What Flamenco and Jazz have in common is that they both share the uncertainty of “that which is not written”. Improvisation and mood are the common base of these two genres that emerged from crying souls. Musically they are very different but in essence they are the same. Mixing them together feels natural, and this is what inspired Paloma Pérez for “Lights on the Balconies”, a musical performance in which songs from the traditional southern Spanish repertoire meet jazz. The musicians that will make this special project happen are: Milan Verbist (jazz piano), Damián Álvarez (jazz percussion) and Paloma Pérez (flamenco singing and viola).