Daniel And Adrian Volovets And “Noche Gitana” By Twin Cities Flamenco Ar...

Things to do
0 Love It
Save it
Daniel And Adrian Volovets And “Noche Gitana” By Twin Cities Flamenco Ar...
More Less
Daniel And Adrian Volovets And “Noche Gitana” By Twin Cities Flamenco Ar... says
Get tickets: http://ticketf.ly/1Hzp6hW
Details: DANIEL AND ADRIAN VOLOVETS and “Noche Gitana” by Twin Cities Flamenco Artists Co-op at Cedar Cultural Center

An evening of inventive and passionate flamenco from local talents and guest artists from Spain.

Part I: Daniel and Adrian Volovets Duo

Brothers Daniel (guitar) and Adrian Volovets (flute, tenor saxophone, and violin) are a duo whose telepathic musical communication and varied repertoire have brought them critical acclaim. Their music is a unique combination of flamenco, Brazilian, jazz, and classical genres, including inventive arrangements of old favorites and original compositions. Daniel and Adrian's technical virtuosity and soulful interpretations have captivated audiences throughout the Twin Cities. Together, they have recorded several CDs, including their latest "Wistful Tendrils." They will perform a new program of traditional and modern flamenco, imbued with baroque, jazz, and Brazilian influences.

Part II: "Noche Gitana" by Twin Cities Flamenco Artists Co-op with Festero Javier Heredia
Guest Artists:
Javier Heredia (Festero from Seville)
La Rhina (Dancer from Seville)
Daniel Volovets (Guitarist)
Adrian Volovets (Flute, Tenor Saxophone, and Violin)
TCFAC Artists:
Trevor May (Guitarist)
Sachiko Nishiuchi “La Chayí” (Dancer)
Michael Ziegahn (Guitarist)

"Noche Gitana" is a traditional flamenco music-and-dance performance series by TCFAC and guest artists directly from Spain. TCFAC will welcome two special guests for the night at The Cedar: flamenco festero Javier Heredia and a flamenco dancer La Rhina from Seville, Spain. Festeros are flamenco artists who specialize in singing and dancing in the fiestas of Andalusian villages and towns. Most of them learned to sing and dance in their families and communities without going to dance or singing schools. As this flamenco tradition is disappearing, fewer artists like Javier Heredia are seen. TCFAC's "Noche Gitana" celebrates the gypsy spirit and its culture and tradition through flamenco music, singing and dancing.
More Less

By: The Cedar Cultural Center

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/932176593533892
To improve this listing email: feedback@timeout.com
LiveReviews|0
1 person listening