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20th anniversary of Flamenco Festival New York

20th anniversary of Flamenco Festival New York

Company:

Presented in collaboration with On Stage At Kingsborough

Dates:

Friday, April 3, 2020 - 8:00pm
Saturday, April 4, 2020 - 7:00pm

Tickets:

http://www.onstageatkingsborough.org/event/e086b57b35aebb2bf0a0a61d25748f44?utm_source=BenchmarkEmail&utm_campaign=2020_-_OSK_-_Spring_Announcement_-_Jan_6&utm_medium=email

Company:
Presented in collaboration with On Stage At Kingsborough

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the world-renowned Flamenco Festival New York, On Stage At Kingsborough has partnered with the festival to present two evenings of world-class flamenco.

With Alas de Recuerdo, María Moreno pays homage to the great flamenco dancers that she has performed with the world over, and celebrates the personal experiences that have shaped her life and artistry. The performance takes place on Kingsborough’s mainstage. 

Award-winning musicians Juan Gómez "Chicuelo"and Marco Mezquida, along with the extraordinary percussionist Paco de Mode, present No Hay Dos Sin Tres, an entrancing and passionate flamenco-jazz concert that brings the music of the Mediterranean Basin to life. The performance takes place in Kingsborough’s Lighthouse and includes sangria and tapas. 


April 3, 2020  
Flamenco Festival New York Presents: Maria Moreno/ Alas de Recuerdo  
8:00 PM     
Dance  
Tickets: $34/$39  
Media Sponsor: El Diario

Direct from Andalusia, Spain! The world-renowned Flamenco Festival celebrates its 20thAnniversary this year, with On Stage At Kingsborough as a proud partner for the exclusive New York City engagement of  Alas de Recuerdo.

In this beautiful and moving production, María Moreno pays homage to the great flamenco dancers that she has performed with the world over, and celebrates the personal experiences that have shaped her life and artistry. Ms. Moreno is the recipient of the New Artist Award for Alas de Recuerdo at the esteemed Festival Flamenco de Jerez, the Giraldillo Award for New Artist at the Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla  , and was twice-honored with the First National Dance Award for   Bajo de Guia and   Alegrias.

 María Moreno – Dancer  
Emilio Florido - Vocals  
Ismael El Bola – Vocals  
Paco Vega - Percussion  
Javier Ibañez – Guitar

 

“María Moreno has definitely got something. Something special, a spark!” –  deflamenco.com

“María Moreno has illuminated the flamenco dance scene with a light of her own…an extraordinary dancer!” –   El Pais

 

April 4, 2020  
Flamenco Festival New York Presents: Chicuelo and Mezquida /   No Hay Dos Sin Tres   
7:00pm  
Music  
Tickets: $42/47 (includes sangria and tapas)  
Media Sponsor: El Diario   
Join us for a Night in Spain with Sangria, Tapas, and Passionate Flamenco-Jazz in our Oceanview Lighthouse!

 

Award-winning musicians Juan Gomez “Chicuelo” and Marco Mezquida, along with extraordinary percussionist Paco de Mode, perform their own brand of flamenco-jazz in an entrancing and passionate concert that brings the music of the Mediterranean Basin to life.

Goya Award-Winner Chicuelo is undoubtedly one of the most innovative and acclaimed flamenco guitarists on the scene, and pianist Marco Mezquida has catapulted to the top tier of European jazz musicians as a four-time winner of Musician of the Year by the Association of Jazz and Modern Musicians in Catalonia.

This performance is made possible, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

 

"Juan Gómez "Chicuelo" and the pianist Marco Mezquida fire up as if the world was to collapse tomorrow!” -  Kölnische Rundschau (Cologne News)

 

Maria Moreno Alas de Recuerdo. Photo credit: Paco Lobato

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