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Falla and Flamenco

Sat, April 17, 2010 – 8:00 pm

Falla and Flamenco

Manuel de Falla, Spain’s most famous composer, used Flamenco to revitalize Spanish music after a century of somnolence. El Corregidor y la Molinera (The Magistrate and the Miller’s Wife) is an early version of Falla’s beloved The Three-Cornered Hat and exemplifies the haunting cante jondo of Flamenco song and the dramatic exuberance of Flamenco dance. Choreographed by Spain’s renowned Ramón Oller, this new production –featuring dancers from Barcelona and New York– is part of the international celebration of Spain’s Spring 2010 Presidency of the European Union.

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