Saturday, July 16, 2011

Spanish influence

Guitarist Michael Hauser and dancer Deborah Elias showcased Flamenco dance and music from Espana for a crowd of 350 children, parents, daycare kids, etc. The "Theater in the Woods" at Caponi Art Park holds weekly performances on Tuesday mornings at 10 am.
Next week: Indonesian Gamelan & Kechak

19 comments:

  1. A flamenco dance in Eagan ... cool!

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  2. ¡OLÉ! (again! LOL!) Great capture, Leif.

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  3. Oh no... me too Leif, Ole ..it just had to be done haha!

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  4. http://avignon.midiblogs.com/archive/2011/07/08/a-l-oulo.html

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  5. Viva Espana! What a great shot! I love a good flamenco :D

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  6. Hola el señor Leif!
    ¡Olé! ¡Olé! Clack! Clack! Would have loved to see her dance. I'm rather impressed... Eagan doesn't miss a beat! Hope you enjoyed.

    Bon weekend!

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  7. I would also say "ole" if I knew how to get those upside down exclamation points.

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  8. Jack is funny!
    Great shot.
    When I see flamenco dancers, I always worry if the floor is strong enough for their active heels..

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  9. I MUST get a schedule and go to Caponi Park; your post today and in the past have intrigued me. Great capture, Leif.

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  10. Lol, I won't ¡Olé! you but I will say that I love flamenco. Must have been cool!

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  11. What can I say, Olé!

    Fun and interesting post. Flamenco shows are typical of southern Spain, so for me it is something not often seen.

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  12. Don't you just love Flamenco dancers! So fun to photograph!
    Bon dimanche ya'll!
    V

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  13. Hombre, que bien! Not much flamenco in our area, as it is a typical Andalusian dance. And Andalusia is 1000km south of here. Here, we dance the sardane.
    Flamenco has an other meaning, BTW. It means flamingo as well.

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