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Romantic, Latin love songs with gentle flamenco guitar and smooth vocals.

2 MP3 Songs in this album (8:33) !
Related styles: Pop: Delicate, Latin: Flamenco, Solo Female Artist

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The songs here represent Marija Temo in a new crossover and fusion of Pop, English, and Spanish music with Flamenco influence. Temo combines her Flamenco and English singing styles with her Flamenco and Classical guitar to a Pop music genre. This CD features 2 songs, which have already received frequent television and radio air time on Spanish and English radio stations.


Classical/Flamenco Guitarist, Flamenco Singer/Dancer, and Conductor

Marija Temo, described as a âtriple threatâ, is widely recognized as a virtuoso classical/flamenco guitarist, flamenco vocalist and dancer, and conductor. She has come into her own, combining her flamenco and classical abilities, and on many occasions, artfully combines all of her unique talents in performance. She actively performs as a soloist with symphony orchestras, in guitar concert series and festivals, as a flamenco singer/guitar accompanist, and has been featured utilizing her talents in unique types of performance. She has performed for many dignitaries and with highly acclaimed artists, and has also received several awards. In addition to her versatile performance career, she is known for her teaching methods, educational programs, and workshops. Marija Temo plays a âMarija Temoâ Model flamenco/classical hybrid TM, which she designed with luthier Tom Rodriguez. Ms. Temo has also received the endorsement of DâAddario Strings.

Ms. Temo is a former faculty member of the Preparatory of the Peabody Institute, Johns Hopkins University, where she founded the Flamenco Guitar Program. She received her Masters degree from the Peabody Conservatory of Music, studying under Manuel Barrueco, and her Bachelors degree from the Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music, studying under Loris Chobanian. Ms Temo has taken master classes from many great flamenco artists, such as Paco Jarana, El Viejin, and Pedro Cortes, but intensive studies with teachers that have had significant influence include: Marta del Cid, Bruce Catalano, Sophie Ginn-Paster, Teo Morca, and Manolo Leiva. For more information, see

Symphony orchestra highlights include: Premier of âTango Fantasyâ, the second work written for Ms. Temo by Loris Chobanian for guitar and orchestra. (A composition that explores the characteristic qualities of Flamenco, the Argentinean Tango, and the Middle East.); Loris Chobanianâs âConcierto del Fuegoâ, a guitar concerto written for Ms. Temo in the flamenco style; Lecuonaâs âMalaguenaâ, which she performed and arranged (for orchestra, flamenco guitar, voice, and dance); âMulti-Talented Marijaâ, a Spanish program that she devised for Childrenâs Series, showcasing all her talents, including conducting, and involving elaborate audience participation; Fallaâs âEl Amor Brujoâ, which she has frequently performed (as a featured flamenco vocalist and/or dancer); Fallaâs âCanciones Popularesâ, which she performed and arranged (for orchestra, flamenco guitar, and voice); and several performances of Joaquin Rodrigoâs âConcierto de Aranjuezâ. Ms. Temo has appeared in Pops, Childrenâs, and/or Main Series programs with the Baltimore Symphony (with whom she has been a regular performer for their Youth Series, having appeared in more than 16 concerts), and orchestras such as the Calgary, Edmonton, Florida, Alexandria, Hilton Head, and Ocean City Pops Symphonies.

Solo concert highlights, involving Ms. Temoâs programs of classical/flamenco guitar and voice, and sometimes an additional flamenco dancer, have been featured in several guitar festivals and music and guitar series in the US and abroad. These have included: The First World Guitar Congress (where she was also a guest speaker in a symposium with David Russell and Tuck and Patti), Towson, MD; the Blossom Music Festival, Cleveland, OH; Solo concerts on the Zac Brown Band Southern Sailing Ground Cruise; International Guitar Festival, âWomen Guitarists and Composersâ Radford, VA; International Guitar Festival, Asunción, Paraguay; VCU Flamenco Guitar Festival Concert, Richmond, VA; Fairfax County Virginia Summer Series, Vienna, VA; LMU Guitar Festival, Los Angeles, CA; the Baltimore, Connecticut, Calgary, St. Louis, and GSFA Classical Guitar Society Series (Pittsburgh, PA); the Theatre at Washington, VA (where she shared the stage with Gene Bertoncini and Frank Vignola), and The Baldwin-Wallace World Music Series, Berea, OH.

Unique performances featuring Ms. Temo include: Performance on national television for GE Capital and Taylor Guitar Commercial, which received an award for being the top commercial in the industry; NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants), where she shared the stage with Rock n Roll artists in Annaheim, CA; Performance at the Taylor Guitar Factory in celebration and trying out Bob Taylorâs building his first classical guitars; Performances with Zac Brown, country singer/guitar player, with a flamenco intro and version to his âToes in the Waterâ grammy award song, Southern Sailing Ground Cruise; Interview and Performance for Flamenco Documentary, entitled on the history of flamenco arts in the USA, Featured flamenco guitarist and vocalist in "Man of La Mancha" with the Annapolis Chorale and Orchestra; (accompanying guest vocalists, Fatinah Tilfah and Shouvik Mondle); an arrangement of The "National Anthem" (for guitar, dilruba, voice, and tabla), which she presented at the Library of Congress for the National Conference on establishing the Sikh collection; âFuego Ibéricoâ, a flamenco musical set in cabaret style and centered around Ms. Temoâs talents, in which arrangements of Lecuonaâs orchestral music are blended with pure flamenco; Fallaâs âEl Amor Brujoâ, which she performed and arranged (for violin, piano, flamenco guitar and voice); Lorcaâs âBlood Weddingâ, a production for which she composed, arranged, and performed the music; a Latin festival, where she performed her flamenco/pop crossover music as opener for La India; âFlamenco and Lorcaâ, a program of poetry with flamenco guitar, voice, and dance accompaniment; Lorcaâs âYermaâ, for which she composed and recorded vocal music; her performances as guest accompanist with the Alberta and Cleveland Ballet Companies; and feature presentations showcasing Ms. Temoâs talents on Public TV in Ohio and Maryland.

Vocal and/or Guitar Accompanist highlights for Dancers and Singers include: Guitar Accompanist for Flamenco Singer, Manolo Leiva in Seattle, WA, and throughout the state of MD; Teo Morcaâs All Flamenco Dance Workshop, Taos, NM; Corazon Flamenco's presentation of "El Amor Brujo", Director, Irene Rimer, Birmingham, AL; Pasion y Arte âFlamenco de las Americasâ, Director, Elba Hevia y Vaca, Philadelphia, PA; âCafé Flamencoâ & âDentroâ, Director, Ulrika Frank, Washington DC and Rockville, MD; âSalidasâ, Director, Martha Sidahmed, Atlanta, GA; Toronto International Flamenco Festival with Hali Dale, Toronto, Ontario; Fairmount Spanish Dance Co, Cleveland, OH.

Special educational programs & workshops:
âFlamenco Amazementâ is a program created by Ms. Temo for children and adults in which she demonstrates all her talents and includes active audience participation. It has been presented in venues such as the Midpark and Berea High Schools, Cleveland, OH; Revere Middle School, Bath, OH; Collegiate School, Richmond VA; Backyard Theatre at Strathmore Hall, Bethesda, MD; the Harmony Hall Concert Series, Fort Washington, MD; the Prince Georgeâs County Libraries; Westminster College, MD; Arundel High School, Gambrills, MD, and in the US and abroad.

âFlamenco Communicationâ is a class created by Ms. Temo that explores what is required from flamenco guitarists, singers, and dancers to effectively communicate/interact, accompany, compliment, and improvise with one another through a breakdown on the structure of flamenco dance and song forms. It was featured for 10 years in the International Festival Flamenco at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, and reviewed in magazines such as Flamenco USA, Flamenco International (London, England), and Dance Magazine. Marija's method continues to be in demand in the US and abroad.
"Flamenco Completo" (Workshop and in Performance) â The Dynamic Duo of Marija Temo and Ulrika Frank (flamenco dancer). They have combined both of their teaching approaches and artistic talents to offer complete workshop experience that unites dancers, guitarists, and singers in the same workshop and in performance they present a program of music and dance which combines classical / flamenco guitar and vocal with flamenco and contemporary style dance. Fall and Spring tours have included cities such as: Managua, Nicaragua, Miami, FL; Towson and Takoma Park, MD; Vienna, VA, Long Island, NY; Atlanta, GA; Washington DC; The Plains, Charlottesville and Staunton. VAâ Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, PA; Bath, Novelty, Berea, and Mayfield, OH; San Francisco, CA; Hendersonville and Asheville, NC. Some highlight performances include: Teatro Ruben Dario, Managua, Nicaragua; The GSFA (Guitar Society of Fine Art) Pittsburgh, PA; the World Music Series at Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, OH; Long Island University, Long Island, NY; the Blue Ridge Performing Arts Theatre, Hendersonville, NC; BEBE Theatre, Asheville, NC; Live Arts Theatre, Charlottesville, VA; and the the Mayfield Village Performing Arts Center, Mayfield, OH.
Ms. Temo continues to offer numerous classical/flamenco-guitar and flamenco-voice master classes as well as private instruction throughout the US and abroad.

Award highlights include: a Citation from the Governor of the State of Maryland in honor of her being selected for the 2000 Maryland State Arts Councilâs âIndividual Artist Award in Solo Instrumental Performanceâ; an âAlumni - Achievement Awardâ from Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music; an induction into the Revere High School âHall of Fameâ, together with a music award named after her and entitled, âThe Marija Temo Awardâ.
She has performed for dignitaries such as: the former Spanish Ambassador, Don Jaime de Ojeda; the Crown Prince of Spain; former Vice President Al Gore; the Russian Ambassador to the US; the Princess of Thailand; and eminent dancer Jose Greco.

She has performed with artists such as: Lola and Carmela Greco, Teo Morca (with whom she has worked extensively as his flamenco singer and was invited to represent the US in the first Flamenco Festival in Tateyama, Japan), Manolo Leiva (with whom she has worked extensively as his guitar accompanist), Sara de Luis, Juan Serrano, Paco Peña, La Romera, Oscar López, Antonio Vargas, Manolo Segura, Jose Fernandez, La Conja, Jesus Montoya, and Carlota Santana. Ms. Temo has performed with numerous flamenco dancers and companies, and has accompanied in workshops, artists such as: La Tati and La Farruquita.

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