05Sep
2017
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Cabaret Flamenco

cabaret flamenco sept 7

Live! an electrifying cultural return this Thursday, September 7, at the Cabaret flamenco in Montreal, with our friends of the international ensemble, Fin de Fiesta flamenco. Composed of award-winning artists from Canada, France and Italy, they present their latest creation, LIÁNDOLA.

Production takes its name from a popular Andalusian expression to describe a surprisingly non-resistant behavior, a playful intrepidity that can not be contained. In other words, Liándola means taking an ordinary experience and making it extraordinary.
The bailaora and artistic director, Lia Grainger (Canada), succeeded a staging and a choreography filled with sensuality and ferocity, repbold musical proposals that converge into a staccato guitar explosion, a haunting flute, an exceptional song and an explosive footwork. In Liándola, Alejandro Mendia’s (Noces Gitanes, France) abrasive songs are accompanied by the intrepid guitar arpeggios of music director Dennis Duffin (Ventanas, Canada) and the melodies of Lara Wong’s (Canada) haunted flute.

We will have the pleasure to listen to the very popular, percussionist of our home, Mélissa Lavergne, guest of the group for this occasion.

We would like to remind you that the Montreal Flamenco Cabaret is seen as a collaborative platform to promote the diversity of artistic expressions of local flamenco, allowing us to forge links between flamenco artists here and there ‘elsewhere.
Do not miss the cultural re-entry of the Montreal Flamenco Cabaret … The monthly rendezvous with the Andalusian culture in Montreal. At the Wiggle Room, this Thursday, September 7, 8:30 pm (Door 8 pm). Price: $ 20

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05Sep
2017
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Cabaret Flamenco

cabaret flamenco sept 7

Live! an electrifying cultural return this Thursday, September 7, at the Cabaret flamenco in Montreal, with our friends of the international ensemble, Fin de Fiesta flamenco. Composed of award-winning artists from Canada, France and Italy, they present their latest creation, LIÁNDOLA.

Production takes its name from a popular Andalusian expression to describe a surprisingly non-resistant behavior, a playful intrepidity that can not be contained. In other words, Liándola means taking an ordinary experience and making it extraordinary.
The bailaora and artistic director, Lia Grainger (Canada), succeeded a staging and a choreography filled with sensuality and ferocity, repbold musical proposals that converge into a staccato guitar explosion, a haunting flute, an exceptional song and an explosive footwork. In Liándola, Alejandro Mendia’s (Noces Gitanes, France) abrasive songs are accompanied by the intrepid guitar arpeggios of music director Dennis Duffin (Ventanas, Canada) and the melodies of Lara Wong’s (Canada) haunted flute.

We will have the pleasure to listen to the very popular, percussionist of our home, Mélissa Lavergne, guest of the group for this occasion.

We would like to remind you that the Montreal Flamenco Cabaret is seen as a collaborative platform to promote the diversity of artistic expressions of local flamenco, allowing us to forge links between flamenco artists here and there ‘elsewhere.
Do not miss the cultural re-entry of the Montreal Flamenco Cabaret … The monthly rendezvous with the Andalusian culture in Montreal. At the Wiggle Room, this Thursday, September 7, 8:30 pm (Door 8 pm). Price: $ 20

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