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April 23
7:30pm
Sidney Harman Hall
610 F Street NW
Washington, DC

Presented by Post-Classical Ensemble
Angel Gil-Ordonez, music director
Joseph Horowitz, artistic director

Manuel de Falla, Spain’s most famous composer used flamenco to revitalize Spanish music after a century of somnolence. El Corregidor y la Molinera (The Magistrate and the Miller’s Wife) is an early version of Falla’s beloved The Three-Cornered Hat and exemplifies the haunting cante jondo of flamenco song and the dramatic exuberance of flamenco dance. Choreographed by Spain’s renowned Ramon Oller, this new production – featuring dancers from Barcelona and New York – is part of the international celebration of Spain’s Spring 2010 Presidency of the European Union. There will also be a free screening of rare films of legendary flamenco artists in private performance at the National Gallery of Art April 18th. Enter below to win a pair of tickets to the April 23rd performance.

Visit post-classicalensemble.org for more information.

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