The Father, Son and Holy Ghost for how I Deconstruct the 12 in Bulerias

  • Austin J. Hubert
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  • December 22, 2016
  •   When most non-Spaniards, and those new to Flamenco pick up the guitar, the first thing they are consumed by is the concept of the 12 and in turn, starting on the 12. I guess it’s not their fault. I realized that it’s the way it’s taught by a lot of folks, Spaniards included, and […]

    Flamenco Renacimiento for el Moro…Fin de Verano 2016… Part 1

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  • September 22, 2016
  • On this first day of Fall, I’m feeling melancholic and a bit of anxiety regarding the events of about three weeks ago. Every Labor Day weekend, there’s a big Flamenco Fiesta/Juerga/Party/Strike that takes place here in San Diego. The first one that I ever attended was back in 1993, after I got back from Spain. […]

    Expanding Horizons or Maybe I’m just Coming Home

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  • May 13, 2016
  • Last night I forego a much needed tennis match and instead went to sit in on Rumba class lead by Silfredo La O: https://www.facebook.com/silfredo.lao?fref=ts, one of the Cuban dance instructors. I arrived early, as is my nature, and Silfredo and I worked on some things that he wanted me to focus on while playing. It […]