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Flamenco in Photos

The Flamenco Festival has been bringing Spain's greatest flamenco artists to New York City Center for twenty years. This year's two-week run saw the National Ballet of Spain, Premio Nacional de Danza winner Olga Pericet in her intimate solo piece, “La Leona,” and Gala Flamenca, highlighting dance talents Manuel Liñán, Alfonso Losa, El Yiyo, and Paula Comitre, accompanied by vocalist Sandra Carrasco. Steven Pisano photographed the festival for Fjord Review.

National Ballet of Spain. Photograph by Steven Pisano

The National Ballet of Spain performing at the Flamenco Festival at New York City Center.

Gala Flamenco at the Flamenco Festival at New York City Center.

The National Ballet of Spain at the Flamenco Festival at New York City Center.

Gala Flamenca at the Flamenco Festival at New York City Center.

Olga Pericet in “La Leona” at the Flamenco Festival at New York City Center.

Steven Pisano


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