night was Sold Out.
We did a short clip of the evening, so you can have a taste of what to expect in our flamenco performances. The crowd singing “otra, otra!” is always the sign that the audience wants more!
We are very much looking forward to our performance at Green Note in Camden Town on Wednesday 28th September. Is the first time we are presenting our flamenco show in this venue, and we are hoping to be a good one.
Tickets are going fast, you can buy yours here
I leave you with this wonderful photos of a private performance in France, near Marseille, with a dramatic backdrop.
This was a flamenco performance for Christina and Nicolas’s wedding, on the 4th June 2016 in a beautiful French countryside house.
We performed some traditional flamenco dance and then other lighter Spanish music, and we had a great ovation from the guests, who were enjoying the war summer day.
Thank you to www.alextome.com photography for the pictures.
Today, a month and a half before our performance at the Brighton Fringe show at Komedia on Wednesday 11th May is already SOLD OUT.
Sorry for those who can’t make it, we promise to go to Brighton again this year, we always love it there.
Meanwhile we are working in some recordings, we are hoping to end our first album by the end of the year. Some of this songs we are already performing live…
Have a great Easter
Javier, Andres and Lourdes.
Our show at Thorpe Hall Golf Club on Tuesday 9th February is already SOLD OUT.
You can see us again live in South London, at the lovely Cafe Barcelona, on Friday 26th February. Tickets are £12 in advance. Be quick as it always sells out!
This year we saw Alma Gitana learn a lot. For a pretty new project, we are already performing in very interesting places. For 2016 we are working in our first album, and we expect to reach farther, with a show already scheduled in France!
Our singer, Javier Moreno, is travelling to India for an Indian singing retreat that will surely inspire him for the new recordings. After all, the Gipsys and their art evolved and migrated from that area of Asia hundreds of years ago.
We hope to bring you news about our recordings very soon.
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Another sold out and magnificent flamenco show at this South London cosy venue, which ended with an standing ovation.
Alma Gitana is gaining followers every day, and a Spanish “aficionado” pointed to us: “I have seen a lot of flamenco in the south of Spain, and I have to say you are really really good”.
Another member of the audience mentioned how this show, with the privilege of seeing the performers in such a close up, was much better than her recent attendance at another flamenco show in Sadler’s Wells.
Indeed flamenco is much more powerful in small settings, raw and mesmerizing.