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World Music Boston November Featured Performances: Cuban Dance, Flamenco and Tango! ¡Olé!

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LIZT ALFONSO DANCE CUBA

LIZT ALFONSO DANCE CUBA

LIZT ALFONSO DANCE CUBA

Saturday, November 7, 8pm

Sunday, November 8, 3pm

$79, $65, $50, $40 Reserved seating

(includes Cutler Majestic Theatre $1.50 restoration fee)

Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre (wheelchair symbol)

219 Tremont St., Boston

 

http://worldmusic.org/content/event_page/2991/lizt-alfonso-dance-cuba-

 Founded and directed by dancer-choreographer Lizt Alfonso, Havana-based Dance Cuba features 25 beautiful and technically superb dancers and live musicians, capturing the heart and soul of Cuba with music and dance from the ’50s to today. The award-winning company performs the Boston premiere of Cuba Vibra, a riveting, highly sensual display of Afro-Cuban dance, including the cha-cha-cha, mambo, rumba, conga, bolero, and more.

 

 PACO PEÑA FLAMENCO DANCE COMPANY

PACO PEÑA FLAMENCO DANCE COMPANY

PACO PEÑA FLAMENCO DANCE COMPANY

Performing the Boston premiere of Flamencura

Sunday, November 15, 7:30pm

$58, $48, $37, $30 Reserved seating

(includes Berklee $1 restoration fee)

Berklee Performance Center (wheelchair symbol)

136 Massachusetts Ave., Boston

http://worldmusic.org/content/event_page/3006/paco-pe%C3%91a-flamenco-dance-company

 

Exceptional flamenco dancers and a sensational band of musicians and virtuoso singers come together in Flamencura, a new production from legendary flamenco guitarist Paco Peña. Packed with intensity, depth, and raw energy, Flamencura is grounded in the present but also pays tribute to flamenco’s rich heritage.

 

 THIS IS TANGO NOW

 THIS IS TANGO NOW

THIS IS TANGO NOW

Friday, November 20, 8pm

Saturday, November 21, 8pm

Sunday, November 22, 3pm

$40 Reserved seating

$36 World Music/CRASHarts members

The Institute of Contemporary Art (wheelchair symbol)

100 Northern Ave., Boston

 

http://worldmusic.org/content/event_page/3031/this-is-tango-now

Formed by renowned, Tony-winning tango artists Fernanda Ghi and Guillermo Merlo and musician Alfredo Minetti, This Is Tango Now represents a unique approach to tango, reflecting an unconditional passion for the art form. Featuring a stellar company of 12 dancers and musicians performing the world premiere of Carmen . . . de Buenos Aires, this breathtaking new production of Carmen blends tango and flamenco with an original score based on Bizet’s beloved melodies.

 

 

Free preperformance talks with Boston Dance Alliance Executive Director, Debra Cash, 30 minutes prior to curtain in the ICA lobby.

Free post-performance Q&A with the company Friday, November 20.

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