Olympia Flamenco News
Experience an evening with
with guest artist Ana Montes
Solstice Cafe, 4116 University Way NE, Seattle
Seattle – Special Occasions
Flamenco de Raiz Friday Dec 9, 8PM at the Triple Door
evening of original flamenco
compositions, dance compositions,
and the deep song style known as
energy of this nonstop
presentation of unique Spanish
flamenco culture while experiencing
the authentic depth and startling
range of these pure flamenco
For more about Eric & Encarnacion and for reservations, see
or visit the Triple Door website for box office information.
Tickets $20 in advance; $25 day of show.
Under the direction
of Rubina Carmona,”Fiesta Navideña” is a concert of flamenco music and dance with a holiday theme, including Spanish Christmas songs and a suite of Sephardic music to celebrate “la convivencia”. The concert will also feature some major works of choreography by Rubina Carmona, including Tango de Malaga, Siguiriyas, Cantiñas and Taranto.
guitarists Markus Kolb and Gustavo Lopez,
percussionist Steve Roy, vocalists, Rubina Carmona, Stephanie Hughes and Kristin Clingan-Roy,
dancers Solita Locsin, Nancy Fetch, Rachel Sprague, Julianna Jones, Kristin Clingan-Roy, Janette Mackay and Patricia Oates.
More about the Carmonas’ Flamenco Arts Northwest at www.fanw.org -206-932-4067
Ongoing Flamenco Events in Seattle
3rd Thurs. of month: Flamenco Gitana performs at the Bilbao Spanish Restaurant. Join in for an evening of tapas and flamenco dance.
4500 9th Ave. NE. Seattle, (206) 547-5034.
More about Maria Gitana at www.flamencogitana.com
Every Tuesday 8:30PM: Live Flamenco! with Eric and Encarnación
flamencoseattle.com The Capitol Club, Serving light meals/tapas. 414 East Pine, Seattle WA. 2 drink minimum, no cover.
Some members of the audiences at recent performances
expressed an interest in
flamenco classes in Olympia.
There are several opportunities for flamenco dance classes in Olympia.
Contact the following performers/teachers for details on their schedules for group classes and individual lessons at various levels.
For comprehensive listing of ongoing and unique
events and classes and all-things-flamenco, checkseattleflamenco.org
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