THE FLAVOR OF SPAIN™ Part 3-Unsung Songs of Spain

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Part 3:  Unsung Songs of Spain

Elena Greco


Richard Gordon


Suzzanne Ponomarenko, dancer

Date TBA, 2017, 8:00 pm
at Studios 353, 353 W 48th St (bet 8th/9th Aves)

What is it about Spanish music that lets you know instantly that it’s Spanish? THE FLAVOR OF SPAIN™ explores in multimedia the exotic cultural influences that create that unique sound. Deep in the lush, passionate and thrilling sound of this music are influences of the Moorish, Middle Eastern, Italian, French, Sephardic and Flamenco cultures, and you will hear all of these elements in the music of THE FLAVOR OF SPAIN™.

Unsung Songs of Spain showcases two Spanish composers who are mostly unknown in this country, Federico Longàs and Jordi Sabatés, as well as little-heard songs of better-known composers, Amadeu Vives, Eduard Toldrà and Fernando Obradors. We will be offering two U.S. premieres in this concert, one with an interpretive dance by Suzzanne Ponomarenko. You will be amazed at the beauty and sensuality of this music, and you will leave with a deep appreciation for this amazing genre.

For more information about THE FLAVOR OF SPAIN™ concert series and the performers, click here: The Flavor of Spain.

Click here to see our inspired — and inspiring — team of performers and technicians:  EGMP Personnel

Please note: This is a FRAGRANCE-FREE event so that those who have allergies and asthma can be comfortable.

The EGMP 2016-2017 Season is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of the EGMP 2016-2017 Season must be made payable to Fractured Atlas only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

You can be a part of bringing this unique entertainment to those who most need it and continuing to create innovative shows that entertain, educate and enliven by clicking here: EGMP 2016-2017 Season Indiegogo Campaign.

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