Presented by Zíngari Flamenco

Friday June 3, 2016
8 PM

Tickets $23-$25

This is the path of many creatures on earth looking for better conditions to succeed, looking for knowledge or challenges, looking for another world of imagination and creative sources.

The journey could be full of joy, or pain, full of darkness or light. This is the story of many souls on earth: Migrations.

Flamenco art is part of the migration energy. Among it origins we find stories about a journey from north of India, among its expressions we find sounds, movements, from different regions. The journey continues in every person who chooses flamenco to express, there is a new flavor, a new story and vision to reveal through the rhythms and sounds of flamenco.

This show reveals the continue flow of this migration force. Two dancers migrated from different countries and found in the flamenco realms. They share this wonderful expression and they decide to EXPLORE IT through their background and their personal path, telling personal poems and moving with personal flamenco moves.

For this exploration they choose other musical voices: traditional sounds from Japan, cello and lyrical voice. They are not traditional elements for flamenco expression, but the dancers found new links to flow with this different voices. Let the migration continue in sounds, waves and moves

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Running time is approximately 50 minutes.
Audience Advisory: Use of Smoke Machine


Tickets $23 in advance available online here until midnight on Thursday June 2nd.  Tickets $25 at the door on Friday June 3rd.
Purchases made online or by telephone are by credit card only.
At the door payments accepted by cash, debit, VISA and Mastercard.
For information on group rates, call the box office at 416-531-1402.

Box Office Telephone: 416-531-1402 Email: boxoffice[at]nativeearth.ca

More information on ticket pick-up here.

In Toronto, Zíngari Alejandra Garcia leads her project “Zingari flamenco & Art production” creating spaces for the coming together of artists, and teaching flamenco dance. Learn More