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FLAMENCO FESTIVAL 2010

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WORLD MUSIC/CRASHarts PRESENTS
From Spain
FLAMENCO FESTIVAL 2010
featuring
NOCHE FLAMENCA & Soledad Barrio
Friday, February 5, 8pm
and
GALA FLAMENCA: TODO CAMBIA
Featuring: Pastora Galván, Manuel Liñán, Belén López, Rocío Molina and others
Saturday, February 6, 8pm
Boston Opera House, 539 Washington St., Boston
Tickets: $40-$65
FOR MORE INFO OR TO BUY TICKETS ONLINE NOW!

http://www.worldmusic.org/concerts_event_indiv.php?p_seq=774&utm_campaign=FlamencoFestival&utm_medium=Outreach email&utm_source=link&utm_content=&utm_term=

Groups of 20 or more receive a 20% discount on tickets when purchasing tickets in advance with World Music. Call 617-876-4275 for details.
Now celebrating its eleventh year, the Flamenco Festival is dedicated to the powerful art of flamenco featuring the finest dancers and musicians from Spain.

Madrid’s Noche Flamenca celebrates the essence, purity and integrity of traditional flamenco. The company of seven dancers and musicians has been hailed internationally for its transcendent and deeply emotional performances and is recognized as the most authentic flamenco touring ensemble in the field today. Lead dancer Soledad Barrio has won awards from more than a dozen countries for excellence in dance and is considered one of the greatest performers of her time.

Gala Flamenca: Todo Cambia (Everything Changes) is a true flamenco celebration, featuring mesmerizing performances with renowned dancers and musicians direct from Andalucia, Spain. Gala Flamenca: Todo Cambia (Everything Changes) features flamenco’s most important and daring young stars: the sensuous Pastora Galván, a versatile dancer able to navigate easily between classic and modern flamenco; Manuel Liñán, a master of dazzling technique who is steeped in tradition and known for his dramatic choreography; the passionate Belén López, a sensationally beautiful and riveting performer; and Rocío Molina, the fiery dancer who has “become one of the finest soloists in the world today,” according to the New York Times. The four soloists will be joined by nine other dancers and musicians, including dancers David Coria and Jonatan Miró, guitarists Paco Cruz and Manuel Cazas, vocalists Jesús Corbacho and Juan José Amador, percussionist Sergio Martínez, and palmas Vanesa Coloma and Guadalupe Torres.

FOR MORE INFO OR TO BUY TICKETS ONLINE NOW!
http://www.worldmusic.org/concerts_event_indiv.php?p_seq=774&utm_campaign=FlamencoFestival&utm_medium=Outreach email&utm_source=link&utm_content=&utm_term=

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Always Be Dancing Accessible Yoga and Flamenco for Every(body). I am committed to inclusion. I bring inclusion to school communities, fitness professionals, Pt's/OT's, yoga studios and every(body) in between through classes, workshops, professional development seminars, public speaking, and guest blogging. I can create a program specific to your needs.

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