Joan Maymi's musical career began in Puerto Rico at the age of 12 when she participated in a rendition of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" sponsored by the Puerto Rican Children's Theater. Over the years, she has sung and performed in both community and professional groups.  These have run the gamut from lead vocalist of ‘Colleccion Latina’ band (singing salsa and Bossa Nova) to founding performer with ‘Nuestro Teatro’ with playwright and director, Carlos Ferrari. Joan also participated in numerous community theater productions and Gospel and interdenominational choirs.  She started as a ‘cantaora’ for Tablado in 2001, and after an extended 9-year hiatus, resumed singing with the company in 2010. Joan Maymi has a rich and vibrant voice and a talent for musical interpretation that engages even those completely uninitiated to the styles performed with Tablado.







 Katie’s love for both music and dance began at the age of five, when she took her piano and ballet lessons. She played and studied piano all the way through college, and picked up playing the flute at the age of twelve. She attended the music conservatory at Lawrence University, in Appleton, Wisconsin, for two years. She danced ballet until the age of sixteen. Her passion for the art of Flamenco began during her five-year stay in Spain, where she taught English. Upon her return to Utah, she found Tablado Dance Company in 2016, began learning the art of the dance, and has been with the company since. She currently takes private palmas lessons to strengthen her knowledge of the flamenco palos and the rhythms therein.



John Major is an alumnus of guitar master classes of Julian Bream, Abel Carlevaro, Michael Lorimer, Oscar Ghiglia, and Humberto Sales and has taught at California State University (Sacramento, CA) and Phillips Academy (Andover, MA). He graduated Magna cum Laude in Music from Harvard University and has composed music performed in theaters and on concert stages of both coasts of North America. His solo composition, "Sea Changes", is published by Mel Bay in Michael Lorimer's "Composer Series". John always had a love for flamenco and after forty years with the classic guitar, in 2007 he gets associated with Tablado Dance Company and is since then he is been dedicating to ‘el arte de la guitarra flamenca’.