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Flamenco Vivo at the Joyce: EQUILIBRIO (Clásica/Tradición)
June 18-23

COMPANY PERFORMANCE: EQUILIBRIO (Clásica/Tradición) at the Joyce Theater

June 18-23  |  Joyce Theater (NYC)

Celebrating over 40 years carrying forth the flamenco legacy, Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana returns to The Joyce offering the US premiere of EQUILIBRIO (Clásica/Tradición), a new creation by acclaimed flamenco artist Emilio Ochando. Featuring a cast of 9 artists from the US and Spain, the work embraces flamenco tradition while creating a unique environment of sound and creative staging. Shawl, bells, spoons, and castanets interact with an original musical composition by Daniel Jurado featuring multi-instrumentalist Gonzalo Grau.


Dancers: Emilio Ochando, Fanny Ara, Fernando Jimenez, Laura Peralta, Lorena Franco, Yoel Vargas

Musicians: Daniel Jurado (composer, guitarist), Gonzalo Grau (multi-instrumentalist), Loreto de Diego (singer)



Free for NYC Flamenco Pass Holders

Passholders must redeem their tickets prior to the performance:


NYC Flamenco Pass members help support events like these, receive priority seating, and enjoy access to monthly experiences. Cancel anytime after 3-month minimum.

Flamenco Vivo at the Hollywood Bowl
August 8

LA Philharmonic: Symphonic Tango & Flamenco
August 8  |  The Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles)

Venture from South America to Spain with lively music and dance.

Former Dudamel Fellow François López-Ferrer leads listeners around the world with Latin and Spanish dance-inspired symphonic music. Showcasing the rhythmic allure of Andalusian folk music, the Spanish-American conductor leads Falla’s evocative suite from The Three-Cornered Hat as well as Debussy’s poetic and provocative impression of the Iberian Peninsula. Distinguished Colburn graduate and violinist Blake Pouliot puts his spin on Piazzolla’s Argentine tango vision of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. And as the grand finale unfolds, Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana sashays to the steadfast snare of Ravel’s iconic Boléro, bringing forth the spirited ancestry and flair of traditional Spanish dance.