New York Flamenco NYC is at the Spanish social clubs in Manhattan and Queens, some restaurants and bars, and many theaters.
Every year, the Flamenco Festival New York brings a new crop of the best Spanish dancers and musicians as they start their American tours. The Flamenco Certamen is a flamenco talent competition of the USA. We have a couple of great legacy Spanish flamenco dance companies, and many excellent newcomers, from both Spain and the Americas.
The Spaniards think they’re the only real flamenco artists, but forget that we were once New Spain. The cajon (African Diaspora box drum) and rumba flamenca are traditions from the Americas that have become traditional flamenco. In fact, the wealth of Iberia came from the Americas.
Rosalía’s urban flamenco fusions have triggered a flamenco renaissance around the world. The Spanish dance is one of the proofs that for humans, there is no such thing as pure. We are the most beautiful mixes of each other. ¡Olé!
New York Flamenco
Sara Baras Brings “Alma” to the Flamenco Festival New York City Center 2023
Thursday-Sunday, March 23-26, 2023
NEW YORK CITY CENTER
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Flamenco Festival New York 2023 Fills the City with Duende
March 18-26, 2023
New York City Center
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Nélida Tirado Dances Puerto Rican Spanish Flamenco for the Latin Culture & Dance Fiesta at the Queens Theatre
FLAMENCO FESTIVAL NEW YORK
for Antonio Rey
Friday, March 24, 2023
Midtown East, Manhattan 🇪🇸
LATIN CULTURE AND DANCE FIESTA
Saturday, April 1, 2023
Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens 🇪🇸 🇵🇷
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Where to See Flamenco in New York City
New York Flamenco Festivals
- Flamenco Certamen talent contest
New York Flamenco Artists
Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana and Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca are New York’s legacy flamenco dance companies, but there are others now. We have great flamenco dancers from the Caribbean and South America.
- Arts Flamenco
- Bárbara Martínez 🇦🇷🇻🇪
- Flamenco Latino dance company
- Nelida Tirado dance company. 🇵🇷
- Sonia Olla & Ismael Fernandez 🇪🇸
- A Palo Seco apalosecoflamenco.com
- Arts Flamenco artsflamenco.org 🇪🇸
International Flamenco Artists
- Ana Crismán 🇪🇸
- Angelita Montoya 🇪🇸
- Alejandro Sanz 🇪🇸
- Antonio Rey 🇪🇸
- Ara Malikian 🇪🇸
- Arcángel 🇪🇸
- Los Aurora 🇪🇸
- Ballet Nacional de España 🇪🇸
- Blanca Li 🇪🇸
- Buika is a Spaniard who expresses the African roots of flamenco. 🇪🇸
- Carmen Linares 🇪🇸
- Compañia Eva Yerbabuena 🇪🇸
- Compañia Irene Rodriguez is Cuban flamenco. 🇨🇺
- Diego el Cigala brings flamenco back to the Americas with great collaborations. He lives in the Dominican Republic. 🇪🇸
- Dorantes 🇪🇸
- Farruquito 🇪🇸
- Gipsy Kings are a Romani French family. 🇫🇷
- Israel Fernandez 🇪🇸
- Javier Limón is one of the world’s leading flamenco producers. 🇪🇸
- Jesús Carmona 🇪🇸
- José Antonio Rodriguez 🇪🇸
- José Maya 🇪🇸
- Marina Heredia 🇪🇸
- Nella Rojas won the “Best New Artist” Latin Grammy in her debut produced by Javier Limón. 🇻🇪
- Niño de Elche is an experimental flamenco singer. 🇪🇸
- Paco de Lucía (1947-2014), one of the great flamenco guitarists. He brought classical and jazz into flamenco, and brought back a Cajon, the African Diaspora box drum, from a Peruvian tour. 🇪🇸
- Paco Peña (1942) is one of the world’s best traditional flamenco guitarists. 🇪🇸
- Rocio Molina 🇪🇸
- Rodrigo y Gabriela are a Mexican flamenco fusion guitar duo who started playing on the street in Ireland. 🇲🇽
- Rosalía, from Barcelona, triggered a global flamenco renaissance with her urban fusions. 🇪🇸
- Sara Baras is one of the world’s top flamenco dancers. 🇪🇸
- Vicente Amigo 🇪🇸
About New York Flamenco
There is flamenco tablao (flamenco bar style) in the Spanish social clubs, La Nacional in Chelsea, and Centro Español de Queens in Astoria.
The Flamenco Festival New York brings top artists from Spain to New York City, on their way to touring the rest of the Americas.
Many Hispanic families have their children study flamenco to learn about their roots.
Thank you Nélida Tirado for the cover photo. 🇵🇷
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