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Flamenco Ensemble Concert: Singers! ... 

Check out Flamenco Latino's Flamenco Ensemble in their first performance of the season:

La Ida y Vuelta y su Herencia Latina

Flamenco Ensemble
with special guest, Percussionist Miguel Martiz

Sunday, November 6, 4 PM
Flamenco Latino Studio Theater
244 W 54th St, 4th Fl

Reservations: 212-399-8519

Musical Director: Basilio Georges, Dance Supervisor: Aurora Reyes
Performances by:
Judy Myers, Nilsa Martinez, Julia Patinella, cante
Gerhard Schlanzky, Mike Diago, guitar
Tony Marin, congas
with Guitarists and Dancers from Flamenco Latino Studio

A varied program including guajiras flamencas, rumbas, sones, mambos and daring examples of the Flamenco Latino repertoire, including Sevillanas Afro Cubanas.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 2 2011 17:04:34
Paul Magnussen

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RE: Flamenco Ensemble Concert: Singe... (in reply to flamencolatinony



  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Oct. 2 2011 17:25:12
El Kiko

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RE: Flamenco Ensemble Concert: Singe... (in reply to Paul Magnussen



Sones , cuban stuff ...I found this on a cuban dance site ..

Cuban Music finds its roots in Europe and Africa. The two most influential varieties of Cuban popular music can be roughly categorized into two basic groups: the Son (music) and the Danzón (danza). The most common types of African-Cuban music in Cuba are Yoruba, Abakua, and Palo.

I just copied that for you so i don't know much more about it , I 'm just reading about it now..............


Don't trust Atoms.....they make up everything.
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