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Comment Archives: Locations: Arts & Entertainment: Cultural Centers

Re: “Berkeley Art Center

Always a pleasure to see what new artists are showcase

Posted by Editor on 07/02/2015 at 5:44 PM

Re: “Berkeley Art Center

Love the Indian (Bollywood) programs.

Posted by indra gidwani on 06/24/2015 at 1:26 PM

Re: “La Peña Cultural Center

Always offering great music and interesting events

Posted by mari spotswood on 06/12/2015 at 8:21 PM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center

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Posted by Editor on 07/31/2014 at 12:09 AM

Re: “Casa de Cultura

Great classes! They have the best Zumba teacher in town,Tanja!!

Posted by natalie bawany on 06/13/2012 at 8:22 PM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center

The Red Hot Chachkas, a Klezmer fusion band, released its new CD, “Beats without Borders”, on January 5th, 2010. All tracks are original melodies written by members of the band. The music is fun, spontaneous and exciting, and it fuses klezmer with many musical genres, including old time, jazz, latin, and calypso. CD’s are available on our web site, www.redhotchachkas.com, at CD Baby, and at ITunes. The members of the band are Julie Egger: violin, Barbara Speed: clarinet, Tony Phillips: mandolin, Aaron Seeman: accordion, Michael Arrow: drums and Breck Diebel: bass. The band will be performing at Art House Gallery & Cultural Center, 2905 Shattuck Ave. (near Ashby BART), Berkeley on March 13th. Show at 8pm. Donation is $10

Julie Egger Founder, manager and violinist
Red Hot Chachkas
julieegger@comcast.net
redhotchachkas.com
415-488-9125
P.O. 36
Lagunitas, CA 94938

Posted by haroldadler on 03/10/2010 at 3:33 AM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center

A step back in time.......

A unique exhibit of vintage photographs by Sixties photographer and journalist William Haigwood will open February 7 at the Berkeley Art House Gallery and Cultural Center, 2905 Shattuck Avenue Berkeley CA 94705 510-472-3170

Haigwood’s images, made between 1966 and 1978, are formatted as Tarot cards and use the Fool’s Journey to extend a new reading of the era’s crucial touchpoints, including the changing nature of personal relationships, the sexual revolution, the emergence of the New Left, feminism, civil rights, cultural and artistic developments, as well as social, economic, and intellectual achievements that advanced the Counterculture. The exhibit’s more than 90 photos are part of a larger work by Haigwood entitled Journeying the Sixties: A Counterculture Tarot, a 130,000 word history that uses the Tarot to conceptualize and describe the period’s critical cycles of experience.

Haigwood began his career in journalism as a reporter and photographer for the Berkeley Gazette in the 1960s while earning a degree in history from the University of California. He covered student protests and the emergence of the Counterculture in the San Francisco Bay Area, Northern California, and the Pacific Northwest well into the 1970s, writing hundreds of articles and making thousands of photographs. He has been an editor and publisher of newspapers in the Bay Area and Northern California for more than 25 years. The author’s inspiration for this work came from revisiting thousands of his Sixties photographs and discovering, in a synchronous surprise, the emergence of a 40-year-old Tarot that offered novel signposts for a new and comprehensive survey of the Counterculture. Some of Haigwood’s images were recently published in People’s Park: Still Blooming, a history of Berkeley’s People’s Park edited by Teri Compost.

A reception for the Artist will be held Sunday, Feb. 7, from 1-5 p.m. at the Art House Gallery and Cultural Center. For more information, contact Harold Adler at 510-482-3336.

Admission Free:. Donations to Art House Galley & Cultural Center accepted Thank you.

Wheelchair Accessible

Posted by haroldadler on 02/02/2010 at 1:37 AM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center


A not to miss event will be held on Saturday January 23 at The Art House Gallery 2905 Shattuck Ave in Berkeley with Tara Tinsley headlining the show with her acoustic music that falls along the lines of Jewel. It will be Tinsley's first show in the bay area since competing in the Miss California USA competition last November. Ryan Toth will also grace the stage with his Dave Matthews sounding tunes right after Chris Farris who will start the show out at 7pm. This event will feature art by Kyle Thaw, an amazing artist with unique vision from Tracy, CA. The event is all ages with a $7+ suggested donation.

Posted by haroldadler on 01/16/2010 at 10:40 PM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center


berkeley's art house gallery and cultural center* presents:

'ava bird and friends'
A SHAKTI SOULSTICE CELEBRATION!
sunday december 6th
7pm
2905 shattuck av
berkeley
donation $10

*wheelchair accessible







A SHAKTI SOULSTICE CELEBRATION is an enchanting evening honoring the goddess cosmos energies of birth, deliverance, creation, manisfestation, giving, origination, existence and the creative spirit inherent in all women. Please come out and celebrate local women poets, writers, musicians, and artists and support Berkeley’s newest and coolest and most psychedelic art gallery, which gives space and preference to local artists.



A SHAKTI SOULSTICE features the bay’s finest female voices that ring out pleasure and pain, love and lust, the wicked and wise, ecstasy and energy, jump for joy and join an enthusiastic audience to celebrate the birth of another mother earth new beginning, smiling at the arrival of 2010. Come celebrate originality, re-birth and co-creation with us!



SHAKTI SOULSTICE is:


ava bird: poet, rhymes the radical!

akasa: shamanic enchantress

kayla sussell: funny, serious, sometimes sour at 77!

jeanne lupton: poet performer

laura riggs: architect, writer

La Tigresa: author, activist, performer

steffysue on the yuke: ukulele strummer songstress

may garsson: sassy, serious yet funny

420 special: honoring the sacred prayer time



Posted by haroldadler on 11/30/2009 at 12:59 AM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center

A GREAT PLACE TO CELEBRATE THE ARTS. Spoken Word ,Poetry ,Singer Songwriters, Acoustic Unpluged, and Great Parties

Posted by haroldadler on 11/30/2009 at 12:13 AM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center


LIVE AT ART HOUSE GALLERY

JIM PAGE, HALI HAMMER & CLARA BELLINO


PRESS RELEASE

WHO: Jim Page www.jimpage.net
Hali Hammer www.halihammer.com
Clara Bellino www.clarabellino.com
WHAT: Concert (suggested donation $7-12)
WHERE: Art House, 2905 Shattuck Avenue,
Berkeley (north of Ashby)
WHEN: Sunday, November 22nd
Doors open 6:30, Clara Bellino at 7:00,
Hali Hammer at 7:30
WHY: Jim Page, incredible Seattle singer-songwriter, is in the Bay Area. Art House is honored to host.
About Jim Page: After seeing him perform at the High Sierra Music Festival in the summer of ‘97, Rob Bleetstein of Gavin wrote: “Jim Page is a lyrical genius with a guitar. This man personifies the word ‘free-flow.’ Page takes to the mic and the song invents itself on the spot; his talent is a natural wonder.” And in any of the many countries, from the countless tours and stages he has played people say the same. “A truly amazing man...one of the great originals. Ignore him at your peril.” - Hot Press, Dublin
Jim has been on the scene for more than twenty years and his reputation continues to grow. He has shared the stage with the likes of Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, Dan Bern, Michelle Shocked, Leftover Salmon, Mickey Hart, J.J. Cale, Robert Hunter, Chuck Brodsky, and John Hammond. His songs have been performed by Christy Moore, Michael Hedges, John Trudell, The Doobie Brothers, Joanne Rand, Casey Neill, and (yes) David Soul.
Often cited for his biting political pieces he is in constant demand by the social movements of the day.
“Jim's been writing great topical songs for as long as I can remember, bringing his acute wit and wry humor to a host of subjects that can really use both. In the tradition of Woody and Dylan, he cuts right to the heart with music you actually enjoy listening to. I'm a longtime admirer.” - Bonnie Raitt
“If Jim Page ain’t the bastard son of Woody Guthrie I’m T-Bone Walker”
- Robert Hunter
“Jim Page’s songs get right to the point. He looks at the world clearly and reports what he sees with compassion, humor and a biting sense of irony. And boy! can he sing and play. If you’re ever going to get the message, this is the messenger to get it from.” - U. Utah Phillips

Hali Hammer is an award winning singer-songwriter who has sung and played for peace and political causes for over three decades. She worked on the Heritage Tree Initiative, and was a primary organizer for Citizens to Save Minnewaska in upstate New York, which is now Minnewaska Lake State Park instead of a Marriott property. Aside from writing and performing her own music, she is a member of Freedom Song Network and plays bass with the Jump-In band, which plays folk-rock oldies. She was the coordinator of the 2003 Berkeley Free Folk Festival and is an SF Folk Club board member. Hali was a member of the chorus that sang onstage behind Nelson Mandela at the Oakland Coliseum. Her feet are tired from too many years of marching against war.
“Gotta say: The recordings of your music which you sent me a month or so ago: “The Best of…” and “Gypsy-O” are just DYNAMITE!! You write greeeat topical songs, Hali! Right up there with Malvina. Must be something about the Bay Area water…No, really: I can hardly wait to play some of your stuff on “Women’s Voices”!--and I’ll play LOTS of it, believe me! Please keep me in mind when you put out anything else!!…With a big smile on my face I thank you once again for your music and your sensibility--not to mention the gift of your voice…
— Gerrie Blake, “Women’s Voices” KUNV 91.5fm, Las Vegas, Nevada

Hailing from Paris, France, and growing up in a small village of the French Alps, Clara Bellino blends heartfelt rhythms, magical lyrics, and unimaginable emotions into a rare mixture of solid American songs with an unfettered sense of humor and a European sense of what is amusing. Clara spent the majority of the 1990's entertaining live audiences at The Great American Music Hall, The Paradise, and more recently at Café Du Nord in San Francisco. She's also played benefits for Code Pink,Music in Schools Today, Guitars Not Guns, Beyond the Hoop, Katrina, Food Not Bombs, Toys for Tots, and the Monterey Pop Festival 40TH Anniversary with "Musicians for Peace."
For More Info: Harold Adler 510-472-3170

Posted by Harold Adler on 11/17/2009 at 2:11 AM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center


Live @ Art House Gallery "SIMPLE ENSEMBLE" ALL STAR JAZZ
Friday Nov. 6th
2905 Shattuck Ave.
Berkeley CA 94705 (near Ashby Bart stn).
7pm door 8pm Show
$5.00- $10.00 Donation
510-482-3336 info.

Pat Fahey mandolin gigged w/Dave Grisman, Mike Marshall, Daryl Anger (Great American Music Hall), Noel Redding (House Of Blues, Maritime Hall), John Lee Hooker (BoomBoom Room), B.J. Pappa, Regina Carter
Randy Craig piano founding member of Pickle Family Circus, faculty member @ Contra Costa College, artist-in-residence at School Of The Arts, Circu de Solei, one of Bay Areas greatest jazz pianists
Richard Saunders bass played with Randy for decades, on faculty at CMC in The Mission, one of the Bay Area's finest bass players for a generation, he and Randy housed and performed with pianist Jessica Williams!
Leanna Stark vocals newly minted music degree at SF State, a fresh voice in jazz ensemble

plus special guests.

We will perform radical arrangements of traditional jazz tunes off the upcoming CD "Trouble In Paradise". Randy, Richard and I have gigged together at St. Martin De Porres for homeless folks every Xmas and Thanksgiving for decades.


This gig is dedicated to:

Benjamin Linder, clown partner and civil engineer and payaso who brought electricity and juggling to El Cua in the war zones
of Nicaragua--and was murdered for doing so by the Contras on orders from CIA station in Tegulsagapa, Honduras on April 28, 1987;

Michael Smith, guitarist, songwriter and leader singer for the British rock group The Softies, who produced my first CD "The Nuclear Free Orchestra",
who died too young in May, 2007.

Abe Osheroff, building contractor who I met in Nicaragua with his crew when I was doing carpentry in the war zone, discovering later that he had been part of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade in Spain. I was Abe's favorite mandolinist!

Jessica Williams, who gave me TWO solos in one of her jazz workshops I attended in 1980, and was so encouraging. She called me over, whispering to me to "keep doing what you're doing. I like where you're going with this..."

Posted by Harold Adler on 11/04/2009 at 7:06 PM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center

A HIPPIE HALLOWEEN COSTUME & DANCE PARTY

ART HOUSE GALLERY & San Francisco's Summer of Love Review" Presents:
A Hippie Halloween Costume & Dance Party
STARRING LIVE IN PERSON COUNTRY JOE McDONALD " (who performed at Woodstock in 1969)
+ 5 LIVE Tribute BANDS
THE DOORS
JIMI HENDRIX
Pearl Essence as JANIS JOPLIN
Cosmo's Factory a Creedence Clearwater Revival
JEFERSON AIRPLANE
+ A costume contest and Fashion Show
+A 60s Psychedelic Light Show by LSD VISUALS

Saturday October 31st 2009
7pm door 8pm show
18+
$13. Donation to Benefit Art House Gallery
Art House Gallery & Cultural Center
2905 Shattuck Ave. ( near Ashby Ave. Bart Station)
Berkeley CA 94705
for more info: 510-482-3336
adlerphotos@yahoo.com
Plenty of Free parking
Art House is wheelchair accessible

Posted by Harold Adler on 10/20/2009 at 8:02 PM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center

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Moh Alileche (pronounced ali LESH)

Moh was born and raised in the Mountains of the Kabylia region of Algeria. From his village, at the age of 9, he taught himself to play traditional Amazigh (Berber) music on a hand-made-single-stringed instrument (see photo below), evolving to a guitar and later to the North African 10-silkstringed mandol or "agember" in Tamazight language.

His talent on "agember" grew, soon he became known in his region for his skills as a musician, singer and songwriter, resulting in his very first radio (channel 2) interview in 1980 with hosts Medjahed Mouhoub and Mohamed Rachid in the capital city of Algiers.

Since his move to the USA in 1990, Moh has a captivated many American audiences with his authentic style. He has participated in a variety of events, including San Diego State International Festival UC Berkeley International Spring Festival, and San Francisco World Music Festival. After the release of the first CD, Tragedy in 2000, several Northern California radio stations have interviewed Moh, including KPFA 94.1 in Berkeley and KALW 91.7 in San Francisco. In 2001, some of his music was incorporated in a movie documentary entitled "The Visionary".

As he moves on to new projects, Moh wishes to continue promoting the music and culture of his Amazigh ancestors of North Africa, bringing their joys and struggles to consciousness of even broader international audiences

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Moh Alileche Ensemble:

Moh , vovals, mondol

Sara Salzmann, violin

John Waller hand drum

Tim Fuson, bendir (large frame drum)

Kami, keyboard

Flag of Freedom Productions
P.O.BOX 2720
Berkeley, CA 94702 USA
www.flagoffreedom.com
www.myspace.com/mohalileche
For More Info: Harold Adler 510-472-3170

Posted by Harold Adler on 10/03/2009 at 12:23 PM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center


> RAMANA VIEIRA and Ensemble: The New Voice Of Portuguese
> World Music
> Friday October 2 2009
> Doors at 7:00p.m.
> Show is at 8:00p.m.
> Admission: $10 - $15 Donation to benefit Art House Gallery
> 18+
>
> Art House, Gallery & Cultural Center
> 2905 Shattuck Ave.,
> Berkeley, CA,
> 94705
> 510-472-3170

> Opening act is: ROBERT GORDON and his ALLSTAR REVIEW

> ABOUT: RAMANA VIEIRA and Ensemble: The New Voice Of
> Portuguese World Music
>
> Hailed as a “rising star in world music” by The San
> Francisco Examiner, Ramana Vieira is a powerful vocalist
> with a deep connection to the Portuguese tradition of fado
> singing. Her work combines new musical textures and original
> compositions, bending the groove of Shakira with the melodic
> nuances of Dulce Pontes.
>
> One of the premier contemporary fado artists today, Ramana
> sings with a wide range of emotions that recall images of
> old-world Portugal. She has opened for Grammy-nominated
> fadista Mariza, performed her original song “Unido Para
> Amar” for the 2006 Winter Olympics video montage, and was
> chosen to sing for the Grammy’s 50th Awards special
> “Music Cares” benefit to honor Aretha Franklin.
>
> Ramana has recorded three albums: Despi A Alma (“I
> Undressed My Soul”), Sem Ti, and Lágrimas De Rainha
> (“Tears Of A
> Queen”)—the most recent appearing on the Pacific Coast
> Jazz label and poignantly revealing Ramana’s desire to
> invent a fresh fado sound blooming from the ground of her
> own family roots.
>
Opening for Ramana Vieira is Robert Gordon and his ALLSTAR REVIEW

> www.ramanavieira.net
> ###
>

Posted by Harold Adler on 10/02/2009 at 12:01 AM

Re: “Rhythmix Cultural Works

3 Ring Bingo Continues! October 8 and November 12
Join Rhythmix on Thursday October 8 for a special edition- FRIGHT BINGO!
Costumes are always encouraged but this month put your best foot forward in our costume contest. Winner gets a spooktacular prize from Lucky Lucy herself!

Posted by Cynthia on 09/25/2009 at 2:49 PM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center

For more information contact Harold Adler at 510-472-3170 and go to this
link at http://berkeleyarthouse.wordpress.com

Lucas Ohio Pattie in Concert
Art House Gallery & Cultural Center
2905 Shattuck Ave.
Berkeley
510-472-3170
7PM DOORS OPEN 8PM SHOW
Refreshments will be available!

$5.00-$10.00 Donation to Benefit Art House Gallery
Art House is Wheelchair Accessible

On Friday September 25Th we welcome featured artist Lucas Ohio Pattie of
Lucas Ohio and the Shamblers. Music critic Rick Alan Rice writes that
“Lucas Ohio Pattie may be the next smart young blues-folk-rocker to be
accepted into the pantheon of San Francisco Bay Area Illuminati . . . a
bright guy with a vision for something fresh and different.”
Lucas recently returned to the Bay Area from San Luis Obispo where he led
the Shamblers while attending Cal Poly/SLO. There, he and the band
developed a large, loyal fan base, quickly becoming one of the most
talked-about bands along California’s Central Coast. Both their 2006
self-titled debut “The Shamblers” and their 2008 CD “Steps Toward
Home” were critically well-received, cementing their reputation as one of
the hottest bands between Santa Barbara and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Featuring Lucas Ohio’s powerful vocals and hard-driving, muscular,
rhythmic guitar style, he and his band emerged with an energetic sound
topographically and sonically surprising — a hard-edged rock fused with
elements of blues, folk, pop, jazz, and country. A riveting performer
delivering songs in an impassioned voice, Lucas Ohio leads a band that San
Luis Obispo’s New Times declares “a new folk rock phenomenon” — a
band exceeding the sum of its parts. “This is the real deal — killer
songs, great voice, interesting
arrangements, played within a world class mix and inventive sonic pallet,
writes music critic Douglas Strobel.

Lucas Ohio Pattie’s song “All Good People,” from his second album
“Steps Toward Home” was selected by San Francisco’s KFOG to be
included in their Local Scene 6 CD. Released just two weeks ago, KFOG
describes this annual compilation CD as an “eclectic collection of some
of the best bands and singer-songwriters emerging from the vibrant Northern
California music scene.” When not writing and performing, Lucas works at
a winery in the Livermore Valley and brews beer. For more information
about Lucas Ohio Pattie, visit his website at www.lucasohiopattie.com.
We look forward to you joining us for a great evening, and opportunity to
hear one of the Bay Area’s hottest new artists – Lucas Ohio Pattie.

Posted by Harold Adler on 09/21/2009 at 10:00 PM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center

SPOKEN WORD & JAZZ CONCERT, RAVE REVIEWS,



Sunday Sept. 20, Art House Gallery,
2905 Shattuck Ave.
Berkeley,CA 94705

La Tigresa & The Tongues of Flame

IN CONCERT!

Hot Jazz and Sizzling Spoken Word



La Tigresa brings her earth-friendly mix of performance art and poetry to new heights in a full two hour concert with her brand new back-up band, THE TONGUES OF FLAME, featuring Pete Cornell on sax and flute (he has played with Lavay Smith, Dan Hicks, Austin DeLone) and Lee Elfenbein on stand-up bass (he played with nationally known comedienne/jazz singer Lea Deloria, and trained at Berklee School of Music.)

Where: Art House Gallery & Cultural Center
2905 Shattuck Ave. (near Ashby) in Berkeley

Doors open at 7:00, Show at 8:00

$5.00 - $10.00 Suggested Donation
ART HOUSE is wheelchair accessable

Rave Reviews: Former California Poet Laureate Al Young and former San Francisco Poet Laureate Jack Hirschman have both written glowing reviews of La Tigresa's forthcoming book, Naked Sacred Earth Poems.
(Full text of Reviews at www.LaTigresa.net. Excerpts below:)



"In its passionate embrace of sensuality and society, the poetry of La Tigresa (Dona Nieto) purrs and growls, but rarely meows. (She) knows what she's doing as she plugs touch back into every page -- along with voice, heart, gut and every other sense… La Tigresa celebrates the body electric and the body politic with sheer pleasure, devotion, intuition and wit… In her stand-up presence, under her spell, you smile, recognizing the underlying question that drives these poems in which corporate and human agendas collide…”

-- Al Young, California Poet Laureate Emeritus



“…what gives this book of La Tigresa (Dona Nieto) its real power… comes…with the genuine relationship the Tigress has with nature’s gifts: insects, rocks and the moon. I’ve never read a poet…who could evoke so much from an encounter with a butterfly! …with a charm that is unforgettable.”

--Jack Hirschman, San Francisco Poet Laureate Emeritus

More Info: Harold Adler 510-472-3170

http://berkeleyarthouse.wordpress.com

More info: www.LaTigresa.net

Posted by Harold Adler on 09/14/2009 at 2:35 AM

Re: “Art House Gallery & Cultural Center




SPOKEN WORD & JAZZ CONCERT,



Sunday Sept. 20, Art House Gallery, Berkeley

La Tigresa & The Tongues of Flame

IN CONCERT!

Hot Jazz and Sizzling Spoken Word



La Tigresa brings her earth-friendly mix of performance art and poetry to new heights in a full two hour concert with her brand new back-up band, THE TONGUES OF FLAME, featuring Pete Cornell on sax and flute (he has played with Lavay Smith, Dan Hicks, Austin DeLone) and Lee Elfenbein on stand-up bass (he played with nationally known comedienne/jazz singer Lea Deloria, and trained at Berklee School of Music.)

Where: Art House Gallery & Cultural Center
2905 Shattuck Ave. (near Ashby) in Berkeley

Doors open at 7:00, Show at 8:00

$5.00 - $10.00 Suggested Donation to Benefit ART HOUSE GALLERY

ART HOUSE is wheelchair acessable

Rave Reviews: Former California Poet Laureate Al Young and former San Francisco Poet Laureate Jack Hirschman have both written glowing reviews of La Tigresa's forthcoming book, Naked Sacred Earth Poems.
(Full text of Reviews at www.LaTigresa.net.



"In its passionate embrace of sensuality and society, the poetry of La Tigresa (Dona Nieto) purrs and growls, but rarely meows. (She) knows what she's doing as she plugs touch back into every page -- along with voice, heart, gut and every other sense… La Tigresa celebrates the body electric and the body politic with sheer pleasure, devotion, intuition and wit… In her stand-up presence, under her spell, you smile, recognizing the underlying question that drives these poems in which corporate and human agendas collide…”

-- Al Young, California Poet Laureate Emeritus



“…what gives this book of La Tigresa (Dona Nieto) its real power… comes…with the genuine relationship the Tigress has with nature’s gifts: insects, rocks and the moon. I’ve never read a poet…who could evoke so much from an encounter with a butterfly! …with a charm that is unforgettable.”

--Jack Hirschman, San Francisco Poet Laureate Emeritus




Posted by Harold Adler on 09/14/2009 at 2:13 AM

Re: “La Peña Cultural Center

Following the first "Celtic & Flamenco Night" that sold out La Peña Cultural Center last January, the show returns Saturday, Aug. 29. Lovers of world music will again witness the convergence of two powerful, ancient strains that have evolved into what we know today as flamenco and neo-Celtic music.

Beginning at 8 pm, three Celtic harps and violin, flamenco guitar, and lute-cuatro will meet in a rare concert featuring the acclaimed flamenco dancer Fanny Ara and Celto-Rican singer/songwriter Meli Rivera.

Posted by Mike N. on 08/20/2009 at 3:48 PM

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