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Cante Concert and Workshop w/ Curro Cueto and Roberto Castellon in NYC!   You are logged in as Guest
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Cante Concert and Workshop w/ Curro ... 

Flamenco Latino hosts a special Cante performance by

Curro Cueto

with Roberto Castellon

Sunday, October 23, 4PM
at
Flamenco Latino Studio Theater
244 W 54th St, 4th Fl
NY, NY

$20 in advance, $25 at the door.
Reservations/Pay by CC: 212-399-8519

Curro will also be doing a Special Workshop for Cante and Guitar on Sunday, Oct. 30 from 2-4 PM at Flamenco Latino for $70. Special Discount for students currently enrolled in Curro's and Roberto's cante and guitar workshops: $50. To reserve, call 212-399-8519.

Pedro Corona Heredia “Curro Cueto” was born in Marchena in 1966. He grew up in Plaza Arriba, a neighborhood where many other flamencos lived including the famous accompanist Melchor Marchena. He studied both solfegio and flute at the Conservatorio de Málaga and continued later in Córdoba. He worked with artists of the highest caliber such as El Güito, Manolete, El Chino, Enrique de Melchor, Serranito, Angel Rubio y la Big Band del Foro, Digitano, and was co-founder of Triada Sur. His recordings include “Flamenco Vivo,” “Pasar del tiempo” and “A mí, Atiphic”; with Triada Sur: “Andalucía, Está llorándome el alma,” and “Sabor a tí”; “Jazz Hondo” with Ángel Rubio; and “Digitano” with Juanjo Valmorisco. He is also a skilled teacher and has written both "El Flamenco en su medida" and "Método de cante y ritmo flamenco."
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