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Flamenco Festival London at Sadler’s Wells – 16th to 28th February 2016

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The widely acclaimed Flamenco Festival returns to  Sadler’s Wells’ for another season of flamenco dance and music, in  its thirteenth year, the event celebrates the diversity and dynamism of the genre.

The season features seven  shows in which audiences will be able to enjoy some of the world’s most outstanding stars of flamenco, including Sara Baras and Farruquito.

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The Flamenco Festival Gala brings together the artists that received awards at the Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla, while Vicente Amigo returns to great acclaim as the celebrated musician plays works from his new album, Tierra.

Olga Pericet brings a piece inspired by the cycles of life and the power of connecting with our origins, and then shares the stage with Marco Flores in a show which alternates between poetry and virtuosity. Finally, Esperanza Fernández is joined by Marina Heredia and Ana Morales, exploring experimental musical crossovers and classical styles.

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 Shows

16 – 20 Feb
Ballet Flamenco Sara Baras

 21 Feb
Vicente Amigo

 23 & 24 Feb
Farruquito & Farruco

25 Feb
Gala Bienal de Sevilla

26 Feb
Compañía Olga Pericet

27 Feb
Marco Flores & Olga Pericet

27 Feb
Niño de Elche

27 Feb
Belén Maya, Patricio Hidlago & Guests

28 Feb
Esperanza Fernández

28 Feb
Daniel Casares and Adam Ben Ezra

If you would like further information, visit the Sadler’s Wells website here

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