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Flamencodanza

When:
Sunday 19 March
Time:
2:00PM - 3:00PM
Topic:
Entertainment, MCC21st
Type:
Performance
Audience:
Resident, Senior, Adult
Flamencodanza

Award-winning performance “Flamencodanza”- a powerful, inspired and elegant show of Flamenco dance and guitar by Aylin Bayaz and Raul Mannola.

Flamencodanza is a project that started five years ago at the Avignon Fringe in France, and has now reached a point where different elements fuse together in a unique manner producing an award winning, surprising show full of energy, beauty and inspiration. Elements of flamenco, Brazilian music and jazz give the music a variety of colors. The passionate dancing is based on flamenco, with it's fiery footwork, and integrates elements from ballet and contemporary.

"For Flamencodanza- a Platinum medal " www.thetvolution.com

"An audience favourite" -Hudson Theatre, Los Angeles

The show has been programmed in Spain, France, Italy, Avignon, Australia, New Zealand and the USA.

With a trajectory of decades as a professional guitarist, Raul has an extensive discography of Flamenco and Jazz Fusion. The music is based on Flamenco, including modern elements and Brazilian colours.

The contemporary Flamenco dance of Aylin is made of strength, elegance and delicacy.

The show won the award "Best Dance and Physical theatre show" at the Hollywood Fringe 2022”.

Location

287 Diagonal Road, Oaklands Park


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