Flamenco Dance Festival at Teatro Vallarta

Team Angels/Fernando Alvarez - Vallarta Opina
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June 28, 2017


"Flamenco Urbano" will take the stage at Teatro Vallarta on Saturday, July 1 at 7:00 pm.

It is a play that combines the performance and dance, to narrate the story of what happens in a Flamenco dance studio, where girls are forming into world-class dancers, leading the ballet group for imaginary tours around the world; And as its director is getting international awards.

The whole story revolves around the character "Maestro Joaquin" who is a Flamenco dancer that they call "the Sevillian" and who has been recognized and awarded internationally, taking his Flamenco show to Italy, Japan, Argentina and the United States; While he runs his Flamenco studio where he shares his own legacy by transmitting the essence of Flamenco to all lovers of this art.

The stage of this work is developed in his dance studio, where girls who are aspiring dancers attend their classes every day, learning to move their body to the rhythm of music, having fun and creating affective bonds. While on a professional level the dance company is prepared with great discipline by the teacher who gives them a series of challenges and experiences to fulfill his commitments throughout his imaginary tour of Seville, Paris and other cities.

In this way, the students of the dance studio "Jaleo Flamenco" ("Jam") of Puerto Vallarta present to us the end of course 2017 festival on the stage of Teatro Vallarta.

General admission tickets for Flamenco Urbano are 150 pesos and you can purchase them at the Teatro Vallarta Box Office, Uruguay 184 in Downtown Vallarta (by Ley's Supermarket) open daily from 11:00 am until 7:00 pm. Telephone is (322) 222-4525.

Translated and edited by Team Angels

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