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Nueva York Flamenco City & Sol, La Argentinita

$15

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Date:
May 28
Time:
10:00 pm - 11:55 pm
Cost:
$15
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Venue

TERRAZA 7
40-19 Gleane St. Elmhurst, NY
New York, NY 11373 United States
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Phone:
+01 347-808-0518
Website:
terraza7.com

Nueva York Flamenco City & Sol, La Argentinita
Presented by Terraza 7
Saturday, May 28th, 2022 at 7:00 pm.

$15: Cover at Mezzanine.
$20: Donation suggested.

Featuring:

Aliesha Bryan / Bailaora.
Adrian Alvarado / Guitar.
Alfonso Cid / Cantaor; Flute, and musical director.

About Sol, La Argentinita:
Sol was born Glenda Sol Koeraus in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Now based in New York City, Sol performs and tours with numerous Flamenco dance companies, and has been performing with the Metropolitan Opera for the past two seasons in Zeferelli’s producton of La Traviata. Since summer 2008 through winter 2009, she danced with the internationally renowned company Soledad Barrio and Noche Flamenca in numerous tours and productions. Sol is a two-time recipient of the Cristina Heeren Foundation scholarship as well as a scholarship recipient of the Jerome Foundation’s Travel and Study Grant and the school at Jacob’s Pillow..

About Adrian Alvarado:
Adrian was born in São Paulo, Brazil 1968. Spanish-Brazilian guitarist, composer, and arranger. (Monica Molina, Pastora Soler, Farhad Darya, Danilo Perez). Adrian Alvarado is a very versatile guitarist, with a solid career as soloist, session musician, as well as a sideman for many artists in the Flamenco scene, Jazz and Brazilian music.

About Alfonso Cid:
Alfonso was born and raised in Sevilla, the heartland of flamenco music. He also had the opportunity of attending the activities of one of the most significant flamenco clubs in Andalusia, the Peña Flamenca Torres-Macarena in Seville. Alfonso has toured extensively throughout the USA, Latin America, Israel, and Europe, and has just toured Spain last February of 2018 with the Jazz/Flamenco band the New York Bojaira Project by pianist Jesús Hernández from Granada, Spain.