PROJECTS

Flamenco Americana

Photo credit: Mateusz Wisniewski

Photo credit: Mateusz Wisniewski

Kati brings the soul of American classics and jazz to flamenco passion. By bringing these two styles together, she seeks to further the cultural diversity which characterizes them both. With the intricate rhythms, guitar and vocals of flamenco, traditional American songs gain new perspective and depth. Her project reflects the diversity of cultures involved with flamenco today and aims to bring traditional flamenco elements to a wider audience with songs and pieces that the public connects with.

Video clips can be found in the 'Flamenco Fusion' page.

Booking information can be found in the contacts page.

De Cobre

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Photo credit: Anikò Bòzsa

De Cobre is a Gipsy Flamenco Fusion project where music and dance get entangled in a union that is full of influences and contrasts. María Keck dances, sings and directs De Cobre. This Hungarian artist, originally from Serbia, composes the songs that give life to the show including the taste of Hungarian and Gypsy folklore from Eastern Europe. For more information, visit the De Cobre webpage at: http://mariakeck.com/en/decobre.html 

Video clips can be found in the 'Flamenco Fusion' page.

Booking information can be found in the contacts page.

Kati y Miguel

Photo credit: Paco Manzano

Photo credit: Paco Manzano

Kati Golenko (guitar and vocals) and Miguel Reyes JIMÉNEZ (percussion), share a passion for traditional flamenco pieces and bringing flamenco to a wider audience. Their repertoire includes traditional flamenco compositions by flamenco masters such as Paco de Lucía, Moraíto, and Vicente Amigo as well as original compositions and fusions with other musical genres.

Video clips can be found in the 'Traditional Flamenco' page and the 'Flamenco Fusion' page.

Booking information can be found in the contacts page.

Traditional Flamenco cuadro

Photo credit: Mareike Nissen

Photo credit: Mareike Nissen

Kati Golenko performs with traditional flamenco dance troupes based in Madrid. This type of show is ideal for concerts, restaurant/ bar gigs, corporate events, weddings, and other memorable gatherings.

Video clips can be found in the 'Traditional Flamenco' page.

Booking information can be found in the contacts page.

 

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