Siudy Flamenco: Flamenco Intimo
Flamenco Intimo is a Flamenco suite created by Siudy Garrido with original music by composer/guitarist Jose Luis de La Paz. Flamenco Intimo presents a journey through the diversity of colors, sensations, and emotions of a pure-rooted Flamenco, while at the same time remaining open to the present, a proper reading of the different styles of Flamenco dancing. Siudy, along with company 6 dancers, appear interspersed with stirring musical solos that take the audience on a journey into the intimate emotions in the music over the classic Flamenco rhythms known as Seguidilla, Alegrías and Solea. Siudy Garrido Flamenco Company is known for collaborations with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Flamenco superstars Farruquito and Antonio Canales. Siudy Garrido Flamenco Company contributes to the evolution of Flamenco art in America and presents a contemporary vision of Flamenco. The company is comprised of eight flamenco ballet dancers and an ensemble of virtuoso musicians led by the artistic vision of dancer and choreographer, Siudy Garrido. The company was founded in Caracas, Venezuela in 2000 and relocated to North Miami in 2015. The company has been seen on the stages of The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, Place Das Arts in Montreal, Forum Imperial in Acapulco, Mexico, and the Benedict Tent in Aspen, Colorado among others. It has participated in festivals such as The North Sea Curaçao Jazz Festival and Philanthropic summit in Palma Mallorca, Spain – Play for Good. The company’s repertoire features multidisciplinary collaborations with visual artists, dancers, musicians, designers, filmmakers, and composers. Most prominent collaborators include: Gustavo Dudamel, Juan Parrilla, Antonio Canales, Farruquito, West Side Story’s George Akram, South Florida Symphony’s Sebrina María Alfonso, Master Percussionist Adolfo Herrera, Huascar Barradas and Argentina Lopez.
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Date - Hour
December 16, 2021 at 7:00 PM
8395 NW 53rd St
Doral, Florida 33166