Carnegie Hall Presents
Diego el Cigala
Friday, May 8 at 8 PM
Madrid-born Diego el Cigala’s fiery vocals are rooted in the great flamenco tradition, music he’s been performing since he was 12. He has created his own exciting style by fusing flamenco with other idioms, from the Cuban bolero to the passionately expressive Argentine tango.
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Friday MARCH 20th at 8pm!!!
The Town Hall presents in association with Robert Browning Associates and Festival Flamenco Gitano USA
Friday, March 20, 2015 at 8pm
GENERATIONS OF GYPSY FLAMENCO:
Manolete, Concha Vargas, PepeTorres & Gema Moneo
Taking one back to the heart of flamenco puro, this mesmerizing program features four extraordinary dancers representing several generations and styles from four different towns in Andalusia (Lebrija, Moron de la Frontera, Jerez de la Frontera, and Granada): the veteran Manolete, a true maestro of the baile who has trained a generation of dancers including Joaquin Cortes, Antonio Canales, Eva la Yerbabuena, and Sara Baras. Concha Vargas, an icon of Gypsy flamenco dance, who is a living legend representing the Golden Age of Flamenco in Andalusia; Pepe Torres, a polyrhythmic powerhouse whose superb footwork provided the main percussive support for the award-winning ensemble Son de la Frontera; and rising star Gema Moneo, a member of the legendary Moneo clan of Gypsy flamenco singers and guitarists in Jerez de la Frontera who has performed with Farruquito’s company and Diego del Morao, among others.
Concha Vargas: "a lusty gale-force performer” –NY Times
"All of Moron de la Frontera's Gypsy soul is condensed in Pepe Torres." -El Diario de Sevilla
Gema Moneo: "emerging as one of the great dancers of her generation" -El Diario de Sevilla
Manolete: “Slowly, he casts a spell and then erupts into a frenzy of superb footwork.” –NY Times
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