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Flamenco Festival 2016

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Experience breathtaking performances by an array of international stars at the 9th annual Flamenco Festival Miami. Be dazzled and astonished by the remarkable artists who will be featured on the Arsht Center’s stage. Get your package today!

Week 1

 

Vicente Amigo


“VIRTUOSO” – The Washington Post
Vicente Amigo
In Concert

March 2, 2016
The great flamenco guitarist Vicente Amigo blends inspirational southern Spanish sounds with different styles to create something completely new.

Farruquito

“SENSATIONAL” – The New York Times
Farruquito
Improvisao

March 3, 2016
From the legendary Los Farruco dynasty, the first family of Gypsy flamenco dance, Juan Manuel Fernandez Montoya, or “Farruquito,” is regarded as one of the most faithful representatives of flamenco puro.

Oh Vida- Rubalcaba & Fernandez

“BRILLIANT” – The New York Times
Rubalcaba & Fernández
Oh Vida!

March 4, 2016
Pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba and singer Esperanza Fernandez pay tribute to musical legends Beny Moré and Manolo Caracol.

Week 2

 

Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía


“LEGENDARY” – The Wonderful World of Dance, UK
Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía
Images: 20 Years

March 9 & 10, 2016
Flamenco ambassadors Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía return under the direction of the multi-award-winning Rafaela Carrasco.

Rocío Molina


“FORMIDABLE” – The Miami Herald
Compañía Rocío Molina
Bosque Ardora

March 12, 2016
In her show Bosque Ardora, Rocío Molina integrates movement, drama, sound looping and a contemporary aesthetic that raises questions on how we think about flamenco in the modern world.

Manuel Liñán


“EXPRESSIVE” – The New York Times
Compañía Manuel Liñán
Nómada

March 13, 2016
After many years researching new tendencies, dancer and choreographer Manuel Liñán leans toward tradition as he becomes a trend setter in Flamenco dance.

The Productions:
  • Flamenco Festival 2016: Vicente Amigo
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    Flamenco Festival 2016: Vicente Amigo

    A master of the flamenco guitar in the legendary tradition of Paco de Lucía, Amigo has forged musical ties with artists around the world, from Sting to Milton Nascimento. He has been honored with the Latin GRAMMY® for Best Flamenco Album in 2001 and nominated for the Latin GRAMMY® in 2006.

  • Flamenco Festival 2016: Farruquito
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    Flamenco Festival 2016: Farruquito

    Farruquito presents Improvisao, a work of intimate, authentic and visceral flamenco. It is a show that transports the audience to a traditional and magical universe, which Farruquito calls “a return to my roots.”

  • Flamenco Festival 2016: Rubalcaba & Fernandez- Oh Vida!
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    Flamenco Festival 2016: Rubalcaba & Fernandez- Oh Vida!

    In Oh Vida!, Rubalcaba & Fernández pay tribute to legendary Cuban big bandleader Beny Moré, “El Bárbaro del Ritmo” as well as Manolo Caracol from Seville. A zesty flamenco twist will be added to his work when Grammy-winning Cuban pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Spanish singer Esperanza Fernández join forces to present a new take on a set of classic songs.

  • Flamenco Festival 2016: Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía
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    Flamenco Festival 2016: Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía

    Returning after sold out performances in 2013 and under the direction of choreographer Rafaela Carrasco, the famed company presents a look back at a history that spans over two decades. Carrasco takes five of the company’s most celebrated pieces and interprets them in inventive and exciting ways.

  • Flamenco Festival 2016: Rocío Molina
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    Flamenco Festival 2016: Rocío Molina

    Rocío Molina draws on deep animal instincts to explore the struggle for survival in the natural world. Two male dancers and six musicians will accompany her onstage as she integrates movement, drama, sound looping and a contemporary aesthetic that raises questions about how we think about flamenco in the modern world.

     

  • Flamenco Festival 2016: Manuel Liñán
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    Flamenco Festival 2016: Manuel Liñán

    From the Andalusian Mountains to the Court in Madrid, Manuel Liñán’s Nómada takes us on a collective journey through the flamenco landscape, reflecting and commenting on every place and every culture along the way. Woven into this ravishing dance tapestry are tanguillos from Cadiz, seguiriyas from Jerez, lively alegrias from Córdoba, and the classic fandango from Huelva. Nómada brings together a cast of six dancers, three singers and two guitarists.


The performances of Ballet Flamenco de Andalucia, Compania Rocio Molina and Compania Manuel Linan
are part of the Knight Masterworks Dance Series generously supported by Knight Foundation.

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