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Fall 2018 Shows

Spring 2020



Latin American and Spanish dance shows


1st Show Latin American Spectacular (K-12)

As the title states, this show is absolutely spectacular! Your students will witness a dazzling production featuring all new choreography, music and costumes from Hispanic nations of the Caribbean, Central and South America.

The show opens with an authentic representation of indigenous dance inspired by South American native tribes, leading into Son de la Negra, a fusion of Spanish colonial and Mexican traditions. Your students will also be treated to the African influence represented in the Colombian Cumbia, exciting Salsa (Cali, Colombia version), the  Chancleteo, Mambo and Conga from Cuba. The program will also include the Tango, Malambo, Bombos and the magic of Argentine Boleadores; Merengue from the Dominican Republic, Marinera Nortena from Peru, and who could forget Brasil, represented by the Batucada (drums) and of course the colorful and majestic Samba.

This performance is an authentic, multicultural experience, concluding with an interactive segment for a select number of students invited to dance on stage with our featured international artists.

(The number of students able to participate in the interactive portion of the show may vary, please inquire at check in for more information). 

(9:50 am - 10:55 am)

(11:15 am - 12:20 pm)

2nd Show Bailando España

with Tablao Flamenco

The rich cultural heritage of Spain inspired this intense display of music   and dance. The artistic showcase begins with a medley of folkloric dance and music, leading into the Muneira and Jota, two dances rooted in Spanish folklore, followed by “Rumba Flamenca”, a musical piece performed by our live musicians.  We then move on to next dance, Escuela Bolera, followed by the Copla (a special segment inspired by Lola Flores, a renowned dancer, singer and actress from Spain).

The next section of the performance is dedicated to the time-honored tradition of Flamenco, inspired by the grand capital of Spain, Madrid, and featuring flamenco styles such as Guajiras, Martinete, Colombiana, and Rumba.

Between dances, the audience is treated to live classical guitarists performing a variety of traditional Spanish music. The show concludes with select audience members invited to participate in an interactive portion of our show, and join the artists on stage to dance the “Mas Macarena”.

(The number of students able to participate in the interactive portion of the show may vary, please inquire at check in for more information).

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The health and safety of our artists, students, and teachers is our top priority. We all know this is a critical moment in our world, with new developments unfolding daily with respect to the COVID-19 virus.

The backbone of Hispanic Flamenco Ballet is our performing group of dancers and musicians. Due to the escalation of the pandemic, and after careful consideration, we have decided to postpone the Spring 2020 tour and send our artists and office employees home so they can be with their families and loved ones.

The economic impact caused this novel virus is yet to be determined. The cost of organizing an entire tour, reserving theatres, and covering travel expenses of artists is a significant investment. 

Despite that, we want you to know we can offer a 100% refund credit towards the upcoming tour. You can reach us at any time, but please note we are working with minimal office staff, from our home offices.

We are all in this together, joining forces against an invisible enemy. Thank you for your solidarity, patience and understanding. Hispanic Flamenco Ballet promises to keep you posted as new information becomes available.

Stay healthy and safe.

Jorge Ceron
Founder, Managing Director