Lola Flores

  • Blogs

    June 25, 2010

    El Cigala, Flamenco Legend in the Making, Plays the Gusman Center Tonight

    ​Flamenco, as we all know, is the quintessential style from La Madre Patria (the Motherland), harking back to the Andalusian gypsies. Fittingly, the genre has its legends. Names of those past, like Lola Flores and El Camaron de La Isla ("the Shrimp of the Island," no joke), pass with reverence fro ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 22, 2009

    Buika Performs at the Gusman Center on July 9

    Concha Buika is not your traditional flamenco singer. Originally born in Equatorial Guinea, she grew up near a gypsy community on the island of Mallorca in Spain --a perfect place for such an artist to lay her foundation. But hers is a non-traditional take on Spain's most traditional sound. Influenc ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 8, 2009

    Rosario Flores and Antonio Carmona: Parte de Nosotros Tour Comes to Miami

    ¡Joder tio!  ¡La ostia!  Do you ever find yourself longing to get in touch with your true roots and reconnect with the motherland?  I'm not talking about Cuba (or Puerto Rico, Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia, or any other Latin countries represented in our fair city). I'm talking abo ... More >>

  • News

    September 7, 1995

    The Girls Can't Help It

    Call it drag, call it nouveau vaudeville -- Little Havana's Teatro de Bellas Artes' Midnight Follies is all entertainment

  • Music

    August 10, 1995