Revolution / Evolution: Flamenco and Progresive Rock

Written By Carlos Ochoa
December 30, 2017 at 7:50 PM

[press release excerpt]
‘REVOLUTION/EVOLUTION,’ a production that brings a new perspective to the ongoing dialogue between FLAMENCO and PROGRESSIVE ROCK.  Experimentation between these forms was pioneered by Flamenco artists such as Camarón de la Isla, Lole y Manuel and the iconic Spanish rock group Triana.  Lead by Artistic Director Ana Miranda and Musical Director Carl Ferrari, this multi media event will feature contemporary dance based in Flamenco from Aire Dance Company and live music by the Gypsy Cat Band. 

The one night only event, scheduled for September 28, 2013 will be held at one of Miami’s most progressive venues, 7th Circuit Studios, home of the MOKSHA arts collective, known for presenting cutting edge bands and performance groups. The performers include: Dancers/Choreographers Ana Miranda, Pioneer Winter, Joanna Ursal, and Marie Whitman; Musicians Carl Ferrari (acoustic/electric guitar), Andres Roa (drum set), Richard Rippe (bass), Ronald Rogriguez (sax) and Flamenco singer, Jaime Moreno. Miranda’s choreography takes Flamenco into the realm of Contemporary Dance while guitarist Carl Ferrari weaves a musical score that furthers the exploration between these two vibrant and revolutionary forms.

‘REVOLUTION/EVOLUTION’ An encounter between Flamenco and Progressive Rock

Saturday, September 28, 2013, doors open 8pm

7th Circuit Studios, 228 NE 59 Street

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