Theatre Flamenco: (R)evolution

Theatre Flamenco: (R)evolution

Theatre Flamenco is kicking off its 49th season with the new show (R)evolution that will pay homage to the traditional roots of flamenco music and dance, with a few modern twists.

(R)evolution will feature eight new works focusing on the musical elements integral to the tradition of flamenco, while presenting a modernized approach to the dance and interpretation. The show promises to provoke debate –evolution or revolution– that will continue when Theatre Flamenco presents a series of shows with Andrés Marín later in November.

The international lineup of special guest artists for this new show includes the legendary Carmen Ledesma from Sevilla, Spain. Born and raised in the Triana district of Sevilla, Ledesma is one of the foremost representatives of the Gypsy style of dance from Triana. A dancer since the tender age of 4, she made her Bay Area debut in 2014 at the Cowell Theater in San Francisco. Her presence, personality and passion are incredible, and the audience is sure to enjoy her interactions with the singers, musicians and dancers that share the stage with her. Ledesma radiates flamenco tradition.

(R)evolution

  • Choreography and Direction: Carola Zertuche.
  • Dancers: Carmen Ledesma, Juan Siddi, Manuel Gutiérrez, Carola Zertuche, Ileana Gómez, Cynthia Sánchez, Radha Svetnicka, Lauren Smiley.
  • Singers: José Méndez, José Cortés Fernández, José Blanco “El Grillo.”
  • Guitarist: Andrés Vadín.
  • Percussionist: José Blanco “El Grillo.”

Special 90th birthday toast pre-reception with Theatre Flamenco Co-Founder Miguel Santos on Saturday, November 7, from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the lobby of the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro Street Mountain View, CA 94041.

  • Performing arts
  • San Francisco
  • Fri, November 06, 2015
  • 8:00 pm

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Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts 2868 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94110
415-821-1155

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