Semana Flamenka: The Power, Passion and Poetry of Flamenco
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The last date listed for Semana Flamenka was Friday September 23, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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One of the leading chamber groups performing today, the Echo Award-winning Scharoun Ensemble Berlin features the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra's principal string and woodwind musicians. For this concert, these profoundly talented musicians will perform pieces written by Mozart and Beethoven, putting Alexander Bader's clarinet work on display. Septet, Op. 20 is one of Beethoven's most popular works and one of the finest septets ever written. The Scharoun Ensemble will also perform Mozart's Quintet for Clarinet in Strings, one of the composer's most beautiful chamber pieces. Learn More
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This flamenco show did not come close to previous flamenco events at the Barclay. The lighting of the stage was poor. There were too many solos and one of the female solo players who was the least talented - alas, danced the most. While the new trend among male flamenco dancers is to wear suits, in this case, the dancers were not enhanced by their attire. The show should have ended after a terrific solo by the male dancer (the thinner of the two).
Quotes & Highlights
- "Among the many reasons to like the Irvine Barclay's New World Flamenco Festival is just how darm well flamenco's many flavors and facets are presented to the audience -- easily digested by connaisseur and novice alike." --<em>Orange County Register</em>
The largest ensemble ever presented by the festival, 14 stellar dancers, musicians and singers have been gathered from the U.S. and Spain. In the gypsy tradition of improvisation and inspiration, the ensemble will perform with different soloists being featured. With a cast this large, you can expect the fin de fiesta, the joyous finale of the show, to be full of fireworks.