Internationally acclaimed touring company, Jácome Flamenco was formed in 2003 by Chris B. Jácome, Artistic Director & Composer. The company has held concerts in many sold-out theatres from performing to over 6,000 audience members at the Redlands Bowl in California to presenting at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City. International performances include Mexico, Canada, Spain and Indonesia.

Jácome Flamenco was an invited guest artist to perform for the Ibero-American Association in Jakarta, Indonesia. The company has provided instruction and performances for numerous schools, colleges and dance/music institutions from the Dance Network of South Dakota Conference to creating an extended long term multi-residency dance curriculum for the Baton Rouge, Louisiana dance community.  

The company returns frequently to Spain to teach, study and provide immersion programs for dancers & musicians. Jácome Flamenco embodies the true essence of what flamenco is and continues to captivate audiences world-wide. 

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The unbridled energy, inspiration and excitement of Jácome Flamenco’s singers, dancers and musicians take audiences on a whirlwind journey of Andalucía. You feel the rhythm, hear the song, smell the wine and see the beauty of a distant culture encouraging you to join in. The art of flamenco explodes onstage and audience shouts of “Olé!” become part of the experience, part of the passion of flamenco.

About The Artistic Director

Chris B. Jácome has played many sold-out solo performances and has worked alongside great artists such as Compania de Maria Jesus (Sevilla, Spain), musical director from 2003-2010, for the largest flamenco company in the US, Calo Flamenco, with over 22 members and in the U.S. He has also worked with companies such as Carlota Santana's Spanish Dance Company (New York), Tania Tandias (Wisconsin), Caminos Flamencos (San Francisco). Chris has been an invited guest artist of the prestigious La Guitarra California Festival multiple times performing alongside such top classical guitarists as Pepe Romero, Ana Vidovic and Roland Dyens. He has presented his productions at such venues as Jazz at Lincoln Center and New York City Center.

While living in Sevilla, Spain, Chris studied flamenco guitar with some of the greatest flamenco performers of this era including: Miguel Aragón, Manolo Franco, Juan del Gastor, Juan Amador, Juana Amaya, Enrique Robles, Segundo Falcón and Cristo "El Francés."


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