Pasión y Arte’s Philadelphia Flamenco Festival and International House Philadelphia will host a screening of Flamenco Hoy. Directed by the celebrated film maestro Carlos Saura, Flamenco Hoy is a spectacular showcase of flamenco with breathtaking dance, dynamic music, and soul-searing singing. Featuring 20 of Spain’s most exciting artists from the new generation of flamenco, dramatic choreography by Rafael Estevez and Nani Panos, and musical direction by the electrifying pianist Chano Dominguez, Flamenco Hoy takes the audience into the heart of flamenco today. Following the show, audience members may engage in a discussion on the film and flamenco, led by the festival’s artistic director, Elba Hevia y Vaca.
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