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The last date listed for Forever Flamenco was Sunday November 11, 2012 / 8:00pm (Timo Nunez).
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Quotes & Highlights
- "The Fountain has certainly cemented its stature as L.A.'s most significant venue for flamenco." --LA Weekly (Pick of the Week)
- "Being the sensual, intimate art form that it is ... the way you feel after a Forever Flamenco performance is pretty darn fabulous." --L.A. Splash
November 11, 2012: Flamenco superstar Timo Nunñez is joined by dancers Briseyda Zarate, Clara Rodriguez and Corrie Jimenez (“La Canela”); singer Jesus Montoya; guitarist Gabriel Osuna; and percussionist Joey Heredia. Check out a video of Timo Nunez on YouTube.
With only 78 seats in four rows, the Fountain is the perfect place to view flamenco. Each show features a roster of world-class dancers, singers and musicians drawn from the rich pool of flamenco artists in Southern California, with additional guest artists brought from San Francisco, Albuquerque and Spain.