Here come the Zambombas in Jerez de la Frontera… Ven, ven ven!

The temperature has finally dropped to an Andalusian wintry chill and the arrival of Christmas is marked by the festive Zambombas, beginning in late November! Now, what exactly are Zambombas? They are traditional Christmas carols (Villancicos) sung in groups, usually in neighborhood gatherings, and in Jerezano style; that is, with festive flamenco flair... and perhaps, … Continue reading Here come the Zambombas in Jerez de la Frontera… Ven, ven ven!

Dedicated to Women: Saeta en la Iglesia de San Miguel, Jerez (International Women’s Day 2018)

I had been meaning to write about flamenco and share some experiences that may help you navigate through the dizzying number of shows and activities during the Festival de Jerez 2018 (23 February to 10 March). . . but you know, two kids and life have a way of getting ahead of everything else. Then, … Continue reading Dedicated to Women: Saeta en la Iglesia de San Miguel, Jerez (International Women’s Day 2018)