World Music Institute presents FESTIVAL AY! MAS FLAMENCO

WMI’s storied Flamenco dance series returns for the first time in years

with four entrancing evenings that range from cutting-edge to traditional


Date: Mar 3, 2016

Featuring: La Otra Orilla

Time: 8:00 PM

Venue: Symphony Space

Address: 2537 Broadway at 95th Street


Date: Mar 4, 2016

Featuring: Joaquin Grilo: Dedicated to Paco De Lucia

Time: 8:00 PM

Venue: Symphony Space

Address: 2537 Broadway at 95th Street


Date: Mar 5, 2016

Featuring: La Lupi

Time: 8:00 PM

Venue: Symphony Space

Address: 2537 Broadway at 95th Street


Date: Mar 6, 2016

Featuring: Tablao Sevilla: Sonia Olla & Ismael Fernández

Time: 8:00 PM

Venue: La Nacional – Spanish Benevolent Society

Address: 239 West 14th Street, NYC


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ABOUT WMI – World Music Industry

Founded in 1985 as a not-for-profit, World Music Institute has served as the leading presenter of world music and dance within the United States. For the past 30 years, WMI has built the most comprehensive concert series of diverse music and dance performances, presenting the finest in traditional and contemporary music and dance from around the world. WMI encourages cultural exchange between nations and ethnic groups and collaborates with community organizations and academic institutions in fostering greater understanding of the world’s cultural traditions. WMI works extensively with community groups and organizations including Indian, Iranian, Chinese, Korean, Middle Eastern, Latin American, Hungarian, Irish, and Central Asian. This has enabled WMI to be at the forefront of presenting the finest ensembles from these countries.

WMI curates a full season of concerts each year in New York City in venues throughout the city, including Carnegie Hall, The Apollo, BAM, 92Y, Symphony Space, Town Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Roulette, The Beacon Theatre, Skirball Performing Arts Center at NYU, New York City Center, Drom, Storm King Art Center, the Rose Theater (Jazz at Lincoln Center), and Le Poisson Rouge. It has presented more than 1,500 concerts and events featuring artists from more than 100 countries including Africa, Asia, Oceania, Europe, the Americas and the Middle East.

In addition to its regular programming, WMI has brought many musical, dance and ritual traditions to the New York or US stage for the first time, including Laotian sung poetry, folk music of Khorason and Bushehr (Iran), songs of the Yemenite Jews, Bardic divas of Central Asia, trance ceremonies from Morocco, music from Madagascar, and Theyyams (masked dances) of Kerala, South India.

World Music Institute inspires wonder for world cultures through music and dance. Through powerful programming, WMI is creating a movement that promotes awareness and engagement of other cultures, helping to foster deeper understanding of communities around the globe.

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