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Juncal Street

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The word juncal defines those "aficionados" of the Flamenco art form who inhabited "cafe cantantes," where food, drink, music and dance sustained the angst and celebration of Andalusian and Gypsy life. But Juncal Street is no ordinary Flamenco show.

Juncal Street was designed to pay homage to these great "juncales," while drawing global inspiration from street art and contemporary urban dance styles. Its music mixes and matches Jazz, Rock, Funk, and Blues with traditional Flamenco, all byproducts of cultural melting pots. Juncal Street stands for a new direction for Flamenco, without taking away the essence of tradition and discipline that so distinctly characterize Flamenco.

Six incredible artists perform together in Juncal Street, all maestros of their art forms. They constitute a multicultural medley of North American, French, Spanish and Gypsies performers, including award-winning dancers Manuel Gutierrez and Fanny Ara, internationally-esteemed guitarist Jason McGuire, vocalist Jose Cortes, and percussion and bass by Joey Heredia and Tim Lefebvre. Juncal Street has performed in theaters, performing arts centers, and jazz clubs throughout North America, and was nominated for three Isadora Duncan Awards for Most Outstanding Music, Ensemble and Individual Performance.

Exciting, an avant-garde urban fusion, Juncal Street is a journey through cultures, past and present, exploring borderless territories of "El Arte."

SERGIO MARTINEZ SPECIAL GUEST FROM MADRID, SPAIN:
Sergio Martinez was born in Madrid, Spain, he grew up in a very musical family and started playing percussion at age 15, studied with Paco de Lucia's percussionist Rubem Dantas, and afrolatin percussion with Rogerio da Souza and Luisito Dulzaides. Soon after, he added courses in Hindu percussion with Ramesh Sotham and studied percussion and drumset in el Taller de Musicos becoming part of the Latin Jazz Big Band conducted by Cuban guitarist Kotan. He soon developed an interest in Flamenco music and started his professional career at age 19 accompanying top Flamenco artist touring and playing in some of the most important theatres: Paris Opera, Sydney Opera House, or Teatro de Real Madrid to name a few.

Combining a flamenco music dedication with learning other styles of music and its rhythms and percussions, Martinez started becoming a very versatile percussionist who developed his voice as a sideman for many bands, as a studio recording musician and also as a leader.
During this process Martinez has recorded for artists such as Enrique Morente, Jose Merce, Diego el CIgala, Jorge Pardo among many others; accompanying some of the most important dancers like Joaquin Cortes, Antonio Canales, or Rocio Molina in flamenco; participating in some of the most important flamenco, jazz, and world music festivals; and touring all around the world in places like Montreal Jazz, Monterey Jazz, Panama Jazz, and Womad in Adelaide.

He decided to audition for and won a scholarship to Berklee and in September 2010, he began studies with the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, whose artistic director is the celebrated Panamanian jazz pianist and composer Danilo Perez.

Martinez's knowledge in flamenco tradition has taken him to record for singers like Paul Simon, and has played and recorded with some important jazz musicians like Dave Liebman, Jeff Ballard, Joe Lovano, John Patitucci, Danilo Perez, Terri Lyne Carrinton, and Jamey Haddad
The word juncal defines those "aficionados" of the Flamenco art form who inhabited "cafe cantantes," where food, drink, music and dance sustained the angst and celebration of Andalusian and Gypsy life. But Juncal Street is no ordinary Flamenco show. Juncal Street was designed t...
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