Flamenco Fest 2012: Compañía Rafaela Carrasco's Vamos al Tiroteo
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the performance was good, but the venue and our seats made it very difficult to appreciate/enjoy it. we were seated in the balcony (row c). I am a slim woman of slightly above average height and the seats/leg room were so small that I was...continued
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From Seville, Rafaela Carrasco is a breathtaking dancer and one of the most important flamenco choreographers of her generation. With her company of five dancers and live musicians, she displays her rare ability to explore new concepts while maintaining the essence and integrity of flamenco in Vamos al Tiroteo. Set to a selection of popular Spanish songs originally recorded by Federico García Lorca and sung by La Argentinita in 1931, Vamos al Tiroteo brings new life and energy to the music that inspired a hugely influential generation of flamenco artists.