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Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre presents “A Flamenco Debut”

  • Middletown Arts Center 36 Church Street Middletown, NJ 07748 United States (map)

Join New Jersey’s premier Spanish Dance & Flamenco dance company - the widely acclaimed Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre. Be the first to get a sneak peek of this exciting company's up-and-coming dancers, headlined by your favorite south Jersey Alborada dancer - soloist Teresa Rodriguez. Amy Otero, a featured dancer with Alborada will also be dancing her premier of "BAMBERAS” - on Friday, October 30, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at the Middletown Arts Center (MAC), located at 36 Church Street in Middletown, NJ 07748.   Experience the power of Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre during this visually and musically exciting journey that features the vibrant colors, sights and sounds of Spain. The MAC’s beautiful Walter Rauffer Theater will provide the backdrop for celebrating the group’s new dance program. Among the new dances to be premiered is the “Alegrias” (choreographed by Eva Lucena, Artistic Director) and the “Guarijas" (choreography for shawls set by Eva Lucena, and choreography for fans set by Claudia Morena). 
 
Since its founding in 1965, the Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre musicians, soloists and ensemble have performed live for thousands of people from across the NY/NJ tri-state region.  Alborada embraces all forms of dance from Spain, including Flamenco, Classical, Folkloric and the Escuela Bolera (18th century court dances). On October 30th, “A Flamenco Debut” will transport guests at the Middletown Arts Center to the country’s northern, central and southern regions thanks to an evening of thrilling dances.
This performance is funded in part by the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.

Tickets: $18, Students & Seniors - $15
To purchase, go to Box Office: www.middletownarts.org or call 732-706-4100.

For more information,  go to website www.AlboradaDance.org, email AlboradaDance@optonline.net, or call 732-598-3979.

Photo: Alborada Soloist Teresa Rodriguez - Tangos de Malaga
Photo credit-Natalia Proskina 2012