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Lakshmi "La Chimi" Workshop: BAY AREA FLAMENCO FESTIVAL:


Friday, February 24, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)

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Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
TANGOS 7pm (1.5 hrs) 2d 2h 20m $35.00 $2.92
ALEGRIAS 8:30p (1.5 hrs) 2d 2h 20m $35.00 $2.92
BOTH CLASSES (3 hrs) 2d 3h 20m $60.00 $4.29

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12 Annual Bay Area Flamenco Festival presents


FRIDAY, February 24th

Ashkenaz, 1317 San Pablo Ave. Berkeley

7pm-8:30pm (1.5 hrs) TANGOS All Levels  $35 ($40 at the door)

8:30-10pm (1.5 hrs) ALEGRIAS Int/Adv   $35 ($40 at the door)

BOTH worshops $60  ($75 at the door)

Lakshmi "La Chimi” has lived in, Spain since 2002 and has solidly established her career in Sevilla, an essential cradle place of flamenco. In 2011 Lakshmi made history, being the first non-Spanish artist to win an award for flamenco dance at the prestigious Concurso de las Minas de La Unión. She was later granted another important award at the Concurso Nacional de Arte Flamenco de Córdoba. 

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1317 San Pablo (@Gilman)
Berkeley, CA 94706

Friday, February 24, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)

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Founded in 2005, the BAY AREA FLAMENCO FESTIVAL has grown into a popular and vital annual Bay Area cultural event. Celebrating Spanish Gypsy music and dance as a living culture and a legacy of world stature, the Festival has presented some of the most important figures in the history of flamenco as well as prodigies form today’s generation of artists. Artistic director Nina Menéndez’s unique curatorial vision distinguishes the Bay Area Flamenco Festival/ Festival Flamenco Gitano and its particular focus on grassroots flamenco from the Gypsy communities of Spain.

“These artists are bringing the Gitano essence of flamenco into the 21st century," explains Festival director Nina Menéndez. “They have an ease for improvisation that comes from living the art as a part of everyday life. No choreography is required, only an intimate connection among the dancers and musicians who interact freely on the basis of a shared legacy and an insatiable hunger to find the spark of ‘duende’ that transforms the mundane into the sublime."
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