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Baltimore Soundstage
near Baltimore's Inner Harbor and Power Plant Live! 124 Market Place Baltimore, MD 21202
410-244-0057
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34 reviews
10 stars
Beware: $17 for a rum and coke and a glass of water--and the rum and coke was nasty.
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Make sure you get a parking voucher from club.
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"Flamenco Soul"
6 ratings
4.2 average rating
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2 reviews
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attended Jun 24 2012

The musicians were great and the dancer was phenomenal. It was jazz with a Latin flavour and while I like all kinds of music I prefer jazz in lesser doses. We (3) enjoyed the show very much and liked the venue too. The service and food were...continued

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attended Jun 24 2012

Excellent performance. Our family(ages 6-68) thoroughly enjoyed it and would attend again in the future, given the opportunity.

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attended Jun 24 2012

Not what I expected, but still a very good group of musicians. The techniques are there, but lacked in the soul department. The venue was not great.

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Description

All ages are welcome. All patrons require their own ticket.

This event is part of Young Flamenco Project, an initiative of SPAIN arts & culture (www.spainculture.us) and the Berklee College of Music – Mediterranean Music Insitute to foster the musical creativity of young Spanish and Latin-American artists in the United States.

Seven-time Latin Grammy Award winner, Artistic Director of Berklee College of Music’s Mediterranean Music Institute in Valencia as well as 2012 artist-in-residence in Berklee Boston, the young producer, musician, and composer Javier Limón is already a legend of Latin American culture. His many composition and production credits include major albums by renowned artists such as Paco de Lucía, Bebo Valdés, El Cigala, Enrique Morente, Wynton Marsalis, and the acclaimed Spanish singer Concha Buika.