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Saturday, November 03, 2018

7:30pm - Lazzara Performance Hall
University of North Florida

with Guest Artists: Cuarteto Flamenco del Sur

Cuarteto Flamenco del Sur combines the talents of the Romanian virtuoso guitarist Silviu Ciulei’s Maharajah Flamenco Trio and the internationally renowned percussionist and ethnomusicologist Michael Bakan. Together, they form one of the most exciting and dynamic flamenco nuevo, or “new flamenco,” groups on the world music scene today. Cuarteto’s passionate music blends the rich traditions of Spanish flamenco with diverse styles of jazz, classical, and popular music, mixing it all up with exotic instruments and scintillating rhythms from around the world—Cuba, Peru, and West Africa; Aboriginal Australia, the Middle East, and Indonesia. Their repertoire spans the gamut from bulerias to Bach, rumba to rock, and didjeridoo to duende. The result is a band that pushes to the cutting edge of world music innovation while at the same maintaining a firm foothold in one of the world’s great music traditions: flamenco!

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