The dancers of Jaleos Flamenco will heat up Mullum when they perform there this Friday.
The dancers of Jaleos Flamenco will heat up Mullum when they perform there this Friday.

Flamenco fires up Mullum

Flamenco is all about passion – energetic guitar playing and beautiful, sultry women stamping their feet and eyeballing you in a smouldering display of Latin fire.

Jaleos Flamenco is a dynamic, Brisbane-based ensemble that celebrates the passion and grace of flamenco music and dance. Simone Pope (dancer), Andrew Veivers (guitar) and their group will bring the intricate rhythms, dazzling footwork and raw energy of flamenco to the Mullum Civic Hall this Friday, March 26.

Simone’s discovery of flamenco music and dance began in 1990. After training with some of the best flamenco dancers in Australia, Simone took her first trip to Spain in 1998 to dedicate herself to the art of flamenco.

Andrew Veivers has been performing, teaching and studying the Spanish guitar for many years. After graduating with a Bachelor of Music in Australia he spent three years studying and performing in London, Madrid and Amsterdam. He has appeared at venues and festivals all over the world.

Tickets are $25/20 pre-paid (www.ku

promotions.oztix.com.au) or $30 at the door.

Feel the heat from 8pm.


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