Experience the fiery passion and artful grace of truly authentic Flamenco at Ballet Flamenco La Rosa’s Ritmo y Pasion (Rhythm and Passion) on Sunday, March 1 at 3 pm. In celebration of its 30th Anniversary Season, this new, original work will take place in an intimate, up close and personal setting at the Black Box Theatre of PAN, Performing Arts Network in North Miami.
The international flavor and appeal of Flamenco will be brought to life by an international cast of performers and musicians, capturing the spellbinding power of Flamenco at its best – vocalist Salvador De Angela, guitarist Alex Jordan, dancers Jose Junco, Juan Sobrino, Maria Mercedes and Ilisa Rosal. Ritmo y Pasion reflects the collaborative efforts of Artistic Director and choreographer Ilisa Rosal, with the acclaimed Spanish master teacher, performer and choreographer, Manolete.
With its spectacular footwork, precise athleticism and vibrant energy, Ritmo y Pasion is at once sensual and spiritual, raw and refined, and filled with both restrained passion and electrifying release, making for a powerful and passionate production.
Ritmo y Pasion will delight with authentic Flamenco music and dance, produced in a range of rhythms and styles that are dramatic, soulful, joyous, sensual and passionate all at once. Add the powerful vocals, electrifying footwork, and all of the grace and beauty that has made Flamenco so loved by audiences throughout the world, and this authentic Flamenco production will have you on your feet, chanting “Ole!”
Ritmo y Pasion takes place on Sunday, March 1 at 3 pm. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door; $10 for members, seniors and students. Limited seating, advance purchase recommended. Performances take place at the Black Box Theatre Studios of PAN, 13124 West Dixie Highway, North Miami, FL 33161. For tickets or further information, please call (305) 899-7730, online http://bit.ly/17cul6b
These programs are made possible with the support of the State of Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, The Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami- Dade Mayor and Board of County Commissioners and The National Endowment for the Arts.