DC Flamenco Festival Dances into Town

DC Flamenco Festival Dances into Town
The 10th Annual DC flamenco Festival returns to Washington, DC with five unique performances from some of Spain’s leading flamenco artists.  Master musicians, vocalists and traditional and contemporary dancers share the stage while demonstrating the passion, elegance and exhilaration of Spain’s national dance – flamenco.   This year’s festival features not only established performers but a few newer flamenco dancers exploding onto the flamenco scene, including the sensuous...
January 15th, 2010 | Jon Rochetti | Read More | Comments: 1
Filed under: dance, Events, featuredarticle, flamenco, Lisner

Art Outings: Opening At Contrast Gallery

Art Outings: Opening At Contrast Gallery
... and then the next. Barcelona, Spain. By Regina Winkle-Bryan This month, however, Galeria Contrast will be holding their opening for the show Suite flamenco on a Saturday. The show features photographs by Canadian Robert Berlin, who began his career as a painter and then moved into photography. The exhibition has been described as: In Suite flamenco, Robert Berlin, has captured the images of flamenco dancers in order to study  the movement of the human form, later scanning the images Berlin hunts...
December 6th, 2009 | thebarcelonaguide | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Art for Sale, Christmas Gifts, Contrast Gallery, flamenco, Galeria Contrast, Robert Berlin

6 Must-Do’s in Phoenix this fall

... available from local merchants for purchase.  Cooking demonstrations, children’s activities and live entertainment from a local DJ and flamenco dance instruction make this a sizzlin’ event. Tags: Announcement, Arizona, Attractions, ballet, ballet arizona, Carefree, Cave Creek, chili cook-off, chocolate, cook off, Events, Family Friendly, fireworks, flamenco, Food & Beverage, gardens, Glendale, hay rides, hiking, Must-See Sights, Performing Arts - Theater & Dance, Phoenix, pumpkins,...
September 16th, 2009 | Heather Wright Schlichting | Read More | Comments: 5
Filed under: Announcement, Arizona, Attractions, ballet, ballet arizona, Carefree, Cave Creek, chili cook-off, chocolate, cook off, Events, Family Friendly, fireworks, flamenco, Food & Beverage, gardens, Glendale, hay rides, hiking, Must-See Sights, Performing Arts - Theater & Dance, Phoenix, pumpkins, queen creek, rodeo, Scenic & Short Trips, schnepf farms, Scottsdale, State Park, The Arts, wine tasting

Flamenco: Live and Passionate this Aug 20th, 2009

When people think Spain, they think flamenco, bulls and sangria….sadly (or not), Barcelona does not relate to any of these stereotypes. flamenco is from the south, bull fighting is almost outlawed here, and sangria is for tourists and those who want to suffer one of the worst hangovers of their life (take it from one who knows…never again I tell you!). flamenco in Barcelona Live When people come to visit, they ask, ‘Where can we see some flamenco?’ I tell them to forget...
August 18th, 2009 | thebarcelonaguide | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Events, flamenco, la cova de les cultures, live flamenco

Dorantes, Chiqui and the Barcelona Festival of Flamenco 09

flamenco 2009 I didn’t think the show would be sold out, and I definitely didn’t expect my jaw to drop when Dorantes and his group took the stage Friday night at the city’s flamenco Festival. Impressive is a vast understatement. I laughed I cried…I wanted more! The show opened with vocals by Jose Miguel Cerro or ‘Chiqui’ who was accompanied sometimes by a guitarist and other times by a pianist. Unlike some flamenco shows I’ve been to where I wanted to shove...
May 24th, 2009 | thebarcelonaguide | Read More | Comments: 2
Filed under: Chiqui, Dorantes, Events, flamenco, Pastora

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