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27 March 2022
JOSEPH SARGEANT COMMUNITY CENTRE
Combining electronic music and Contemporary Flamenco
“FlamencoBIT” is a new work by choreographer Pepa Molina and composer Manuel Barco combining electronic music and Contemporary Flamenco dance for Compañía Pepa Molina’s emerging artists Flamenco Ensemble “Las Flamenkas”. This new collaboration will establish cross-cultural dialogues between traditional art forms and contemporary cultures (electronic music) showcasing emerging dancers.
Choreographer: Pepa MolinaComposer: Manuel Barco Emerging artists: Lily Cook, Ynez Campos, Eliza Cooper, Amari Leiva UrzuaPhoto Credit: Pepa Molina
60 Prospect St, Erskineville NSW 2043
"Pepa Molina is an Australian Flamenco artist with Andalusian heritage and a respected international profile. Pepa is dedicated to promoting, producing, and propagating the unique art form of Flamenco within the Spanish and non-Spanish speaking communities of Australia and increasing the awareness and recognition of Australian artistic excellence overseas. Multi-award-winning founder and Director of Dance Company, “Compañía Pepa Molina”, since 2004, producing and choreographing 7 full-length Flamenco productions to date staged worldwide in collaboration with leading Australian and International dance professionals and musicians."
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