Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) April 15, 2012
SantaFe.com "Featured Business" La Boca delivers Flamenco guitar legend Chuscales, starting at 7 p.m., Mon. April 16. There is no cover charge. A native of Antequera, Spain, Chuscales grew up in a traditional gypsy family well known for its professional musicians and dancers. His grandmother was among those who lived in the caves of Sacromonte, one of the legendary cradles of flamenco. Chusco began guitar lessons at age six under the instruction of his uncle Joaquín Fajardo & Maestro Agustinillo, two prominent masters in the region where such greats as Segovia have studied. Whether versed in flamenco traditions or not, audiences find Chuscales’ music at once touching and exotic, his presence engaging and his skill as a guitarist simply astounding. A Chuscales concert is an experience that audiences take with them. He played the guitar for the prince and princess of Spain in Santa Fe in 2009. He has also appeared in films, including “Camelamos Nauerar” (1976), “Gypsy Heart” (1998), “Flamenco Passion & Soul” (1999), “Viaje Al Duende” (2009),”The Spanish Table” (2010) and “El Payo” (2010). http://www.chuscales.com
About La Boca:
Opened in 2006 by Chef/Owner James Campbell Caruso, La Boca is an intimate Spanish tapas restaurant in the heart of downtown Santa Fe. Influenced by his travels in Spain, Chef James cultivates synergies of authentic Spanish ingredients to create dishes both traditional and modern. Dishes such as smoky grilled eggplant topped with rich manchego, sweet saffron honey, and briny capers or thinly sliced tuna drizzled with blood orange aioli and topped with kalamata olives and smoked sea salt create a constellation of different flavors in every bite.
With the feel of a lively European wine bar, La Boca also features an extensive selection of carefully chosen Mediterranean and South American wines. At La Boca their knowledgeable and animated staff graciously guides customers to the perfect wine to complement their meals. La Boca also prides itself on being an ambassador of Spanish sherry culture, transporting guests to Cadiz in the crisp cool flavors of Fino or the deep fig-essence of a Pedro Ximenez.
72 West Marcy Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505. 982. 3433
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