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Tres Compadres with Flamenco dancer Lara Vracarich

Tres Compadres with Flamenco dancer Lara Vracarich

Share Pilly Flamenco is proud to announce the following event: Tres Compadres will perform with Flamenco dancer Lara Vracarich at the University of Penn Museum. For more information, please visit the University of Penn Museum Web...

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Tito Rubio

Tito Rubio

Flamenco guitarist Hipolito (Tito) Rubio was born in 1954 in Monsagro, Spain, a small village in western Salamanca, about thirty miles from the border with Portugal. He remembers seeing his grandfather playing the tamborin (drum) and flute in town processions, as well as playing castanets and dancing the jota, a regional traditional dance. He also remembers hearing brass bands, attending fiestas, and playing with gypsy children when he was...

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Palmas Workshop with Introduction to Cante!

Palmas Workshop with Introduction to Cante!

Share Antonia will be returning to Philadelphia for a special cursillo and performances at Bar Ferdinand after her successful appearances alongside Jesus Munoz (New Mexico), Jesus Montoya (Sevilla), Jose Vega (Cadiz), Alejandro Pais (Argentina), Mina Fajardo (Japan), and others! After her visit to Philly, she will be returning to New Mexico for a month long engagement at El Meson Tablao in Santa Fe. Don’t miss this brief and fun...

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Second Annual Latin Roots & Rhythms Festival

Second Annual Latin Roots & Rhythms Festival

Share Flamenco Ole is proud to invite you. It’s going to be jam packed with great dancers and musicians! David Castellano is singing, Jose Moreno is playing cajon and Cristian is on guitar. There are 2 wonderful male dancers coming, Antonio Arrebola from Spain and Martin Gaxiola from Pheonix, and Monica Herrera. There will be outdoor festivities going on as well. It will be a real nice family “ambiente”. Settlement Music...

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Liliana Ruiz

Liliana Ruiz

Liliana Ruiz was born in Mexico City where she started to study ballet when she was six years-old. Shortly thereafter, she began her study of Spanish and Flamenco dance,inspired by her family’s deep-rooted passion for the arts. She has studied Spanish dances and Flamenco with Juana Amaya, Chiqui de Jerez, Antonio Hidalgo, Isabel Bayón, Angel Atienzo, Pilar Ortega, Manuela Rios, Inmaculada Ortega, Chunny Amaya, Winny Amaya, Cristobal...

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Students Performance

Students Performance

Monica Herrera presents: Students’ Performance Saturday, June 11th at 8 pm. Admission $15 per ticket. Share The Grasso’s Magic Theater is located on 103 Callowhill St. – Philadelphia, PA  19106 For more information visit Monica Herrera’s Web...

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