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Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras
"Voces, Suite Flamenca"

  • Mainstage
  • Mar 4 - 7, 2015
  • Tickets start at $35

  • Overview

    Direct from Spain, the reigning flamenco queen Sara Baras will lead a company of 15 performers in Voces, Suite Flamenca, a hugely entertaining show that captures all the drama and passion of flamenco.

    Celebrated for her brilliant footwork and captivating stage presence, Sara Baras has become internationally famous in a career that has spanned over 20 years and earned her dozens of prestigious awards. Set to thrilling live music, and with a truly spectacular free-form finale, Voces, Suite Flamenca is the perfect showcase for Baras’s huge talent.

    “This is a woman who can dance up not just a flamenco storm, but a hurricane.”
    -Judith Mackrell, The Guardian, UK

    “When God was handing out talents, he must have tripped when he reached Sara Baras and dropped the lot into her lap.”
    -Jenny Gilbert, The Independent, UK

    Voces, Suite Flamenca is presented by New York City Center and Flamenco Festival

    Run Time: Approximately 2 hours (no intermission)

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  • Pre-Show Events

    Join us before the show to mingle, enjoy tapas and Spanish wines, and take a flamenco lesson in our beautiful grand tier lobby! Lessons are free to all ticketholders.

    Friday, Mar 6, 6:45pm
    Flamenco Lesson – All levels welcome

    Saturday, Mar 7, 6:45pm
    Flamenco Lesson – All levels welcome

    Also, head to our lobby for
    A Snapshot of Contemporary Cuban & Cuban-American Art
    This month-long art exhibition features some of the most relevant Cuban and Cuban-American artists working today, and is anchored by two large-scale works from the acclaimed Brooklyn-based artist Emilio Perez. His two pieces—the diptych dreaming out of season and the monumental 40-foot-long abstract work Footprints on the Ceiling—employ Perez’s signature technique of applying paint, building layer upon layer, and then “drawing” into the painting with a blade. Transitions also features La Isla (The Island) and Diaspora by Leslie Sardinias, whose work was recently the focus of a solo show at The 8th Floor gallery, as well as a variety of two-dimensional works by Glenda Leòn, Alexandre Arrechea, and Roberto Diago, courtesy of Magnan Metz Gallery. The video art wall in City Center’s central lobby displays pieces by Glenda Leòn and Alexandre Arrechea, also courtesy of Magnan Metz Gallery.

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