Albuquerque, New Mexico: Jesus Muñoz Flamenco's "Palladium Project" Work In Progress
Jesus Muñoz Flamenco
“Palladium Project” - Friday & Saturday, October 9th and 10th , 8pm
National Hispanic Cultural Center, Journal Theatre
The Palladium Project shares the life, love and passion of music and cultural blending. Through cultural integration of Latin American music and dance within the Gypsy, Judaic, Moorish-Spanish art form of Flamenco The "Palladium" references the Academy of Music/concert hall/movie theatre/nightclub built in 1927 in New York City, which was later became regarded as a prestigious and desirable venue to perform primarily because of the amazing sound developed by Richard Long.
The strong reference to the Palladium exists as it was places like this that lent themselves to creation and re-invention through the people that visited, studied and performed here. Our Palladium Project is that: Co-Composers, A Symphonic Conductor and Flamenco Artists meeting to create a full-out integrated Flamenco Performance of forms focusing on Ida y Vuelta and returning to Flamenco, Flamenco.
Innovation originates with a profound understanding and enduring respect for tradition. This is our first responsibility as cultural artists. It is the vision that drives the creation of the Palladium Project.
“Cultural diversity is a common heritage of humanity. Sharing oral traditions, we bridge this cultural gap.” –Jesus Muñoz
When: Friday and Saturday, October 9 & 10.
Who: International artists, Composers and Conductors from Spain, France, Cuba, Puerto Rico. Mexico and USA.
Where: Journal Theatre, Nhcc
NHCC Tickets: https://www.nhccnm.org, or Box office: (505) 724-4771
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