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Add to Calendar 08-09-2012 08-09-2012 15 Fall Festival Celebrate the North African roots of Spain’s music and dance with Sol Y Sombra Spanish Dance Company, live Flamenco with guitarist Arturo Martinez and Oud player, Thomas Chess. Movement of the People Dance Company (guest artists of Sol y Sombra's Out of Africa Festival) presents a new work in honor of traditional West African harvest dances, lively and engaging Afro-Brazilian repertoire pieces and Dances of the Orixás and Pagode (traditional community building dances of Brazil. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=116571 Mills Pond House true DD/MM/YYYY
September 08, 2012
7pm
Mills Pond House
St. James
ALL
Free Free

Description: Celebrate the North African roots of Spain’s music and dance with Sol Y Sombra Spanish Dance Company, live Flamenco with guitarist Arturo Martinez and Oud player, Thomas Chess. Movement of the People Dance Company (guest artists of Sol y Sombra's Out of Africa Festival) presents a new work in honor of traditional West African harvest dances, lively and engaging Afro-Brazilian repertoire pieces and Dances of the Orixás and Pagode (traditional community building dances of Brazil.

Address: 660 Rote 25A
St. James, NY 11780
Phone: 631-862-6575
Website: stacarts.org

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