Flamenco Loves Tango: a Love Story Told Through Dance at Wilshire Ebell
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The last date listed for Flamenco Loves Tango was Sunday October 25, 2009 / 7:00pm.
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The historic Wilshire Ebell Auditorium is the perfect vintage venue for this exciting variety show celebrating music from the early- to mid-1900s. Presented by the Los Angeles Theatre Organ Society, this nostalgic show will feature the talents of retro ensemble Janet Klein and Her Parlor Boys, ragtime pianist John Reed-Torres and theatre pipe organist Tony Wilson. You'll enjoy an exciting, music-filled afternoon at the Wilshire Ebell Auditorium, which has hosted the likes of Glenn Gould, Judy Garland, Igor Stravinsky and the Blues Brothers. Learn More
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Enjoyed the very good Flamenco singer and the musicians of both groups. Flamenco dancers,( incorrectly noted in the program as Prima Tango Dance Company) were better trained with more variation in dances than Tango dancers. Could find little variation in tango numbers and when the purported coming together of flamenco & tango produced only more tango, it was a let down. Certainly Tango/Juan could have added some flamenco elements and made it more interesting. It was overpriced even at Goldstar discount and definitely a no-win when the travel/wait time is longer than the performance.
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As much as it pains me to admit this, I didn't enjoy this show as I expected. The opening number reminded me of a beginners dance class. The Flamenco dancers and singer were by far better than the tango dancers. The show felt so rushed and there...continued
This is the history of an unexpected love. The relentless search for love that we all seek from the moment of birth. This is the story of two cultures and two worlds, coming together, defying codes and cultures of their ancestors. Flamenco and Tango, through the eternal drama of life’s passion renew themselves once more. From the agony of solitude two beings recognize each other and their souls join, despite the limits imposed by their respective cultures. She is the Flamenco, passion, fury and happiness. He is the Tango, exuding emotion and pride. Together they transform nostalgia into love, sadness into joy, and darkness into light. This is a story of love portrayed through Flamenco and Tango.