la voz flamenca
Enjoy an intimate, living room style concert featuring NYC favorites: singer Alfonso Cid and guitarist Adrian Alvarado! This performance will be followed by a lively Q&A.
Free with NYC Flamenco Pass. You must be a passholder to attend this event.
Join us for more palos in 2023! We will continue our intensive study of the flamenco styles. Learn to distinguish between each rhythm, identify a palo’s unique characteristics, and recognize letras (verses) of different styles. A general knowledge of the flamenco palos is recommended.
This is a virtual class given in Spanish with English translation.
A recording will be available for 7 days after each live class.
Choreographer and dancer Soledad Barrio wins her second Bessie Award, the highest award for dance and performing arts in New York City. The Bessies affirm that “Barrio’s blended precision, rhythm, and expressiveness do not just move with the music, but sing back to it.”
Check out Soledad Barrio and Noche Flamenca’s latest production Searching for Goya in NYC from now–Jan 28.
Legendary flamenco guitarist Sabicas recorded music with Afro-Cuban saxophonist El Negro Aquilino and Spanish saxophonist Fernando Vilches in the 1930s, a musical union far ahead of its time. The genre of flamenco jazz did not find its footing until arguably decades later. Lucky for us, these early recordings survived––press play to hear Sabicas’ and Aquilino’s saxophone por bulerías.