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october, 2022

06octthuOak Cliff Flamenco Festival - Barrage8:00 pm - 11:30 pm Event Type :Festival

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Come and enjoy the artistry of the All Star Cast of the Oak Cliff Flamenco Festival, in the back yard of Wild Detectives. The outdoor Stage from 8- 10 pm will boast a trio of some of Spain’s greatest Artists visiting Dallas for the the Annual Oak Cliff Flamenco Festival!

Singer Aroa Fernandez, Flamenco guitarist: Ricardo Rubi will join the infamous Jorge Pardo for an unforgettable evening of Flamenco Jazz straight from Madrid!!!

The After party begins at 10 pm – Midnight the Group will be joined by the rest of the cast in a “Juerga” or Flamenco Jam session, almost never seen in the US.
Come and meet the cast of the festival in a fun night of music and dance.!

“Memorias Flamencas” is part of Flamenco Fever’s ambitious Fusion Series. Since 2016. Julia Alcántara, company founder, has been co-producing with various companies to expand and educate the flamenco fan base in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She is pleased to introduce the internationally awarded Spanish jazz artist, Jorge Pardo, to Dallas. His sophisticated blend of jazz and flamenco tests the boundaries of both forms yet retains the true essence of each genre. The passionate blend is engaging and intense, using all the breaks necessary for authentic flamenco. Yet, strangely, no one has ever done an entire dance concert to his music. Ms. Alcántara dreamed of making this happen for decades as an homage to the genius whose compositions, no matter how innovative, never lost respect for the original genre.


– Jorge Pardo
“There are musicians that are masters in what they do, but are stumbling into other musical styles; others are able to mix languages easily, but only a few are authentic alchemists, those that know the nature and properties of the metals they want to melt, and know how to obtain through that alchemy pure art.” Faustino Nunez

Jorge Pardo is the Father of the Flamenco Jazz Genre. He is most famous for touring for over 20 years with famed guitarist, Paco de Lucia. However, he has played with many of Flamenco and Jazz biggest names. Including Camaron de La Isla, Chick Corea, Chano Dominguez. and more. He was Voted the greatest living Jazz artist by the French academy of Jazz in 2012, Received Spain’s National Prize for Curren Music in 2015, and has multiple awards for his solo work. 2 of hie 20 CD’s have one both Best Album of the year in “MIRA” for Jazz and “DJINN” Flamenco. He is excited to headline the Oak Cliff Flamenco Festival in Dallas. The Grand Finale at the Majestic theater October 8th will be the first dance show ever choreographed entirely to his music in his more that 40 year career.


Riccardo García Rubí is a arranger, composer and flamenco and jazz guitarist.
He plays multiple instruments, including clarinet, piano, electric bass and guitar. For his work in the realms of classical, jazz and flamenco. He has received numerous awards For his music Including:
The International Jazz Big Band Competition “Barga Jazz” (First Place)
VI National guitar competition Città di Fiuggi”(Second Place). Cat: Acoustic guitar
VIII National guitar competition Città di Fiuggi”(Second Place). Cat: Flamenco guitar
IV National guitar competition Città di Celano”(First Place). Cat: Flamenco Guitar
He holds a Bachelor of Art in Contemporary Pop Music Music Academy de Roma where he spent four years as a professor of Guitar, harmony, theory and piano. He attended the Conservatorio di Musica Santa Cecilia Roma and Laurea triennale in chitarra jazz, participating in the Biennio di secondo livello in composizione e arrangiamento jazz, Saint Louis Flamenco Guitar studies with Manuel Montero, Jose Antonio Rodriguez, Claudio Villanueva.

Flamenco/Pop Singer Aroa Fernandez: Aroa Fernandez Born in Madrid, current fusion singer who mixes the roots of soul-amenco-electronic elements, latin-pop and other world music and who accompanies numerous artists of the Flamenco genre such as Marina Heredia, Sandra Carrasco, El Barrio, Paco Ortega, Pepe Luis Carmona, Joaquin Cortés or Chico Pérez, and shares the stage with artists of the stature of Jorge Pardo, Carlos Benavent, Ketama, Josemi Carmona or Diego del Morao among many others. She recorded several fusion albums where she stands out “My soul is not for sale”, “Dem Dikk” Afro Flamenco fusion album and “Serrat Flamenco Tributo”, together with Paco Heredia, with the collaboration of maestro Tomatito, José del Tomate. In 2021, she was finalist of the Tierra de Talento program in Andalusia, hence Lunares Negros was born, a fusion project that starts from soul towards Flamenco, paying tribute to the divas of the music scene.

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314 W 8th St, Oak Cliff, Dallas