Flamenco Latino

Flamenco Latino teaches Flamenco dance, guitar, and singing classes at CCC St. Veronica and Shetler Studios.

Flamenco Gumbo II

The show is a bluesy interpretation of Flamenco with Solea, Tangos and Bulerías set to guitar-driven music by renowned New Orleans artists: Professor Longhair, Dr. John, and Second Line parade bands.

Flamenco Latino principals Aurora Reyes and Basilio Georges will be joined by special guest artists. Tap dancer Omar Edwards stretches the boundaries of the African-American tap tradition. Dancer/percussionist Jose Moreno adds electrifying energy. Percussionist Guillermo Barrón and baritone sax player Danny Rivera round out the group.

There will be four performances at the Flamenco Latino Studio Theater Friday-Sunday July 29-31, 2016.

Friday, July 29, 2016 at 8:00 pm
Saturday, July 30 at 3:00 and 8:00 pm
Sunday, July 31 at 4:30 pm

Tickets are $17 general admission in advance (by 7/28), $20 general admission at the door.

VIP Tickets are $50 for limited reserved seating and a reception after the show on July 29.

To purchase tickets, call Flamenco Latino at (212) 399-8519 or click the button.

Flamenco Gumbo II Master Class

The shows will be followed by a master class for both Flamenco and Tap dancers on August 6, 2016 from 2-5pm. Improve your improvisation skills and learn to recognize the visual and rhythmic signals of this unique fusion. Observers are welcome.

The master class is $30 or $15 for observers.

Flamenco Gumbo II is part of the 2016 Mas Alla Series, made possible, in part, with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

About Flamenco Latino

Flamenco Latino was founded in 1979 by dancer and singer Aurora Reyes and guitarist Basilio Georges.

The Company specializes in Ida y Vuelta. This so-called “round-trip” style of Flamenco is influenced by Latin American dances such as the Cuban Habanera and Rumba. It evolved in the 18th century as the outposts of the Spanish Empire influenced the Spanish homeland. Flamenco Tangos, Tanguillo, and Rumba are elements of the Ida y Vuelta style.

For more information, visit www.flamencolatino.com

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