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Flamenco Performances, Theatres, Santa Barbara Historical Sites and Locations

The MainStage at Jensen’s Music

Flamenco night at the MainStage. Antonio played guitar, Gabriel Osuna sang and played guitar while Linda, Cristina, Amanda, Talia, Cari, Corrie and Anais danced the night away.

This was the first MainStage performance of the season. Flamenco night is now scheduled to continue each and every first Saturday of the month.

Dancing in the Street

Santa Barbara celebrating Dance Day, a series of enticing and unique public dance performances directed by accomplished local choreographers. While strolling down State Street, at the corner of State and Carrillo, you may have enjoyed seeing Linda and her dancers perform in front of Saks Fifth Avenue. 

Just before their performance all the girls attended the Spirit Luncheon held by Old Spanish Days at the Carriage Museum.

Los Farruco Performance

Last night we met Linda, Amanda, Michaela, Sabrina, Vicente and Gabriel at Royce Hall (on the UCLA campus) for the performance of Los Farruco, a legendary flamenco family dynasty from Spain. Linda, who once lived in Spain, knew the family well.

We also met a lot of Linda’s wonderful friends including her first teacher, Juan Talavera. Although we were not allowed to shoot during the performance, we were able to film some footage, after the show, backstage at the Royce Hall Artist Entrance.

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