Performances by Flamenco Latino


IMPORTANT NEW FLAMENCO CLUB

Every Sunday at Lolita Grand, 7-10 pm

Lolita Grand
507 Grand (corner Union St)
(L train to Lorimer/G train to Metropolitan)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
718-388-3563
https://www.facebook.com/LolitaGrandNYC/

Basilio Georges guitar/singing, Aurora Reyes dancing/singing. Open mic for flamenco dancers, singers, guitarists during at least one set per evening. Reasonably priced. Near the subway.

Sat. 9/23, Queens Library Forest Hills Branch, 3-4 pm

Flamenco music group with Basilio, Aurora Reyes, Tony Lustig baritone saxophone, Nano Valerio percussion.

108-19 71st Ave
Forest Hills, NY 11375
718-268-7934

https://www.yelp.com/biz/queens-borough-public-library-forest-hills-forest-hills

Sat. 9/30, Queens Library Broadway Branch, 3-4 pm

"Flamenco and La Ida y Vuelta," with Basilio, Aurora Reyes, Xianix Barrera, Juana Cala.

40-20 Broadway
Long Island City, NY 11103
718-721-2462

https://www.yelp.com/biz/queens-library-long-island-city-2

Photos and Info from past performances

 

Wed. 7/5 Flamenco Latino, Aurora, Basilio and Elisabet Torras

Weehawken Township Waterfront Concert, 6-8 pm
1 Pershing Road
Weehawken, NJ 07086

From 3/24/17 Concert

Flushing Town Hall Global Mash-Up

An evening of global fusion with Flamenco Latino and Lucy Blanco Afro Garifuna Ensemble. Flamenco Latino's set will include its unique brand of flamenco rumbas, tangos, sevillanas and bulerias with jazz and salsa flavors.

The group will include Aurora Reyes dancing and singing, Basilio Georges playing guitar and singing, Xianix Barrera dancing, Danny Rivera on baritone saxophone, and Emiliano Valerio on cajon and congas.

photos: Eric Bandiero



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