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Domingo DeGrazia Flamenco Ensemble performs on Saturday April 24th in Tucson

The CD-Release Concert of “The Bluest Sky” by Domingo DeGrazia and Beth Daunis was held today at DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun. Once again, “Outstanding!” If you missed the concert today, you have another chance this month.

Rythum and Roots Concert Series at Plaza Palomino Courtyard Concerts will be presenting the Domingo DeGrazia Flamenco Ensemble on Saturday, April 24th at 8:00 PM. The concert will be located at Plaza Palomino at Swan and Fort Lowell.

Tickets are $20 advance and $23 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at Antigone Books at 411 N. 4th Avenue, Grey Dog Trading Company in Plaza Palomino, and all Bookman locations. More information can be found online at Rythum and Roots, or by calling toll-free 800-594-8499 or 319-9966.

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Domingo DeGrazia and Beth Dauni Concert in Tucson – April 10th

On Saturday, April 10, 2010 from 1PM – 4PM, at the DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun, there will be an outdoor concert celebrating the CD release of “The Bluest Sky” by Spanish-guitarist Domingo DeGrazia and violinist Beth Daunis.

This amazing Tucson duo has created a collection of diverse and captivating songs, from haunting Celtic melodies to spicy Latin rhythms performed with passion and prowess.

Enjoy the performance, meet the musicians, and stroll through the Gallery in the Sun to see the art and architecture of Domingo’s father, the late Ted DeGrazia.

Domingo DeGrazia Spanish Guitar Band perfoms for Tucsonans at Tohono Chul

DeGrazia Spanish Guitar Band

DeGrazia Spanish Guitar Band

As part of Tohono Chul Park’s 2009 Fall Concert Series, the DeGrazia Guitar Band performed for Tucsonans on a beautiful fall evening last night. The concert area was covered by a canopy of  slightly illuminated trees, and it seemed as though the crickets were brought in to compliment the atmosphere. They too made wonderul music in between songs.

Domingo DeGrazia, and the DeGrazia Spanish Guitar Band were outstanding. They all have great passion for their music and the crowd loved it. We will be back to see them play again and you can too, as their local performance schedule is listed on their site. Domingo’s  Spanish, Latin and Flamenco guitar style is fantastic. He is also a very good story teller, and we enjoyed the story of how the band came to know Violinist, Beth Daunis. She makes beautiful empassioned music, dancing with the violin as she plays. The crowd really loved it. We know we did.

One of our favorite parts of the concert was Domingo talking about his father, and visiting the DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun each year and his father’s gravesite where he composes a song. He played one of those songs he wrote as a tribute to his father, Ted DeGrazia. He would have loved to hear him last night, and we think he did.

Happy Birthday Tucson at DeGrazia Gallery on August 14th

DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun

DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun

On August 14, 2009 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., at DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun there will be a celebration of Tucson’s birthday and the centennial of legendary Tucson artist Ted DeGrazia.

Visitors will be treated to birthday cake and ice cream, DeGrazia movie treasures, plus the centennial exhibition “DeGrazia: 100 Years, 100 Works”. Movies also will be shown by film historian George Hall throughout the weekend.

See a DeGrazia Gallery Slideshow.

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Celebration at Degrazia Gallery in the Sun in Tucson on June 14th

Mariachi dancers at DeGrazia Gallery

Mariachi dancers at DeGrazia Gallery

There is an excellent article in the Arizona Daily Star about the late Tucson Artist, Ted DeGrazia.

On June 14th, next weekend, the Degrazia Gallery in the Sun he crafted from adobe blocks will be celebrating what would have been DeGrazia’s 100th birthday. There will be music, food and a retrospective of his work.

Enjoy our slideshows of this wonderful place:

Degrazia Gallery in the Sun – Slideshow #1
Degrazia Gallery in the Sun – Slideshow #2

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