Afternoon of Flamenco and Art at National Museum of Mexican Fine Arts
Join us for an afternoon of student and professional dance and music as we celebrate and share our dedication to the art of flamenco. Get ready to be moved by live music accompaniment by guest flamenco greats.
Clinard Dance will feature their Flamenco Quartet Project in the second half of the program. This project isdedicated to exploring new exponents of flamenco. Led by an open minded spirit the ensemble seeks to engage with contemporary culture through vibrant performances that honor traditional flamenco and their shared passion for music and dance discovery.Their roster boasts remarkably diverse talents, includingcomposers, arrangers, improvisers and choreographers who bring a range of cultural influences to the group, from Gypsy jazz toklezmerto flamenco and classical Arabic and Spanish.
The group consists of nationally and internationally renowned artists, including dancer Wendy Clinard, violinist Steve Gibons, guitarist Marija Temo, and guest
percussionist Javier Saume.
National Museum of Mexican Fine Arts (View)
1852 W 19th St
Chicago, IL 60608
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