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“Sunday in Sevilla!”
Benefiting the Bay Area Flamenco Festival!
Sunday September 13, 2015
Coventry Grove, Kensington CA
Join us for a magical afternoon of flamenco music & dance, Spanish food & wine at Coventry Grove in Kensington, a private estate and amphitheater nestled amongst the redwoods in the East Bay hills
Hosted by John Santos
5-time-Grammy®-nominated Percussionist and Educator
“The Bay Area Flamenco Festival is a world-class cultural
showcase of our Spanish roots - Extremely inspiring!" –John Santos
2:00 pm • Opening Reception
Paella by La Marcha/Ñora Spanish Cuisine
Spanish wines by Beaune Imports
Estrella Damm beer from Barcelona
3:30 pm • Flamenco Performance
Featuring world-class artists direct from Spain,
including La Susi, José Méndez, Paco Fernández
Luis de la Tota and Lakshmi "La Chimi"
5:00 pm • Post-Show Reception (Premium Access only)
Meet the artists
Exclusive tapas selections by Tip Top Tapas
Wine selection curated by Michael Sullivan
****Limited time only****
A generous donor has offered to give us $100 for each ticket sold and we're passing that savings along to YOU!
All proceeds benefit the Bay Area Flamenco Festival. Our fiscal sponsor's 501(c)3 status makes
50% of the cost of your ticket tax-deductible. You will receive a receipt in the mail after the event.
Note: This is an outdoor event in a residential neighborhood with limited parking.
Be prepared to walk a few blocks or use alternate means of transportation.
SUNDAY IN SEVILLA SPONSORS
ABOUT BAY AREA FLAMENCO FESTIVAL
Founded in 2005, the Bay Area Flamenco Festival • Festival Flamenco
Gitano has grown into a popular and vital annual Bay Area cultural event.
Our ongoing programming is dedicated to fostering the flamenco arts in
our community through performances, workshops and cultural exchange
activities featuring revered tradition-bearers and living legends from
Spain, as well as the next generation of exciting young artists who are
taking this rich cultural legacy into the 21st century.
Your tax-deductible contribution is vital to our continued success. We
rely on the support of dedicated volunteers, grants, and donations from
individuals who are passionate about preserving and promoting the
arts in the Bay Area. Please join us in building a vibrant future for the
Bay Area Area Flamenco Festival.
“Over the past decade no one has done more to build bridges
between Andalusia and our local community than the Bay Area
Flamenco Festival.” —Andrew Gilbert, KQED