"In financial circles there is a reassertion of influence from Spain laughingly called the 're-conquista.' Perhaps the shoe is on the other foot regarding Flamenco Latino... This group has outflanked the traditional flamenco form... experimenters will applaud."

Glen Giffin, the Denver Post

Flamenco Latino is available to do run-out performances with groups utilizing 3-6 artists. Presenters must provide the following:
  • Artist fees
  • All transportation expenses
  • Lodging for 1-2 nights (day before performance, night of performance, if necessary)
  • Performing space with a wooden, resonant surface
  • House sound system with monitors
  • All promotion and publicity for the performance

Flamenco Latino is currently offering two unique shows:

Classic Flamenco Latino (3-5 artists)

Flamenco Gumbo (5-6 artists)

Contact by email, basilio@flamencolatino.com
or by phone, 347-771-2440



Presenters who have booked Flamenco Latino:

Flushing Town Hall, Queens, NY
Sullivan County Community College, NY
Kingsboro Community College
University of Arkansas, Little Rock, AR
Thalia Spanish Theatre
Ari Kaduri South Florida Senior Citizens Condo Circuit
Self Family Arts Center, Hilton Head, SC
Guitar Society, Winston-Salem, NC
Savanah River Front Festival, Savanah, GA

Colorado Dance Festival, Boulder, CO
Manchester Ballet, Manchester, VT
Park Theater, Union, NJ
Colgate University, Hamilton, NY

Student Policy Association Festival,
Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
Hunter Mountain Festival, Hunter Mountain, NY
Village Green, Burgdorff Cultural Center, Maplewood, NJ
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rutherford, NJ
Club Manuela, Madrid, Spain
Jazz Majadaonda, Madrid, Spain
Sweetbriar College, Sweetbriar, VA
Nassau County BOCES Presentations:
Valley Stream, NY,
Wantagh, NY,
Uniondale, NY,
Plainedge, NY
Residencies, Milwaukee Public School System, Milwaukee, WI

The Company presented a triumphant residency at the prestigious 1999 Colorado Dance Festival which involved 2 weekend evening theater concerts, three days of adult classes and 4 sessions with a youth outreach program. Also included was a kickoff party the day of arrival which incorporated audience participation with flamenco jams, Gipsy Kings style Rumba dancing and club style Salsa and Merengue dancing.

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Funding for the development of this Web site was provided, in part, by the 2000 and 2002 JPMorgan/Chase Smarts grant, an annual program of the Association of Hispanic Arts.