On Saturday April 13, 2013 at 7:30 p.m., come and enjoy a musically and visually thrilling journey featuring the vibrant colors, sights and sounds of Spain with New Jersey's premier Spanish Dance & Flamenco company, the widely-acclaimed Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre at the Jersey Shore Arts Center, located at 66 South Main Street, Ocean Grove, NJ 07756. Ticket prices are $20 General and $17 for Seniors/Students, and may be purchased by calling the Arts Center at 732-502-0050 or on-line at www.JerseyShoreArtsCenter.org. For further information, please visit www.alboradadance.org, call 848-203-3420, or email email@example.com. Alborada embraces all forms of dance from Spain, including Flamenco, Classical, Folkloric and Escuela Bolera (18th century court dances). On April 13, "Festivals of Spain" will transport you to the country's northern, central and southern regions thanks to an evening of exciting dances performed by principal dancer Ricardo Santiago, accompanied by the Alborada soloists and ensemble, principal singer Gisele Assi and guitarist Jose Ramos. This performance will also feature a special appearance by Centro Orensano, bringing dancers, drummers and the legendary gaetas (bagpipes) from Galicia. Featuring "Alegrías", a flamenco dance performed with the traditional bata de cola (dress with the long ruffled train) with Claudia Morena, the "Rumba Gitana" performed with Gypsy fire and passion, the classical dance "Sevilla", the "Muñieras" (a regional dance from Galicia), and for the first time "Martinete" danced by Eva Conti. A must not miss - Ricardo will dance a passionate, vibrant and sensual "Habaneras" (from Bizet's opera Carmen) in a duet with his "Carmen" (Krystina Cardenas) - and much more. Funded in part by the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation. About the Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre: Through dance, drama and music, Alborada's passionate artistry reveals the many diverse and historical threads that comprise the multicultural fabric of Spanish culture. Both entertaining and educational, the variety of its repertoire runs the artistic gamut of Spanish Flamenco and traditional dances, to Hispanic, Celtic, Moorish cultural influences and beyond. As stated by Tammy LaGorce, New York Times (2010), Alborada "is awhirl in drama and color". Visit www.alboradadance.org for more information. Alborada can also be found on Facebook at www.facebook.com/alborada.dance.
Saturday - April 13, 2013
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Cost:$20, $17 for Seniors & Students
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