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September 2010— Potaje performed at KQED Public Broadcasting Center for the Latino Heritage Month Awards

 

April 2010— The White Barn in St Helena, the Sonoma Mission Chapel and the Glasser Center (UUCRS) in Santa Rosa

 

November 2009— Potaje with special guest: flamenco bassist Mariano Martos, pianist Allison Lovejoy and dancers from Cuadro Aljibe; at CMC

 

September 2009— Chamber Music Day at Old First Church

 

February 2009— Potaje celebrates the release of the CD FLAMENCO CAT at La Peña

 

October 2008— FLAMENCO CAT, CD release party at CMC

Watch/Listen – “Flamenco Cat”

Watch/Listen – “Charanga Flamenca”

 

December 1996— New Year’s Eve at Bolero in Larkspur

 

October 1996— Sand Castle Classic

 

April 1996— Potaje records two pieces by Chus Alonso: Migajas  and Tarareando, based on La Tarara, a traditional Andalusian melody. Musicians: Lichi Fuentes, voice; Chus Alonso, flute and guitar; Tregar Otton, violins; Guillermo Céspedes, tres; Kash Killion, cello; and Sage Baggott, percussion. Recorded in the studio of Oscar Autié.

 

 

May 1996— Mosconi Center in San Francisco

 

July 1993— American Festival in San Jose

 

June 1993— Potaje’s official debut at La Peña Cultural Center

 

May 1993— THE PASSION OF FLAMENCO, Potaje participated in this flamenco show led by guitarist Guillermo Rios and flamenco dancer La Tania, in Monterey

 

February 1993— Potaje’s first recording, a collaboration project with flamenco guitarist Guillermo Rios. “Ventolera”, by Guillermo Rios, arranged by Chus Alonso, appeared in the CD Soul of Spain by Guillermo Rios.

“Ventolera” (fragment)

 

December 1992- Potaje was founded