Flamenco-Spanish Dance Company Brisas de España at Historic Hoover Theatre
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The last date listed for Brisas de España was Saturday December 11, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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Whether you own your own kilt or can't tell haggis from collops, this vibrant evening of Scottish music and Celtic dancing will transport you to the Highlands. Glenfiddich international fiddle champion Rebecca Lomnicky and bagpiper David Brewer, of the popular Celtic band Molly's Revenge, will provide the soundtrack with their blend of traditional Gaelic music and contemporary reels. These two musicians have performed around the world, from Australia to Shanghai to Glasgow. Learn More
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Since the shows includes the Flamenco school students, the performance levels vary over quit a range. However, overall the show is fun, the Flamenco dresses are fantastic, and it is a good value (despite Goldstar's steep $4 service charge on a $7 ticket).
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“Brisas…offered the crowd a taste of rousing, dramatic dance.” —Oakland Tribune
“Lugo, who earned her Spanish dance stripes early on with veteran performer Lola Montes, proves herself adapt in choreographing story dances based on the traditions of classical court dances… pure dance poetry.” —Contra Costa Times
The Flamenco Society of San Jose presents Brisas de España, recognized as one of the top Flamenco-Spanish dance companies in the United States. The uniqueness of Brisas de España emanates from the combination of Flamenco-Spanish dance presented on stage by Artistic Director, Carolina Lugo. Her artistic vision, which brings top international Flamenco artists from Spain and abroad to grace the stage with her and her company, interweaves the extraordinary talents of these artists with melodic palates of musical virtuosity and colorful step design with the clever staging of dancers
and musicians interlacing rhythms with one another to create a colorful canvas of artists on stage.