Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at New York City Center
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Flamenco Festival 2014 is a showcase for some of Spain's finest dancers and singers in a celebration of truly authentic flamenco. One of the highlights of the festival will be a performance of Lluvia (Spanish for "Rain"), the latest show from Eva Yerbabuena. Highly respected throughout the international dance scene, Yerbabuena has been honored with a number of prestigious awards, including the Premio Nacional de Danze (Spain's National Dance Award), and hailed as "a visionary, magisterial dancer whose effects go far beyond technique," by The Guardian. In Lluvia she will be joined by four other talented dancers and an ensemble of musicians, as she continues to expand the tradition of flamenco dancing with her world-class footwork that The Independent describes as "the kind of artistry that appears once in a generation." Learn More
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Join the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in honoring Judith Jamison's 20th Anniversary at New York City Center. Since she became Artistic Director of the company in 1989, Judith Jamison's vision and passion have taken the company to astounding new heights while continuing Mr. Ailey's pioneering mission to bring African-American cultural expression to the world's greatest stages.
Ailey's season is packed full of goodies: four premieres including Jamison's new work, Among Us (Private Spaces: Public Places) and a Best of 20 Years highlights program. Most performances feature Alvin Ailey's own masterpiece Revelations, about which Oprah Winfrey says, "Every American owes it to him or herself to see the Ailey company perform Revelations. It is an American phenomenon. I've probably seen it countless times and every time it's magical and spiritual and hopeful -- everything we want ourselves to be and hope that our country will be."