|A “tablao Flamenco” With Operatic Flair
| Open: 04/20/12 Close: 04/20/12
Tablao Flamenco is an ongoing series of cabaret-style shows featuring live Flamenco, along with other styles of Spanish dance and music presented by American Bolero Dance Company. Under the direction of company founder and Artistic Director GABRIELA GRANADOS, the series showcases some of the finest talent from New York City and abroad.
On April 20th, acclaimed baritone PETER CASTALDI makes a cameo appearance to add a touch of opera to this second installment of the 2012 Spring season. Mr. Castaldi joins the evening’s phenomenal cast of performers that includes dancers JOSE MORENO, SOL "LA ARGENTINITA", LA MAGDALENA, and LILIANA MORALES, singers ALFONSO CID and AURORA REYES, guitarists BASILIO GEORGES and CRISTIAN PUIG, and the BALLET ESPANOL DE GABRIELA GRANADOS.
This performance is made possible, in part, by the Queens Council on the Arts, with public funding from the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.
Tapas, entrees, and beverages available a-la-carte from CF Catering. Dinner seating starts at 7:30 PM.
To reserve tickets for cash purchase or for additional information, contact American Bolero Dance Company at (718) 392-8888 or (917) 288-7996 or visit www.ambolero.com
Purchase tickets by credit card through Brown Paper Tickets.
About the Company: American Bolero Dance Company
The American Bolero Dance Company, founded by Gabriela Granados in 1996, explores the rhythmic intricacies and song literature of Flamenco, the refined and stylized repertory of Clásico Español and the traditions of the Escuela Bolera. ABDC’s productions are noted for their integration of theatricality, imaginative choreography and authentic costuming. ABDC’s primary goal is to bring the music, history and tradition of Spanish Dance to the United States.
As ABDC grows in artistic scope, grounded in these great traditions, it continues to foster collaborations among dancers, singers, musicians, and choreographers of diverse training and backgrounds, embracing the multi-ethnic styles arising from the centuries of cultural flow between Spain and Latin America. In understanding the roots of Spanish dance as well as its myriad influences on other cultures, ABDC’s productions deepen a genuine appreciation of the artistic bridge that connects the Iberian peninsula and the Americas.