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Flamenco music and dance are riveting Spanish art forms that are the focus of a weeklong festival in the Oak Cliff and Deep Ellum areas of Dallas. Spotlighting heart-pounding percussion, lightning fast footwork, and internationally renowned musicians, the festival celebrates a sophisticated and intense art form. The festival includes an open platform for students and the public to try flamenco dance for the first time and shows at various venues, paella cook-out, and the Grand Finale performance.

Miguel Infante, the Festival’s artist in residence, will conduct dance and music workshops throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area during his six-week residency, September 1 through October 14.
 

Flamenco music and dance are riveting Spanish art forms that are the focus of a weeklong festival in the Oak Cliff and Deep Ellum areas of Dallas. Spotlighting heart-pounding percussion, lightning fast footwork, and internationally renowned musicians, the festival celebrates a sophisticated and intense art form. The festival includes an open platform for students and the public to try flamenco dance for the first time and shows at various venues, paella cook-out, and the Grand Finale performance.

Miguel Infante, the Festival’s artist in residence, will conduct dance and music workshops throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area during his six-week residency, September 1 through October 14.

Flamenco music and dance are riveting Spanish art forms that are the focus of a weeklong festival in the Oak Cliff and Deep Ellum areas of Dallas. Spotlighting heart-pounding percussion, lightning fast footwork, and internationally renowned musicians, the festival celebrates a sophisticated and intense art form. The festival includes an open platform for students and the public to try flamenco dance for the first time and shows at various venues, paella cook-out, and the Grand Finale performance.

Miguel Infante, the Festival’s artist in residence, will conduct dance and music workshops throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area during his six-week residency, September 1 through October 14.

WHEN

WHERE

The Door
2513 Main St.
Dallas, TX 75226
https://www.prekindle.com/event/36887-oak-cliff-flamenco-festival-2018-grand-finale-dallas

TICKET INFO

$15-$100
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