Noche de Sabor: The Passion & Flavor of Tango!
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The last date listed for Noche de Sabor was Saturday August 18, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Sophia E.
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I was a little disappointed but that was my own fault. I bought the ticket based on the small description and thought I was going to see a tango show. Had I read the entire description, I would have realized that it was a ballet show with some other forms of dance thrown in. The 2 tango routines seemed very basic and the choreograghy did not seem to change between the 2 numbers.
The ballet was good but I wasn't really in the mind set to see it.
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Never again! Noche de Sabor claims to be a "fusion" of salsa, tango and ballet. It is definitely not! 80 % of the show time is taken by ballet, with 20% of everything else (which is 1 salsa,1 flamenco and 2 tango dances). I am a big fan of salsa...continued
Noche de Sabor (“Night of Flavor”) will feature an evening of Ballet, Flamenco, Tango and Salsa offering an evening of exotic fusion of classical dance and ballet fired up in the music of Ludwig Minkus, Manuel de Falla, Astor Piazolla and more! The program will include excerpts from the ballet Don Quixote, Tangos and Castilla (Flamenco).
The cast of dancers will include: Tatiana A’Vermond, Lukash Abrahamyan, Yoko Ambe, Genaro Diaz Caamal, Albertossy Espinoza, Maria del Rocio Franco Salto, Robson Tadeu Freire, Kristine Gregorian, Felicia Guzman, Jeff Klein, Eleanor Knabe, Philippe Leibzig, Aimee Lopez, Nicole Mathis, April Mcleod, Holly Mistine, Gabrielle Palmatier, Oscar Reyna, Arsen Serobian, Yesenia Serratos, Atsuhisa Shinomiya, Andee Speakman, Jessica Taylor and Steven Woodruff.
Guest Artists will include world renowned Tango dancer, Sergei Tumas, performing “Suga y Mysterio” and dancer Edgar Nikolian of Vienna State Opera performing “Quere.” In addition, Guest Artist dancers from Ballet Santa Barbara, Carrie Diamond, Director, will perform “Suenos Castillaños.”