Caminos Gitanos

Photo by Alicia Valero

Caminos Gitanos is an artistic and cultural theatrical production inspired in the origin of Flamenco. Flamenco roots started in India, it merged with the Arabic and Jewish culture and it settled in the south of Spain "Andalucía."

The show includes different artistic expressions such as live music (two flamenco guitarists, a “cantaora” or singer, violinist, palmeros, and a cajon player), Indian, Arabic and Spanish dance, Federico Garcia Lorca's poetry recited by Spanish actors from Casa de Espana, poetry in Ladino the language of the Sephardic Jews, paintings by Margaret Solomon-Bird, photography and audiovisuals. The group is formed by more than 16 local artists gathered for the first time to showcase their different cultures, schools and groups, as well as their individual talents.



Asia Society Texas Center
1370 Southmore Blvd.
Houston, TX 77004


General Public - $35; Casa de Espana Members - $25
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