Venue Details

81 Star Starred
Luckman Fine Arts Complex, Cal State LA
On the north side of campus off Circle Dr. 5151 State University Drive Los Angeles, CA 90032
323-343-6600
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Member Tips

Anna Incs Lantsman
Casual
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Anna Incs Lantsman
Buy the $3 4.5 hour parking ticket stub at yellow booth
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Anna Incs Lantsman
Wine, snacks. we brought our own water bottle.
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Anna Incs Lantsman
Best seats are towards the top on either side and middle.
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Anna Incs Lantsman
Very warm inside
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unclebyron
The art museum was open next door during intermission
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21 events
21 reviews
21 stars
attended Feb 26 2011

the weekend before we went to see Paco Pena's Flamenco we saw the Fountain Theater's Passionate Forever Flamenco at Barnsdall Park. that Flamenco was amazing and if you... continued

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16 reviews
5 stars
attended Feb 26 2011

If they were playing tonight, I would see it again. A dramatic and sensual display of this classical dance form that transports you out of the ordinary. The solitary... continued

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Website

http://www.luckmanarts.org/events/paco-pea-flamenco-vivo.html

Quotes & Highlights

“If you only see flamenco once in your life, make it this!” —The Independent (London)
See a video of Paco Peña and his company on YouTube.

Description

As a guitarist, composer, dramatist, producer and artistic mentor, Paco Peña embodies both the authenticity and innovation of flamenco and has transformed perceptions of this archetypal Spanish art form. _Flamenco Vivo! _transmits to the audience the compelling nature of a range of flamenco rhythms, from the almost tribal, trance-inducing quality of the “alboreá” to the razor-sharp complexity of the “bulería.”