Capital and main attraction of the worlds most-visited nation, Madrid is a Spanish feast of fascinating sights and remarkable side-trips. King Phillip II, who moved the government from Toledo Spain to this geographic center of the nation, established Madrid as capital of Spain in 1561, generating it one particular of Europes youngest capitals. Among many highlights we check out Puerta del Sol and Plaza Mayor, and walk the little lanes.
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Louisville, KY (PRWEB) February 07, 2012
FlamencoTalk raises the bar once again when it comes to delivering a leading notch Hispanic cultural system many in the community have come to expect. On March 17, 2012 Kentucky Centers Bomhard Theater will welcome Antonio Granjero and Roberto Lorente as element of the stellar cast of international artists of Mosaico Andalus a new flamenco production presented by FlamencoTalk.
Via a kaleidoscope of colors and emotions, Mosaico Andalus, or Andalusian Mosaic, will unravel the complicated patterns of ancient flamenco types that make up this art of contrasts. Age-old rhythms, coursing like a heartbeat through the movement of dancers, answering the passionate plea of the guitar and the laments of the cantaores (singers), develop a palpable tension thats waiting to explode like a sonic boom in a fury that is flamenco.
Mosaico Andalus is directed by Antonio Granjero (Jerez de la Frontera) and will feature singers Roberto Lorente (Madrid) and Jos
The theme for my Madrid video is follow your dream. I interview Marta Escauriaza about living her dream of operating a restaurant, and Javier Icazuriaga about his not too long ago established music recording enterprise. Thanks to Miguel, Sarah, Mark, Mercedes and Margie for aid with translations. Thanks to Axel for use of his flamenco tune. www.icompositions.com
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